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Winter Escapes Ski & Winter Holidays

Red Onion ski chalet in Falls Creek.

Australia

Ten out of 10

Katrina Lobley Renting a ski chalet for 10 people is daunting. When collectively spending so much on accommodation, travel, lift passes, equipment hire, food and the obligatory red wine, you want everything to be...

Chilly out, party on

shd travel august 25 queenstown bars text by Andrew Taylor
SUPPLIED Gizelle Regan (Gizeller@queenstownnz.co.nz) Media Manager Destination Queenstown
Heidis Hut Heidi's Hut

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Andrew Taylor A big day on the slopes can become thirsty work, but finding a spot to relax afterwards is not a problem in Queenstown, writes Andrew Taylor.

Australia

It's no skis, please

Vodka bar with 70 vodkas, Astra bar at Astra Lodge, Falls Creek. Photograph supplied. SHD TRAVEL JULY 8 APRES SKI

Rachael Oakes Ashe explains how to have a snow holiday without skiing.

New Zealand

Kiwi chalet, Euro vision

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Rachael Oakes-Ash discovers a resort in the land of the long white cloud that's an oddball tribute to the Euro chalet.

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Pack your bags, Queensland campaign combats the Ita effect

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