Expedia.com.au reveals that honeymoons have become an all important part of wedding planning for Aussie newleyweds who are eager to see the world with their new other half
Sydney, April 2013 –Australian’s love any opportunity to travel, and what better occasion to take the trip of a lifetime, than to celebrate a honeymoon. Traditionally the honeymoon has played the role of ‘bridesmaid’ to the all important wedding, however according to Expedia.com.authe honeymoon is fast becoming one of the top three considerations for soon-to-be brides and grooms.
Expedia.com.au uncovers five lesser-known cities travellers shouldn’t miss
Sydney, 17th April 2013 –With winter fast approaching, travel planning is high on the agenda as Aussies try to escape the chill. As the Northern Hemisphere dips into Summer Europe remains a popular destination for those looking to combine adventure and history with gorgeous weather and breathtaking sights. In fact, according to bookings made on Expedia.com.au, 65% of all Europe-bound travel took place between May to September* last year.
Expedia.com.au releases its annual Foreign Exchange Index listing the top five emerging destinations for Australian travellers based on purchase power
Sydney, 6th February 2013 –With the Australian dollar currently strong against several of the world’s major currencies, Aussies are spoilt for choice as to where their next holiday should be. While the US and Europe are considered the ‘go-to’ destinations by many, the 2013 Expedia NAB Foreign Exchange Index released today, provides some food for thought, listing Japan at the top of the five emerging destinations which have seen the largest appreciation of the Australian dollar in the last year. Read more
Career obsessed Aussies throw in the towel on vacations
Expedia global study reveals Australians are more holiday deprived than ever
Australia ranked third in countries not using full leave entitlements
Despite having the reputation for being a laidback nation, new research has revealed that Australians are working themselves to the bone, with a quarter of all holiday leave not being used and an increasing number choosing to postpone booked trips to accommodate work. Read more