While organising wedding transport may not be as exciting as choosing the flower arrangement or booking a talented makeup artist, it is still extremely important that you get it right. The last thing you want is a bus mishap on the day that pushes back everything else. Therefore, wedding bus hire comes with a few dos and don’ts that we’re explaining today so you can keep them in mind for the big day. Continue reading
Have you and your partner recently become engaged? Are you feeling uncertain about finding a venue? First of all, congratulations! After the long battle to legalise same-sex marriage in Australia, you deserve to have your dream wedding. We believe a wedding should reflect the unique bond you have with your significant other, so in this blog, we’ve put together 7 unique wedding venues which you might not have considered.
Holidays are fast approaching: for school students, university students and even for those choosing to take mid-year annual leave. But in order to go on the luxurious getaways and weekends with friends, you often have to fulfill one tiny requirement: a driving license. But what if you can’t drive yet? You’re not alone. In fact, a study found that in Victoria the licensing rate for people under 25 is actually on the decline. And if you fall into this category, there’s every chance you’ll still want to make the most of your winter holidays. That’s why today, we’ve put together a list of fantastic things to see and do in Victoria that you won’t need a license for. Continue reading
Are you currently planning a wedding? One thing you might have heard a thousand times is that the biggest mistake when planning is going over the budget. While it’s true that it’s quite easy to go over the budget, it’s also possible to achieve the perfect wedding within a figure that is reasonable to you. Today, we’re delving into a step-by-step budgeting guide that will help you do just that. Continue reading
It can be easy to get caught up in the excitement and thrill of wedding planning. It’s all for good reason; for most people, it’s one of the biggest days of their lives. But bad planning can cause a number of devastating (and avoidable) things to happen. Whether it means you’re forking out money from your home loan savings or you realise on the day that there aren’t enough spots for guests, a lack of planning has the potential to ruin your special day. To help you out, we’ve listed a few avoidable mistakes during the planning process that you can keep an eye out for. Continue reading
Travelling for work might sound fun – until it’s all work, no play. It’s a huge shame to come to a new city as culturally rich as Melbourne and not have fun in your leisure time. That’s why today, we have put together a list of ways to transform your upcoming Melbourne business trip. Continue reading
Your wedding is one of the most special days of your life. It is a celebration of love, commitment and joy surrounded by those that you care most about. But to ensure such a momentous event runs smoothly, sufficient planning needs to take place. From your hair and makeup to the venue to transport, there’s some important things to create a seamless wedding day. In this week’s blog, we share five tips to ensure your big day goes as planned.
There’s definitely a good case for the benefits of independent travel, but there are so many other forms of travel that are often overlooked. Sometimes, organised tours are just what you need! Sure, there are poorly run tours out there, but there are some definite gems too. So kick back and relax; in this week’s article, we’ll be arguing in favour of company run tours.
The Rugby League World Cup is Rugby League’s top international competition and one of the longest running World Cup tournaments in world sport. This November, the Rugby League World Cup comes to Melbourne to play the quarter final at our iconic Melbourne Rectangular Stadium. To make the most of this spectacular day, we have prepared a guide which includes the history of the Rugby League World Cup, information about the day and advice on getting there.
Many people know the rugged sandstone mountain ranges in the northwest of Victoria as The Grampians, but to the local Djab Wurrung and Jardwadjali people, this is a sacred place known as Gariwerd. The descendants of these traditional peoples remain in the area to this day, carrying on the culture and stories of the land. In this week’s article, we’ll be exploring the significance of Gariwerd to the history and culture of the Djab Wurrung and Jardwadjali people.