Travel – What’s It?

Whether you’re a frequent traveller or just looking to take a quick break, there’s no better way to recharge your batteries than with a holiday. Read more…

From weekend trips to lengthy overseas sojourns, there’s no excuse not to get away every once in a while to rejuvenate and experience a new part of the world. However, you don’t always need to travel to far-flung destinations to experience the holiday buzz and often the best holiday memories are made right here at home in Australia. Consider booking a domestic holiday to explore some of Australia’s most popular tourist attractions, including the sparkling ‘Apple Isle’ of Tasmania, the majestic red heart of Uluru / Ayers Rock or the glistening beaches of Broome.

When an overseas holiday becomes a must, there’s no point fighting the urge to get away and explore new horizons. Come in and see your friendly Flight Centre consultant when the travel bug bites, as an array of exciting new destinations await for your international holiday. Why not explore the ancient pyramids of Giza or the film-like streets of New York, or perhaps arrange that river cruise around Europe you’ve always been meaning to take? Whatever your destination, the world remains an open book when it comes to planning your overseas trip.

So why not come in and see a Flight Centre consultant today to start planning your ideal holiday? Our friendly experts can help with everything from tour itineraries to booking accommodation and are more than happy to talk you through your plans.

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The Tour Down Under, Jan 13-21. The biggest cycling race in the southern hemisphere.

The Australian Open, Jan 15-28: The world’s best tennis players compete in the year’s first Grand Slam.

Dubai Shopping Festival, until Jan 27: Five weeks of bargains, food and fashion.

many of them free, across the city.

Rio Carnival, Feb 9-14. Hit the party hard with samba, street parties, and parades. Sequins compulsory.

Tapati Rapa Nui, Feb 2-17. An Easter Island festival celebrating Polynesian pride with queens and volcano tobogganing.

Dubai Food Festival, 22 Feb-10 Mar. Devour the best from celeb chefs, enjoy a desert feast and taste Emirati cuisine.

Adelaide Fringe, Feb 16 – March 18: The largest open access arts festival in the southern hemisphere.

Las Fallas, 15-19 March: A Pagan-style sculpture burning is followed by an all-night dance party.

Holi Festival, March 2: Spring’s arrival is welcomed with bonfires, sweets and mass colour-bombing in the streets.

Coachella, April 13-22: America’s premier music festival takes place over two huge weekends.

Scoppio del Carro: April 1. Florence celebrates Easter Sunday with a spectacular wagon of fireworks.

Commonwealth Games, April 4-15: Some of the world’s greatest athletes will compete across 18 sports.

Songkran Water Festival, Apr 13-15: Things get wet and wild to welcome in Thai New Year

Rose Festival, May 1-31: Locals celebrate as a valley in the High Atlas mountains becomes awash with roses.

Vivid, May 25-Jun 16: Lights! Music! Art! The city and harbour sparkle every night of the festival.

White Nights of St. Petersburg, 26 May-23 Jul: A festival extravaganza that features Scarlet Sails, a fleet of tall ships, and a cracking fireworks show.

Cooper’s Hill Cheese Rolling, May 28: Hundreds gather to chase a 3kg circle of cheese down the hill

Cannes International Film Festival, May 8-19: The coastal city is transformed into a glitzy show of cinema.

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