April was a big month, covering everything from 17-hour flights from Australia to the UK and where to get more bang for your Aussie buck, to cyclones, road trips and mystery tours, as well as some just plain beautiful places to go. Here are Flight Centre’s most-read blogs for the month of April.
With the help of Travel Money Oz, we take a look at the countries that offer considerably more bankg for the Australian buck. And it's not just the usual close-to-home suspects like Thailand, Bali and Fiji.
It’s here – Qantas’ new ‘Kangaroo Route’ flying non-stop from Perth to London is now available. The 17-hour flight, covering 14,498 kilometres, will be operated by the airline’s new Boeing 787-Dreamliner.
Window versus aisle seat is a highly personal choice – here are the key questions you need to ask to identify the right aircraft seat position for you.
New Zealand’s North Island was hit by a second cyclone in as many weeks last month, in what was the worst storm in almost 50 years.
It’s only legal once a year, but this coin toss gambling game has united Diggers over the decades. Here are some of the venues were you can play Two-up on Anzac Day.
Kari Gislason gives a personal account of a country that holds cherished childhood memories and never fails to take the breath away.
This year marks the 125th anniversary of the Sherlock Holmes stories, which makes it the perfect time to visit London. Here are some of Holmes’ favourite haunts, as well as attractions and establishments inspired by the enigmatic private detective.
Take a road trip around Tasmania’s stark, raw and somewhat super-real east coast, where mountains drop close to talcum white sands, and neon turquoise water is framed by lichen-covered boulders.
From the wildebeest migration in Africa to Koningsdag in Amsterdam, here’s a highlight reel of all the best events around the world in the month of April – so start planning for next year!
We sent Channel 7’s Sunrise team around the USA, thanks to the viewer vote and United Airlines. Here are some of the highlights of their mornings in Hawaii, California, Nevada, Texas and the Southern states.