Privacy: Important Info for Travellers
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The Privacy Act 1988 is Commonwealth legislation which regulates the manner in which certain organisations collect, use and disclose personal information. Compliance with privacy legislation is mandatory for insurance companies. … Read More

Delayed Baggage Compensation
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Delayed baggage is a right royal pain in the “you-know-where”. If you’ve ever had to deal with delayed baggage after a long haul flight, you know just how true this … Read More

DVT Travel Risk: What you need to know
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Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is a serious risk for travellers. Whilst it is thought that long haul travel increases the risk of DVT, it is not confined to air travel.  … Read More

Wild Monkey Risk: How to avoid being attacked
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If you’re going to Bali, you probably plan to visit the Ubud Monkey Forest. In fact, you can pretty much see a wild monkey in most Asian countries … and … Read More

Overseas Hospital Tips
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Ending up is hospital isn’t ideal when holidaying overseas. But it can happen and a little advance preparation can help – just in case your trip does involve an impromptu … Read More

Pregnancy: Is it covered by travel insurance?
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Pregnancy is an exciting time in a couple’s life and it heralds massive lifestyle changes ahead. For some couples, pregnancy leads to thoughts of a babymoon – a sneaky trip … Read More

Premium Refund:  What You Need to Know
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Have you ever wondered if you can get a premium refund if you cancel the trip or come home earlier than planned? A premium refund is possible in certain circumstances … Read More

Vaping Overseas:  Is it legal?
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Vaping is becoming more popular as smokers turn away from cigarettes and focus on vaping devices and E-cigarettes. If you’re into vaping, it’s important to research your destinations to make … Read More

Solo Travel: Staying Safe on Your Own
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Solo travel – the very idea strikes fear in some and exhilaration in others. There is no doubt that solo travel is an increasing trend – some people just prefer … Read More

Contribution: is having two policies a problem?
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Have you heard the term “Contribution”?  If not, you’re not alone. Sometimes, there are two policies in force which cover the same trip. This could be because you purchased your … Read More

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