OAKS HOTELS BLOG

Enjoy an insiders view on all of our favourite travel destinations in our Oaks Hotels Blog. 

  • Getting to Know Gladstone

    18 Jul 2016

    Recognised as the heart of the Southern Great Barrier Reef, the Gladstone region also stands on its own two feet as a leisure destination in its own right, famous for sailing, fishing and diving. With activities that take you from the sand and surf to coral cays and mountain tops all in a day’s travels, there’s something to appeal to everyone, from nature lovers, to turtle enthusiasts and adventurers. Read More

  • Coolangattas Top 3 Surf Breaks

    11 Jul 2016

    Coolangatta has a reputation for the longest wave and best surf breaks on the Australian East Coast. This relaxed beachside town located down the southern end of the famed Gold Coast in Queensland is a breeding ground for grommets and a beacon for some of the best in the business. If you enjoy catching a wave on your holidays, here’s our top 3 breaks. Read More

  • Wildlife watching in Glenelg

    04 Jul 2016

    Glenelg is a great place for families with an abundance of wildlife, kilometres of beaches and nearby islands to explore. With everything from sea eagle spotting tours to otter watching to daily sailing trips to swim with the wild dolphins or a trip to Kangaroo Island, the region is a haven for fauna. Read More

  • Romantic short breaks in Brisbane with Oaks Hotels & Resorts are on the rise

    03 Jul 2016

    Brisbane is the ideal spot for a romantic short break, whether you're a local or a visitor, take two or three days to discover just how many things there are to do in the city and start by choosing any one Oaks Hotels & Resorts premier hotels in the CBD, Fortitude Valley and Bowen Hills to unwind and relax and create some memories. Read More

  • Things We Love: Sydney Hot Spots

    28 Jun 2016

    With unspoiled beaches, a buzzing city hub, handful of iconic landmarks, and an exciting line up of year-round entertainment, it’s hard not to fall in love with the ultimate do-all destination: Sydney. Keep reading to discover our favourite hot spots in the illustrious ‘Harbour City’, covering food, fashion, nightlife, festivals and family-friendly fun. Read More

  • Art and Culture in Adelaide

    20 Jun 2016

    South Australia’s capital of Adelaide is known for many things – its cathedrals and churches, world-class wineries, colonial architecture, grassy parklands, fantastic food and an enviable laidback lifestyle. But it’s Adelaide’s thriving arts, culture and festival scene that is gaining momentum and putting the city on the map as a vibrant, cultural hub. Read More

  • Brisbane’s emerging laneway culture

    14 Jun 2016

    While Melbourne has long enjoyed a reputation as the trailblazer of Australia’s laneway culture, there’s no doubt about it – Queensland’s capital of Brisbane is giving its southern-state counterpart a run for its money when it comes to establishing a hip laneway culture all of its own. Read More

  • The Big 3 in Sydney

    08 Jun 2016

    We all know Australians are lovers of all things food, Masterchef has us enthralled and delighted with insatiable food envy, but the true foodies out there (you know who you are) have the cook books, you’ve downloaded the app, and you have somewhat successfully ‘recreated’ your favourite dishes. Read More

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