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February 6, 2021 Travel Deals No Comments

Originally hand built by convicts in 1844, Taylor’s Crown Inn is relaunching in May 2021 as the Berrima Vault House, a contemporary, historic 5-star hospitality venue, members club and boutique accomodation, in the heart of the Southern Highlands, NSW.

Positioned to feel like you belong, Berrima Vault House will be a creative space to enjoy the things in life that matter: a place to relax, have fun, and explore the countryside — or work remotely from a heritage-listed building in one of Australia’s best-preserved Georgian villages.

With an in-house concierge, members and guests can access a range of activities, services and social settings including boutique accommodation, change room facilities, club lounges, gardens, jail cells transformed into intimate private dining rooms, meeting spaces, cultural event programming and access to luxury brand partners.

A village-shop-of-the-future will retail limited edition and bespoke lifestyle items.


 Broken Hill Outback Resort … has launched a new deluxe package.

To cater for the boom in roadtrips and domestic tourism, Broken Hill Outback Resort has launched a new deluxe package for its luxury cabins which offer expansive decks, king beds, spa baths and showers overlooking the ochre dunes of the surrounding desert.

From April 1, 2021, rates for the resort’s 24 cabins will include a gourmet continental breakfast for two, fresh coffee and deluxe toiletries, with rates from $255 per cabin per night for panoramic shower king cabins, $275 a night for the popular king spa cabins and $295 a night for the family cabins accommodating four people.

To mark the release of the new deluxe packages, Out of the Ordinary Outback is offering a free dinner for two at Broken Hill Outback Resort for resort cabin bookings of three nights or more. A three-night cabin stay is available from $765 per cabin.

The deal also includes a gourmet continental breakfast for two each day and a welcome pack on arrival containing Australian savoury and sweet delights to enjoy in your cabin during your stay.

The offer is for cabin stays from April 1 to June 30, 2021, and is subject to availability.


Perth: stay and play.

There’s even more reason for West Aussies to stay and play in Perth, with a $200 discount being offered at up to 80 city hotels.

As part of Tourism WA’s ‘Stay, Play and Save’ mid-week promotion, locals can receive the discount when spending $400, on a minimum two-night stay, Sunday to Thursday.

Experience one of the city’s new hotel offerings, for instance.

Perth offers some of the best hotel and short-stay accommodation in Australia, following an abundance of new and refurbished properties that have opened in the CBD and surrounding urban and coastal areas.

All offer a range of in-house experiences, such as restaurants, events, high teas, rooftop bars and wellness centres.

Wild West Charters, Adventure Charter Group, Captain Cook Cruises and Crystal Swan Cruises’ cultural cruise, who all operate a range of tours taking in the best of the city, river, Swan Valley and surrounds.

Further afield, GoGo Active Tours’ offer a new Cliffs and Caves Kayak tour, which paddle along the riverbanks and cliff face of East Fremantle and Bicton Bay.

Book until February 19, with travel up until the end of April.


 Rumba Beach Resort: special escape deals.

Sunshine Coast boutique accommodation, Rumba Beach Resort is offering special escape deals for a post summer break.

Visitors are invited to stay 7 nights and only pay for 5, receiving two nights free and a bonus $50 resort voucher.

The post-summer deal comes as Rumba Beach Resort — which offers uninterrupted views over the sparkling Pumicestone Passage — unveiled its newly upgraded lagoon and jacuzzi spa pools, including a luxury poolside bar.

Less than an hour from Brisbane, Caloundra is the southern gateway to the Sunshine Coast and an aquatic playground for boating, fishing and surfing enthusiasts.


Captain Cook Cruises: a range of romantic dining cruises.

Captain Cook Cruises Sydney Harbour is opening its doors to everyone on Valentine’s weekend with a range of romantic dining cruises for couples and a selection of `Love Yourself’ celebrations for singles and groups.

It’s hard to imagine a more romantic dinner setting than Sydney Harbour at night. Add quality contemporary Australian à la carte dining, a wine selection that will impress, a boat that has hosted celebrities from around the world, and you have potent mix of passion and pleasure.

There are three dinner cruises available with a choice of three, four or six course menus, pick-ups at 5:00pm or 7:00pm and a comprehensive wine and cocktail list. Prices range from $79 to $249 per person.

All Valentine’s cruises depart from Darling Harbour, King St Wharf 1, with additional pick-ups from Circular Quay Wharf 6 for selected cruises. Captain Cook Cruises Sydney Harbour is a COVIDsafe vessel operator and restaurant. For further information and bookings call (02) 9206 1111 or visit


 Thredbo wellness retreats: run by Jane Corban.

Thredbo Resort’s first yoga & wellness retreat of the summer kicked off over the weekend with a sell-out attendance looking to recharge in the Snowy Mountains.

The unique three-day Yoga & Wellness Retreats are led by Jane Corben of the Jindabyne Yoga Shala, who is highly regarded in the yoga world and has more than 40 years of experience on the mat.

Throughout the wellness weekend guests are treated to mountain top sunrise yoga, bucket-list hikes to Mt Kosciuszko, cold water immersion therapy in pristine rock pools and meditation amongst the snow gums.

Thredbo hosts three Yoga & Wellness retreats throughout January to March for up to 12 people. The all-inclusive retreats include three nights’ accommodation, a scenic lift pass, activities and an all-inclusive meal plan prepared by Thredbo’s executive chef to ensure guests are fully nourished from the inside out.

The program also includes lunch at one of Australia’s highest restaurants, Eagle’s Nest.

The retreats cost $1199 per person for the all-inclusive package or $799 for an own accommodation option.

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