Travelradio Australia edition #160 has the following line-up:
Geoff Harrison chats with Mildura local councillor Sharyn Peart about Victoria’s most northern city and its surrounding region.
Ren Zwiers interviews Julie-Anne Briscoe from the Sealink Travel Group which provides passenger ferry services and other tourist services in South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland.
John Crook reviews Mudhouse wines from New Zealand.
Ren Zwiers chats with Liz Tuckett from Sunshine Coast Destination Ltd.
Geoff Harrison visits Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland (Australia).
David Gordon from Travelbites Radio discovers Belle Isle, Fermanagh in Northern Ireland.
John Crook provides details on flights from Australia to South Korea. www.koreanair.com.au
Host Ren Zwiers and president/Ceo of Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau, Phillip Jones list the highlights of Dallas, Texas which is growing in popularity as a destination for Australian tourists, thanks to new direct QANTAS flights from Sydney. www.visitdallas.com
John Crook’s Australian wine review highlights some Mudgee Gold. Geoff Harrison visits Brazil’s largest city, Rio de Janeiro. Host Ren Zwiers chats with Lady Elliot Island’s marketing manager, Vicki Mullens. Frances Beasley reports on her recent DEB bus trip from Munich to Prague. Geoff Harrison interviews Jo Burke from the Wimmera (Victoria) Development Association.
John Crook discovers a great pastry shop in Castlemaine, Victoria. Ren Zwiers has details of the new website for Fiji Tourism www.fiji.travel. Geoff Harrison presents a word picture of Rome, Italy. Frances Beasley uncovers the history of Steinway pianos in Munich, Germany. David Gordon from Travelbites Radio visits W5, ‘Th...
John Crook reviews Sassy Wines from Orange NSW. Geoff Harrison reveals the delights of the Spanish ‘party island’ - Ibiza. Myth or reality: David Gordon from Travelbites Radio investigates the legend of the Loch Ness monster. Frances Beasley loves cheese, and one of her favourites is Camembert, from her sometimes home country, France. Geoff Harrison finds...
John Crook sends an audio postcard from the Barossa Valley (South Australia).
Frances Beasley travels the European highways and byways.
Geoff Harrison visits the Big Banana in Coffs Harbour and the Macademia Castle at Knockrow (near Ballina) in the Northern Rivers coastal region of New South Wales.
David Gordon from Travelbites Radio calls into Northern Ireland&r...
John Crook has details of the forthcoming Orange Food Week, to be celebrated in that wine producing region of NSW from April 12-21, 2013.
Geoff Harrison travels on the renowned Blutrain in Sweden.
Our resident European-based ‘foodie’, Frances Beasley visits Castera Verduzan in the south of France.
David Gordon from Travelbites Radio chats with Irish travel journalist Tom Sweeney about the beautiful Danish capital of Copenhagen.
This edition visits New Zealand, Germany and Ireland, alongside Australian destinations in New South Wales and Tasmania.
Ren Zwiers has news of the long-awaited re-opening in May 2013 of the earthquake ravaged Rendezvous Hotel, in the centre of Christchurch.
John Crook discovers an unknown gem on the Tasmanian south east coast called Roaring Beach, where he interviews a local expert on the location, Jack Pugh.
Frances Beasley travels the northern Romantic Road in Germany.
Ren Zwiers has details of Savour Tasmania events being staged on ‘the Apple Isle’ in May and early June.
John Crook takes listeners on a tour of the Flinders Ranges, South Australia.
Frances Beasley visits a ‘little bit of France’ in Munich, Germany called Le Stolberg.
David Gordon takes a tour of Belfast City Hall, Northern Ireland.
Geoff Harrison learns how to surf at Surfaris Surf Camp near Kempsey, New South Wales.