Events

A truly spectacular and diverse array of Events in many guises — from Burning Man in the Arizona desert to Siena’s Palio, the Mongol Derby, Glastonbury and even the Miramar Air Show — provide high points in the global travel calendar and the perfect inspiration for exploring new horizons.
 
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February 18, 2017
Hadaka Matsuri

Hadaka Matsuri (meaning ‘Naked Festival’) is a semi-religious competition held at Saidai-ji Temple in Okayama Prefecture, that sees up to 10,000 men in fundoshi loincloths battle it out…

October 5–8, 2017
Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000

Bathurst 1000 — known as ‘The Great Race’ amongst fans — is Australia’s ultimate motorsports championship. It began in 1960 as a humble car race that took place on the Phillip…

February 23–26, 2017
Envision Festival

On a mission to celebrate our human potential, Envision is a festival that inspires different cultures to co-exist harmoniously with each other, and with nature. The event brings people…

January 16–29, 2017
Australian Open

Held across three sites at Garden Square inside Melbourne Park, the Australian Open in late January marks the start of the tennis Grand Slam calendar. Alongside the French Open, US Open and…

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January 8–22, 2017
North American International Auto Show

Detroit is indisputably the car capital of America. At the turn of the 20th century, Detroit formed the beating heart of America’s automotive industrial revolution, and launched the…

January 7–29, 2017
Sydney Festival

What began in 1977 as a clever ploy to attract tourists to the city during the summer season has now become one of the highlights of Australia’s cultural calendar. The annual Sydney…

January 2-15, April 2-15, August 14-27, 2017
The Rickshaw Run

Those wishing to immerse themselves in Indian culture should look no further than off-beat travel company The Adventurists’ Rickshaw Run. The race, completed in small teams of 2-3 people,…

July 21–30, 2017
Boryeong Mud Festival

“Just add mud” seems to be the overarching idea for the organisers who plan Boryeong Mud Festival. Held each summer in the sleepy beach town of Boryeong (population 100,000), the…

January 30, 2017
St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival — Auckland Edition

St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival has come a long way from its humble beginnings. Started in 2005 in the backyard of a small Melbourne bar, Laneway has exploded to become one of…

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