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Adelaide only Australian City on New York Times List of Places to Go

Adelaide only Australian City on New York Times List of Places to Go

Never mind Sydney and forget the Great Barrier Reef — New York is telling the world to visit Adelaide this year. It is Australia’s only city to make The New York Times list of 52 places to go in 2015. The Big Apple’s prominent newspaper says Adelaide has “an energetic arts scene — anchored this […]

Video: Wine & Food Ad Puts Barossa on Map

South Australia’s multi-award winning “Barossa. Be Consumed” television ad has won the highest accolade at the Festival of Festivals in Vienna. Read more about things to see and do in South Australia and the Barossa Valley.

Hobart Gets Chalked in Celebration

Hobart Gets Chalked in Celebration

Tasmania’s capital, Hobart, has a famous neighborhood called Battery Point. The residents of this suburb were recently canvassed door-to-door to get a count of how may support Australian Marriage Equality: 72%c said they did and signed a marriage equality petition. To celebrate, Battery Point’s iconic Kelly’s Steps were rainbow chalked. Thanks for the photos, Andrew […]

Great Southern Photojourney in Western Australia

Great Southern Photojourney in Western Australia

Again and again, the south-west of Western Australia will surprise you…with new experiences, awesome adventures and diverse destinations. Located 450 kms south of Perth, The Great Southern Region is off the beaten track for most tourists, but you don’t want to miss it. Besides, there’s a smattering of gay owned and LGBT welcoming accommodation, restaurants […]

Sydney Opens Historic “Rum Hospital” Mint for a Day

Sydney Opens Historic “Rum Hospital” Mint for a Day

Sydney’s best loved buildings and spaces – from the city to the harbour – will be open on 2nd November 2014 for a day of urban exploration. One of the oldest surviving buildings has a colorful past worth investigating by your own two feet. What does 45,000 gallons of black rum get you? Well, this […]

Matthew Mitcham Dives into Adelaide Feast Festival

Matthew Mitcham Dives into Adelaide Feast Festival

Olympic diving champion Matthew Mitcham has been name ambassador for the 2014 Adelaide Feast Festival. He will be the official face of the Adelaide LGBITQ arts festival, which will be held 15-30 November. Mitcham, who is also a talented singer and musician, is bringing his solo cabaret show Twists and Turns to the festival. Will […]

Australia’s Leather Party & Fetish – A Week of Leather 2014 – Melbourne

Australia’s Leather Party & Fetish – A Week of Leather 2014 – Melbourne

Australia’s Fetish 2014 returns to the Laird Hotel in Melbourne 4-10 August. A Week of Leather is about providing an array of events which appeal to the leather and fetish enthusiast, as well as those interested in this lifestyle. Normally, when we think of the gay leather scene, we think of London, Berlin and San […]

Historic Game: Sydney Convicts

Historic Game: Sydney Convicts

Australia’s first gay rugby union team (the Sydney Convicts) will make history when they become the first gay rugby team in the world to play as part of a professional match. In fact, it’s only the second time in the world that a gay team has been invited to play a curtain raiser ahead of […]

Tropical Fruits – New Year’s Eve

Tropical Fruits – New Year’s Eve

If the glitz and glamour of Sydney are all just a bit too much for you on New Year’s Eve, look no further than the beautiful Northern Rivers region of New South Wales! This year, why not tempt your palette with some Tropical Fruits. Tropical Fruits, the long running local LGBTI community organisation, is hosting their own […]

Go See Write: Perth to Margaret River

Go See Write: Perth to Margaret River

Rainbow rovers write for Rainbow Tourism’s blog, GayTravel.in Situated where lush forest meets the headwinds coming off the ocean, Margaret River has ample attractions: famed surf breaks,  stunning swimming beaches, ancient forests, world-class wineries, caving, canoeing, fishing, and a thriving arts community.  Thus, it  is one of  WA’s most popular destinations. And just a scenic […]

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Rainbow Rambler on Travel Photography

Tip: When visiting a new land, listen to the locals, listen to your fellow tourists, put down your cameras and just be. Anyone who’s been to the Louvre in Paris or Borobudur Temple in Java will have seen that kind of tourist who walks around everywhere with their selfie-stick phone or camera in front of […]

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