OAKS HOTELS BLOG

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

  • Brisbane's Most Insta-worthy Locations

    17 Feb 2017

    Not quite sure where to go or how to begin creating the ultimate Instagram photo collection during your travels in Brisbane? Here are our picks of Instagram-worthy locations for you to capture on your next visit to this vibrant city. Read More

  • Brisbane’s Doorstop Dining Guide

    14 Feb 2017

    Armed with a few helpful suggestions from our local insiders, you’ll find the perfect cup of coffee (or cocktail) in literally minutes. Read More

  • Two World Heritage listed natural wonders from one idyllic vantage point

    16 Jan 2017

    The coastal town of Port Douglas boasts what is arguably an unbeatable ‘two for one’ offer for travellers. It is the only place in the world where two World Heritage listed sites are situated adjacent to each other. Read More

  • Butcher, Baker and Winemaker – Barossa Valley

    03 Aug 2016

    Comprising of two valleys, one being the Barossa and the other Eden Valley, this region is famous throughout the world for producing wines from such notable labels as Penfolds, Henschke, Wolf Blass and Peter Lehmann to name but a few. With a distinctively Mediterranean heritage, largely left over from the early European settlers, and a climate that mirrors the famous Med’s own, The Barossa has developed a distinctive regional cuisine that is buoyed by the famous vines but also the fresh local produce that sprouts so readily in this rich fertile landscape. 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

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