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What’s in The Road Ahead August/September 2015 edition?

What’s in The Road Ahead August/September 2015 edition?

In this edition, we unveil RACQ’s new entertainment portal, which gives members access to more travel and leisure experiences than ever. In other news, the opening of the Legacy Way tunnel in Brisbane’s west has highlighted the importance of driving safely underground, and we provide essential tips on how to do just that. Our Queensland Interview with Lorna Jane Clarkson reveals the creative genius behind the popular activewear brand is happiest when inspiring others to ...

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Motorsport set to ignite Mount Coot-tha

Almost a century after one of Queensland’s earliest motorsport events was held at Brisbane’s Mount Coot-tha, a one-day street sprint is expected to attract thousands of spectators. The Cootha Classic ...

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Enjoy the beaches of Sri Lanka
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Enjoy the beaches of Sri Lanka

Asia has countless spectacular beaches, but you often have to compete with crowds of tourists for a square of sand. For a low-key but equally as beautiful experience, Sri Lanka is the perfect place for a beach getaway. Some of Sri Lanka’s best beaches are located to the south of ... More

Experience the thrills of Queenstown
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Experience the thrills of Queenstown

When you’re looking at a map of New Zealand’s South Island, it’s easy to spot Lake Wakatipu because it’s the shape of a lightning bolt. Because of its unique shape, the lake has a tide that rises and falls every five minutes or so, which Maori legends attribute to being ... More

Discover the beauty of Banff, Canada
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Discover the beauty of Banff, Canada

Canada certainly isn’t short of natural beauty, but one of its particular jewels is Banff National Park, located in Alberta province. The oldest national park in Canada, this area of the Rocky Mountains is a skier’s paradise in winter and a mecca for hikers and nature lovers the rest of the year. ... More

Get lost in Bordeaux, France
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Get lost in Bordeaux, France

You might instantly think of wine when you hear the name of the French city of Bordeaux. And while that’s certainly a drawcard for visiting the region, there are many other ways to spend your time. The cosmopolitan city’s old town was recently named a UNESCO World Heritage site and ... More

Minnie brings splash of colour to market
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Minnie brings splash of colour to market

Australian and New Zealand RV enthusiasts now have the chance to find out just which colour goes best, with the US-built Minnie™ Winnebago caravans available since late last year. Already a huge hit in the USA due to their adventurous styling and bright colours, the Minnies are designed and manufactured ... More

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Fitness fabrics explained

Fitness fabrics explained

When next shopping for workout gear, first consider the type of exercise you’ll be doing, how you will need to move, and whether or not you will be sweating. Here is a basic guide to some of the most commonly used fitness fabrics: Cotton: A classic cotton t-shirt may be the easiest thing to throw on before heading to the gym, but it is not necessarily the best. While cotton is comfortable and breathable, it also ...

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