AAT Kings Blog

A day in the life of a foodie in Melbourne

When travelling there appears to be an unspoken rule that one must indulge in the delicious cuisine that each destination serves up (I won’t be arguing with that). For Melbourne the list is endless, on my recent trip I was astounded by how this beautiful city is so besotted by its own love for food,...

Bridget Toogood, Digital Marketing Executive, AAT Kings Posted: 9 November 2015 Updated: 2 August 2016

Family Holiday in Uluru

When it comes to planning the perfect family holiday the options are endless. Do we go overseas or stay locally? Will it be suitable for my children? Is it safe and will they enjoy it? All these questions plus more are asked. My family was very fortunate to travel to Uluru and experience some of the...

Jody Grossfeldt, AAT Kings Regional Day Tours Manager Posted: 9 September 2015 Updated: 2 August 2016

A True Taste of Tasmania

When I think of Tasmania, what comes to mind is the crisp air, fresh and untainted by high rises and heaving populations. It hits you as soon as you step off the plane. Then it’s the feel of luxury and unpretentious opulence and the hidden gems, backstreets filled with quirky villages and stunning c...

Lauren Walker, Product Development Manager, AAT Kings Posted: 7 August 2015 Updated: 2 August 2016

A memorable trip to the Top End

June and July in Melbourne are cold! It was great to break away from the temperatures where going outside is no fun and experience a three day escape and adventure to the very Top End of Australia! Darwin, Litchfield National Park and Kakadu National Park was amazing, partially because the average t...

Darren James, Radio Presenter for Melbourne’s 3AW 693AM Posted: 22 July 2015 Updated: 2 August 2016

Experiencing the red beating heart of Australia, The Red Centre

by guest blogger Dan Mullins, radio presenter of ‘The Bush Telegraph’ on Alan Jones’ Breakfast Show on 2GB 873AM I was lucky enough this week to embark on the trip of a lifetime. I travelled to Uluru and the Red Centre thanks to our friends at AAT Kings. You can’t really do justice to the landscape ...

Dan Mullins, Guest Blogger Posted: 19 June 2015 Updated: 2 August 2016

New Zealand – North Island or South Island? Why not both!

There is no denying the magnificence of New Zealand’s South Island. The dramatic contrast of landscapes and spectrum of colours, rugged snow-capped mountains, stunning blue lakes and green rolling hills, not to mention the endless range of sporting and adventure activities at hand to further enhance...

Kate Reekie, Guest Blogger Posted: 29 April 2015 Updated: 2 August 2016
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