Globus family of brands’ Head of Marketing Australasia, Chris Fundell, recently embarked on an adventure through Tassie, which was a real winter treat. Here he recounts his time on his Globus tour. As a first-time traveller to Tasmania, I was insightfully informed before my travels of the beauty, tastes and laidback nature from many who have been […]
Highlights of my Outback adventure.
The Northern Territory is a wondrous and vast place. The size of France, Spain & Italy combined, it’s full of contrasts that will draw you in with its magnetic beauty, abundant flora and fauna and rich cultural heritage. I was fortunate enough to experience Cosmos’ Top End & Central Australia tour which delivered highlight after highlight as […]
Wine regions in Australia.
Stretching far across the vast country, Australia has many hotspots where vines grow in abundance to produce a spectacular number of wine varietals. Sip on a crisp Chardonnay or relax with a scintillating Shiraz – whatever your preference, an Australian vineyard will be sure to deliver. Whether you’re after a long lunch in the sunshine, or a […]
5 Reasons To Visit Uluru.
We think it is truly magical to have such a magnificent, unique piece of Mother Nature that is so special to the Indigenous people of Australia – Uluru. The single word alone is so powerful, lending itself to the massive sandstone found in the Australian Outback in Northern Territory. Given that it is such a formidable part of Aboriginal culture, […]
5 Reasons to visit Airlie Beach.
Known as the gateway to the unparalleled Whitsundays and the vibrant hub of Great Barrier Reef, Airlie Beach provides an essential stop on any tropical Queensland holiday. Sitting pretty on an undulating stretch of pristine coastline, this relaxed resort town is populated with a myriad of waterfront eateries, cool boutiques, and epic […]
ANZAC Day biscuits recipe & their history
Christmas has roast turkey; Hanukkah has latkes; Chinese New Year has longevity noodles…and ANZAC Day has ANZAC biscuits, with the classic, oat biscuit baked in droves come April 25. While well and truly woven into national cookbooks, the history behind the biscuit can be a little convoluted. For many years, it was widely believed that women back home in Australia and New […]