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Arrivals & Departures: Hong Kong gets festive: Top events in 2018
The colourful Chinese New Year, Rugby Sevens and dragon dancing: this year there'll be a jam-packed calendar of events for anyone heading to, or passing through, Hong Kong.
Arrivals & Departures: WA's first surfing museum opens in the South West
World renowned for its surf breaks, the Margaret River region makes a fitting home for the State's first and only official collection of surfing memorabilia.
Arrivals & Departures: Quirky NT events: beer boats, a million-dollar barra, camel races and more
Where else can you catch a barramundi and win a million dollars, watch participants race a boat made completely of Emu Export cans and witness a camel race that started 47 years ago as a bet between two mates?
Travel Story: Inside Headingley, one of the UK's most unique sporting complexes
There's a treasure-trove of memories to be found at Yorkshire's Headingley, home to both Test cricket and rugby.
Travel Story: Cycling France: Following in the Tour's tracks
It's a dream holiday for keen cyclists: not only watching the action of the Tour de France in person, but also getting the chance to ride in the wheel ruts of the greats on the course.
Our World: The Avon Valley town that's full of surprises
There's heritage, hospitality and intriguing architecture — not to mention a few welcome surprises — a couple of hours east of Perth in Beverley.
Travel Story: What's on in Broome: Late season events guide
Need an excuse to head north in search of some sunshine? This busy calendar of arts, food, history and fun set against the Kimberley's red dirt and blue skies should do the trick.
Our World: Seven Canadian icons not to miss on your next trip
Whether you’ve visited often — or never — you probably know some of Canada’s symbols ... the official and the ordinary things associated with the country that Canadians themselves often call the Great White North. But do you know where to find them when you visit?
Travel Story: Party rolls on for Canada's 150th birthday
The 150th anniversary of Canada’s birth as a nation offers visitors plenty of opportunities to join the year-round party.
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