Photography Tips for Travellers
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Everyone wants to go home with some beautiful shots from overseas. With so many people sharing their holiday snaps on social media sites, there is a lot of pressure to … Read More

What is Subrogation and How Does It Affect You?
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If you’ve ever read a Product Disclosure Statement, you might have seen a clause relating to Subrogation. It’s a little understood insurance concept and you’d be forgiven for glossing over … Read More

Are Your Medical Costs Covered At Home?
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No one wants to be injured overseas.  It’s not exactly what you were hoping for when making holiday plans. Unfortunately, it does happen and many travellers find themselves banged up … Read More

Bungy Jumping – Tips & Tricks For a Safe Jump
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For some, bungy jumping is an extreme sport that’s not worth the risk. What if you break your back? Does it cause brain damage? What if the cord snaps? However, … Read More

What is the Code of Practice?
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Did you know that most insurance companies subscribe to the general insurance Code of Practice?  So, what is it and how can it help you? The general insurance Code of … Read More

What can DFAT do for you?
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Most travellers are familiar with the Smartraveller website.  Run by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), it provides a wealth of information for Australians planning to travel … Read More

Natural Disaster Series: Hurricanes and Typhoons
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As Australians, we’re familiar with cyclones but what do you know about hurricanes and typhoons? Depending on where you’re planning to travel, your trip could be seriously affected by extreme … Read More

Leaving Property Unattended – What’s the big deal?
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If you’ve travelled or know someone who’s travelled, chances are you’ve experienced a case of theft or know someone who has. Theft occurs in various ways – bag snatching, pickpocketing, … Read More

Natural Disaster Survival Series: Earthquakes
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We never imagine the worst happening to us, especially when on holiday. However, some destinations are prime locations for natural disasters such as hurricanes, cyclones and earthquakes. Throughout our Natural … Read More

Reciprocal Healthcare Agreements
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Australia has Reciprocal Healthcare Agreements with 11 countries.  These agreements entitle Australians to receive free healthcare in those countries. It also entitles citizens of those countries to obtain free healthcare … Read More

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