by clicking the arrows at the side of the page, or by using the toolbar.
by clicking anywhere on the page.
by dragging the page around when zoomed in.
by clicking anywhere on the page when zoomed in.
web sites or send emails by clicking on hyperlinks.
Email this page to a friend
Search this issue
Index - jump to page or section
Archive - view past issues
Active Retirees : Active Retirees April-May 2012
Active RetireesTM | 13 Blue Mountains institution Lilianfels and adjacent smaller property Echoes have been rebranded, joining Starwood’s Luxury Collection Hotels and Resorts. Katoomba’s Lilianfels, renowned for its spectacular location overlooking the Three Sisters and for its two-hatted restaurant Darley’s, was last year honoured as Australia’s top resort in the World Travel Awards after changing hands - along with Echoes and the nearby Hydro Majestic - in 2010. Travel guide What: Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort and Spa Where: Katoomba W: www.lilianfels.com.au E: email@example.com T: (02) 4780 1200 A Rock to Remember: A Memoir from Early Tourism to Uluru By Edna Bradley In 1956, an advertisement in the local newspaper promoting a woman’s tour to Australia’s ‘Red Centre’ caught Edna Bradley’s eye. Her decision to join the tour led her to become part of the infancy of tourism to Uluru. A Rock to Remember is Edna’s story of how Uluru has grown from a remote site in Central Australia to the must-see World Heritage destination it is today. While it’s intriguing to read about her experiences working at a remote tourist camp, the real story lies in how her love for the ‘The Rock’ developed over the following 50 years. WIN! To be in the running to win one of nine copies of A Rock to Remember, email or post your answer to the question below, along with your name, address and telephone number. Question: Edna saw the ‘Red Centre’ advertised in what year? Email: activeretirees@ mahlabmedia.com.au Post: Book competition Active Retirees 369a Darling St Balmain NSW 2041 Review: tourism memoir Blue Mountains icon relaunched
Active Retirees Feb-March 2012
Active Retirees June-July 2012