“We travel not to escape life. But for life not to escape us” This has always been one

Stay at a Family Paradise with Wyndham!

Located in the vibrant heart of the Gold Coast, Wyndham Hotel Surfers Paradise was thrilled to be mentioned


We are so excited that the Knowledge Hub has turned one this month! For a full year now

Singapore: Asia’s City In a Garden

By Annie Lyon With its modern cityscape that features new-age architectural megastructures and countless skyscrapers, Singapore isn’t the first place that comes to mind when planning a back-to-nature style holiday. But this forward-thinking country is sometimes referred to as ‘a city in a garden’ – and for good reason! Packed into Singapore’s compact 718.3 square

My Eat Pray Love in Thailand

Sunsets, balmy nights, hot weather, cocktails on the beach, endless shopping, delicious food, plenty of activities, moments of

On the Tail of the East Coast Whales

By Chris Logan Whales are a treasured part of the South Pacific’s offering to tourists. Millions of visitors

How to Plan a Road Trip

Planning a road trip to your WorldMark South Pacific Club Resorts can be such an amazing adventure! Whether

Take Advantage of the Cooler Months

  Is the cooler weather making you want to give your snooze button a rest and soak in the sun? OR Are you getting the urge to dust off your beanie and rug up in your woolies? Whatever you’re more prone to do in the cooler months, these resorts will get you out amongst Mother


For those of you that love taking holidays but feel a little guilty (or very guilty) leaving your

What Does the Future Look Like for Hotels?

By Chris Logan Accommodation and travel evolve with changes to our way of life. Visit any metropolis and

Rebuilding after Cyclone Winston – Update on Fiji

We’re so glad that Wyndham Resort Denarau Island escaped TC Winston with only minor damage! The Resort team wanted to extend a massive Vinaka to all our guests who pitched in to get the Resort back up and running. Scott Walton (Resort Manager) says “We can’t thank our guests enough, for without their help we wouldn’t

Painting the town

I have a confession to make. I have spent a lot of time on the streets lately, lanes and back alleys in particular, and  unexpectedly I have fallen victim to a new addiction and it’s slowly turning into an artistic obsession. The visual art created and expressed in public locations, more commonly known as street