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Surf Noosa National ParkWhat's new in Noosa 2018
- Noosa was recently endorsed as the 10th World Surfing Reserve, chosen for its beautiful point breaks and visionary coastal conservation. This ensures visitors have access to crystal clear surfing waves for years to come. Learn to surf in one of the most pristine places on the planet with Go Ride A Wave

- Launching next month, Habitat Noosa is uniquely located in the Cooloola National Park (25mins drive from Noosa) on 65 acres of land, surrounded by bushland, lake frontage and kangaroos! Everything has been thought of from glamping and cabin style accommodation, boat cruises on the pristine Noosa Everglades, to a micro-brewery, outdoor cinema screen and restaurant.

- For birdwatching and bushwalking enthusiasts, Tropical Treks are the specialists in personalised guided nature walks. The Noosa hinterland is home to over 40% of Australia's birdlife as well as rare and endangered flora and fauna.

- August will see the return of the Mary Valley Rattler – restored heritage steam trains offering tours to scenic hinterland towns. Also onsite is a brand-new museum and café that supports local food produces.

tangaloomaThe highlight of any visit to Tangalooma is undoubtabll the opportunity to hand feed one of the wild bottlenose dolphins that visit the shores each evening at sunset. There is a large family of these playful dolphins that visit regularly, each with their own distinctive and unique personalities.
Tangalooma's wild dolphin feeding program operates each evening at sunset. The Dolphin Care Team, consisting of Eco Rangers and dedicated staff, run the program which operates to strict guidelines to ensure the protection of the dolphins.
The dolphins come into feed, usually arriving just after sunset, and of their own accord. We never call the dolphins in. It is quite normal for any one of them to be absent from the feed on consecutive nights and this is not something to be worried about – they are probably having too much fun in the Bay!
To ensure the dolphins maintain their natural instincts and independence, Tangalooma only feed each of the dolphins between 10 to 20 percent of their daily food requirement. This ensures they also hunt for themselves and can survive on their own. Herring are fed to the dolphins as they are a species that is commonly found in the Bay.
Tangalooma operates launch transfer services from Holt Street Wharf, Pinkenba in Brisbane. Passengers travel in comfort across Moreton Bay aboard one of three high speed catamarans – the Tangalooma Jet, Flyer, and Express. To reduce emissions, the fleet runs on the highest grade and only DERM-approved marine bio-fuel.
Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Feeding Experience is included in selected accommodation and day cruise packages from Brisbane.

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06It is said that to tell stories is what makes us human, and we are in part defined by the narratives we create. Story is the language of memory. It nurtures our artistic impulses and entices us to dream. Since 2007, The Library has provided a space for guests to flourish – a blank “page” where one  can  be  inspired  to  write  his  or  her  own  story. 

ate 2Deborah attended the Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE)  event this month in Adelaide on behalf of SLC’s client Tourism Western Australia.

18 UK tour operators attended this year’s events, the South Australia Tourism Commission how cased the region running pre and post tours which included SLC clients Rawnsley Park Station, Barossa Shiraz Estate and Kangaroo Island Wilderness Tours

noosa foodJoin some of Australia's best chefs, winemakers and foodies for four days of great food experiences in Noosa! With more than 50 fantastic events showcasing some of Australia's best chefs in beautiful locations throughout Noosa from 17-20 May 2018.

Events will take place at the new Festival Village, the Beach Tipis on Noosa Main Beach, along Hastings Street for the Audi Long Lunch, in signature restaurants and throughout the Noosa hinterland with produce and brewery trails.

downloadJoin our celebration! 2018 marks 50 years of tourism for Rawnsley Park Station!

Rawnsley Park Station welcomed its first paying guests in May 1968, with the then owners Clem and Alison offering basic accommodation in one cabin and running sheep shearing demonstrations to generate extra income on the then struggling sheep station.

Fifty years later, Rawnsley Park Station is a world-class tourism venture that is a key player in South Australia’s tourism industry. Under the stewardship of Clem and Alison’s eldest son, Tony, and his wife, Julie, Rawnsley Park Station has won multiple tourism awards, and their luxury eco-villas have been lauded as one of the best regional tourism developments in the State.

crown-9146With Qantas having just launched the first ever direct commercial flight from London to Perth, it's the perfect time to get your clients out to Western Australia!

The Crown Hotels in Perth offer the perfect arrival or departure base with close proximity to the airport and are also an ideal choice for a city break in Perth, offering floor-to-ceiling windows with fantastic views of the city and wonderful outdoor, resort-style pools.

Didn't manage to get a window seat on the direct flight?!

Shama Lakeview Asoke is set in the heart of the Central Business District and offers a calming retreat iSAB Opening Dayn one of the capital’s most prestigious neighbourhoods. Within a 10-minute walk to the to Asoke BTS Station and Sukhumvit MRT Station, our prime location gives you easy access to Terminal 21 Shopping Mall, Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre, international schools, embassies, banks and the trendy EM District.

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