OAKS HOTELS BLOG

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

  • Robin Esrock’s Top 3 Hunter Valley Bucket List

    17 Apr 2018

    Robin Esrock, writer of The Great Australian Bucket List shares his Hunter Valley Bucket List Read More

  • Top Day Trips from Adelaide

    12 Dec 2017

    From the seaside town of Glenelg to tasting your way through the Barossa Valley, there are so many day trips that are only a stone's throw away from Adelaide. Read More

  • Hunter Valley with Kids

    26 Oct 2017

    The Hunter Valley is well regarded as one of Australia’s favourite gastronomic escapes of epic adult proportions - but did you know your littlies will think it’s pretty fancy too? Read More

  • The Hunter Valley's Finest

    06 Oct 2017

    If you thought the Hunter Valley was all about sipping wine and sampling cheese, think again! Oaks Cypress Lakes Resorts has made it easy and created a holiday itinerary for you! Read More

  • Unforgettable experiences in the Hunter Valley

    12 May 2017

    Travelling in the 21st century is more to do with unforgettable experiences and less to do with ‘seeing the sights’ so bypass the typical tourist haunts of the Hunter Valley and dive right into the action with these four fun-filled experiences ideal for all ages! Read More

  • Thrill Seeking in the Hunter Valley

    30 Sep 2016

    Forget the cheese and wine get your adrenaline pumping in the Hunter Valley instead. We have curated a list of the most awesome adventure experiences in the region. Read More

  • World Class Wine in the Gibbston Valley

    21 Aug 2016

    Less than half an hour from Oaks Shores and Oaks Club Resort, in Queenstown is a wine region which is amongst the finest in the world. With over 75 wineries, and popularly known for its Pinot Noir, the only way to explore the Gibbston Valley is via a tour because there is no way you will be driving home! 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

Tags