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Flying Arts Alliance Presents: Fibres and Vessels by Clare Jacque Vasquez This June

Flying Arts Alliance is set to host Fibres and Vessels, a solo exhibition by emerging Indigenous artist Clare Jacque Vasquez. The exhibition will be on display from 3 to 17 June at the Judith Wright Centre. Vasquez's upbringing, split between...

Dohtonbori in Melbourne’s CBD

Last week, on what could have almost been considered a spur-of-the-moment whim, I opted to travel down to Melbourne for a couple of nights -- to see Groundhog Day the Musical before it left Australia, check out the Melbourne...

Royal Caribbean and The Wiggles Partner Up For Wiggly Sailings in Summer 2025-2026

As a child of the early-90s, I remember my first ever concert being at the local town hall where we got to meet the original quartet, Greg, Murray, Anthony and Jeff, and listen to their popular hits at the...

Royal Caribbean’s Icon of the Seas Arrives in Florida Ahead of Debut Sailing

Starting off 2024 with the inaugural sailing of their biggest class of ship yet, Royal Caribbean International's Icon of the Seas has made its inaugural arrival in Miami, Florida. The arrival of Icon of the Seas in Miami was...

Metaverse of Magic

You know the drill when attending a theatrical performance - you attend a show, you'd better switch off your mobile phone. Metaverse of Magic is that rare exception, where you spend your time pre-show setting up a local wireless LAN connection...

The Sydney Opera House Tour

When you suddenly find yourself on a cruise ship, not going to Cairns as initially planned, but instead heading down to Sydney for an overnight tender during one of its heat waves, it doesn't leave much time to decide what...

Quantum of the Seas

After a long hiatus from cruising due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the excitement of booking an extended holiday earlier this year was unparalleled. The countdown on Royal Caribbean's website, once showing over 300 days, seemed to fly by, bringing...
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