Australia’s coastline measures in at more than 22,000 mils and that’s before  you take into consideration the 14,000-plus miles that circumnavigate its islands. In short, we are talking an awful lot of sand, sea and surf, not to mention many a beach featuring in the world’s top 100. It is this coastline that draws the majority of visitors, but Australia is not a place for lying on a lounger. Aussies have an innate get-up-and-go attitude, and once it is here, it becomes contagious. This is the great outdoors – an authentic adventure, Aussie-style.

5 Unmissable Eco Hotels and Resorts

20th July 2018
by Grace Wright

Within the world of luxury hotels, it has become a trend to place a greater emphasis on sustainability. Many of the world’s leading hotels in various destinations have enforced strategies in order to educate, reduce waste and become more self-sufficient. Along with hotels, guests are also recognising the importance of seeking accommodation that supports giving […]

Unique and Unusual Honeymoon Destinations You Haven’t Considered

18th July 2018
by Laura Taylor

We have a tough job at Turquoise Holidays deciding on which parts of our beautiful planet to explore and then recommend to our family of jet setters. Each and every one of our holidaymakers are looking for something different. For our honeymooners, we wanted to think about destinations which you might have never considered before. […]

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