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Royalty in the Red Heart

Last week one of our wonderful partners Voyages Indigenous Tourism received a special two day visit from The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Not only were the lovable duo immersed in the traditional Anangu culture found in the heart of Australia, but they also took a relaxing stroll to Uluru's infamous sunset viewpoint before retiring to 'glamp' underneath the stars.

And we can’t (even if we tried), forget about baby Prince George. Although he didn't make the trip to Uluru, he was given a hand-carved Australian wooden animal from the area.

Thirty years ago the NT was the site of Prince WIlliam's first encounter with Australia, and we completely agree that it's a place worthy of a repeat royal visit.

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Treat your taste buds

Can Melbourne be any more culinary savvy than it already is?

We say yes!

Wrap your head around Rue & Co, Melbourne’s latest street dining destination located at the Paris end of Collins St.

Part of the QIC Global Real Estate initiative at 80 Collins St, Rue & Co has pulled together three culinary maestros that are set to take container dining to the next level.

Foodies can rejoice, and experience a taste of Greece with George Calombaris’ souvas from Jimmy Grants, a fuse of Japanese and Korean BBQ with the debut of Kong (brainchild of Chin Chin), and fuel their coffee addiction with Melbourne’s finest coffee expert Salvatore Malatesta from St Ali.

Not to forget the giant mural created by renowned Australian street artist RONE and digital light installations from new media artist, Joel Zika.

Doors open 2 May, be in the know with Facebook and Instagram.

Saffire on a winning streak

While we are always proud of luxe Tasmanian property Saffire Freycinet, we are beaming brighter than ever with the news that it has been named the top accommodation in the country in Australian Traveller Magazine’s ‘100 Greatest Holidays of All Time.’

As if that wasn’t enough, this month also saw the luxury Tasmanian sanctuary win best Australian boutique property at the Luxury Travel Magazine’s Gold List Awards.

We already know what the fuss is all about, but if you don't, we urge you to start planning your next Tassie escape now! 

Mudgee brings its best to Sydney

Food, wine and art, you say?

Count us in!

Pyrmont Festival returns to Pyrmont next month (16-25 May) with more than 50 restaurants, wine bars, hotels, winemakers and artists.

Guests will be able to enjoy Mudgee wine and dinner tastings, photographic exhibitions and art displays, all without having to leave the city.

If your ears prick up at anything ‘food and wine' related (like ours do) have a look at our Facebook event page.

Klick goes kountry

Earlier this month the Klick team hit the road and headed to the glorious Southern Highlands for 24 hours.

The appropriately hash-tagged #KlickKountry adventure was a chance for us to get together over a yummy lunch, plenty of wine and a working fireplace, to team-build, brainstorm and simply enjoy the fresh country air.

We enjoyed a delightful Sunday lunch at Biota Dining Rooms before sampling the goods at Centennial Vineyards before retiring to our abode to enjoy a homemade paella, more wine and toast marshmallows.

The next morning it was down to business - mapping out our team and individual goals for the next 12 months, while sharing some recent team wins and celebrating a few Klickaversaries.

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