Five highlights in your travel weekApril 7

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The Langham … offering ‘Easter Escape’ packages in Melbourne.Until Sunday 30 April, guests can hop along to The Langham, for the exclusive Melbourne hotel’s ‘Easter Escape’ package.

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The offer includes a extras such as buffet breakfast for two, a chocolate Easter surprise, complimentary valet parking and unlimited use of the hotel’s pool, pool deck, spa, sauna, steam rooms and gymnasium.

Bookings that include children also include a chocolate treat on each day of the stay, a Sing (the musical) drinking cup, a complimentary in-room viewing of Sing, and one Mini-Melba diner aged nine years and under dines for free at lunch per paying adult at Melba restaurant (with the exception of Easter Sunday).

The Easter Escape package is available from $355 per room per night.

Phone 1800 858 663 广州桑拿论坛langhamhotels广州桑拿 Peppers Craigieburn … could be home for a NSW Southern Highlands golfing getaway.

Peppers is offering a ‘Stay and Play’ golfing getaway in the NSW Southern Highlands.

Stay at Peppers Craigieburn from $245 per night in an Elms Wing Room or at Peppers Manor House from $269 per night in a Highland Queen Room, including breakfast for two.

Guests will receive a golf pass which contains six nine-hole vouchers to redeem at the eight participating local courses from Sunday to Friday.

Phone 1300 987 600广州桑拿论坛peppers广州桑拿广州桑拿论坛 Kangaroo Island … one of nature’s extraordinary paradises.

SeaLink has launched a range of one-to-five-night Kangaroo Island ‘Wilderness Trail’ on a 61-kilometre walking trail across one of the most rugged, remote and spectacular coastlines in Australia.

All packages include ferry travel, accommodation and coach transfers. Trails can be walked independently or with a guide in a small group.

The six-day package, for instance, is priced from $465 per adult twin-share and incorporates the full 61 kilometres of new and upgraded trails over five days, with highlights including Flinders Chase National Park, Kelly Hill Conservation Park and the Cape Bouguer Wilderness Protection Area.

广州桑拿论坛sealink广州桑拿广州桑拿论坛 Tali Wiru … includes an evening of fine dining on a remote sand dune in Central Australia.

Voyages Ayers Rock Resort’s exclusive evening event in the desert, Tali Wiru (meaning ‘beautiful dune’ in local Pitjantjatjara) includes an evening of fine dining on a remote sand dune overlooking Uluru and the distant domes of Kata Tjuta, with this season’s menu celebrating the ancient flavours of Indigenous Australia.

Guests enjoy champagne and canapes at sunset, accompanied by the sounds of a didgeridoo, followed by a four-course table d’hote menu with matched premium Australian wines.

A storyteller shares tales of Indigenous culture and the southern night sky and the evening ends with a port, cognac or native wattleseed-infused hot chocolate around the campfire.

Tali Wiru runs daily until October 15 and is priced at $345 per person, which is fully inclusive of return hotel transport, full menu, matched wines and entertainment.

Phone 1300 134 044广州桑拿论坛ayersrockresort广州桑拿广州桑拿论坛. The Barossa Valley … one of Australia’s most famous wine regions. Image courtesy of Barsossa & Beyond

Cruise Express has blended four of Australia’s major wine regions into a new cruise tour next March, spanning the continent from east to west.

The hosted, 10-night ‘Voyage to the Vineyards – East to West’ expedition from Melbourne to Perth includes visits to Victoria’s Goulburn Valley, South Australia’s Barossa Valley and also the Margaret River and Swan Valley wine regions in Western Australia.

A day trip on the heritage train, The Spirit of Progress, and wine-paired lunches are also featured in the itinerary aboard the Golden Princess.

Bookings made by April 30 will receive a bonus upgrade from a premium balcony cabin to a mini-suite.

Prices start at $3990 per person twin-share, including two nights accommodation in Melbourne and one in Perth.

Phone 1300 764 509广州桑拿论坛cruiseexpress广州桑拿广州桑拿论坛

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