nostalgic tourism has us revisiting the favourite holiday spots from our childhoods
We can\'t stop visiting the various Australian resorts that are rich in stories.
Source: Australian news group travel more than ever to explore further
In every corner of the Earth, experience places and cultures that our predecessors never dreamed.
But, to be honest: for all the excitement of traveling, the holidays were never as fun as we were when we were young.
We all went-
Just like the Kerrigans family has Bonny Doon, this is the only place we want to go.
However, it is magical.
Sadly, our favorite Australian resort is no longer there.
But our favorite childhood lives are still there, and we have not forgotten them.
In fact, we are still visiting them.
Like the Kerrigan family in the castle, you stick to it when you find a good family getaway.
Source: holiday rental website HomeAway found in a recent survey of Australian travelers that a travel trend for News Limited editors is called nostalgic travel and that trend is on the rise.
It found four of the five Australians actively trying to recreate childhood holiday memories by returning to the precious destinations they visited when they were young.
Millennials seem to be driving this trend, and 84 of respondents say they want to recreate the post-90 s and post-2000 s holiday.
So we got home and told us about the popular destinations that nostalgic tourists are heading to so that we can recall with them.
According to travel data from HomeAway, there are some of the most popular attractions here.
Surfers Paradise, about 1997.
Source: The glittering Gold Coast is a family resort by Australian Coast news group QLDThe. After-
Dinner stroll along Carville Avenue.
Buy stylish shell necklaces at the Pacific Expo.
Feed birds at the currenbin bird sanctuary.
Moon jelly on Coolangatta Beach.
Who remembers the Splash Mountain in the movie world?
Source: Australian news group, if we are lucky, we can visit three of the most exciting places on Earth: Dreamworld, Movie World and wildlife park.
What better than this?
For others, the operation is north of the Sunshine Coast.
There, holiday families rotate around Rainbow Beach with their Phuket board, explore the Glass House Mountains, get close contact with animals at the Australian zoo, and maybe even take the legendary natmobile. A time-
Source: an important part of the Sunshine Coast holiday at News Limited is the mandatory family photo at the Big Pineapple.
Or maybe your family likes it better when they\'re around Daniel.
Big guy, rest in peace.
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Boho Byron Bay is an ideal place for families who want to relax after a busy school year.
The children on vacation are looking forward to watching a movie at the Pigeon House film company sitting on the huge floor mat and shaving at the local agency OzyMex with oversized plates of cornflakes.
Byron Bay has always been one of Australia\'s most popular resorts.
Source: it also took a lot of time to look for the ankle bracelet and home mate\'s elegant fridge magnet in the op store and knicknack store.
Byron\'s night was spent in the bar, eating from the children\'s menu, while a local rock yacht was too loud in the background.
Since the beginning of 2000, the Red Ginger Tour of Byron Bay has been a must-visit.
Source: News Limited Merimbula, the southern coastal town of NSWThe new state, owns all the signs of summer vacation in Australia.
A great surf beach on Merumbula Main Beach.
Local wildlife in the potolu Palace.
Long boardwalk for family walks. Award-
Enjoy spectacular views while tasting delicious seafood snacks. How about this view?
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The children are here for one thing only: Magic Mountain.
The Magic Mountain is the best.
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Source: The downside of the family car trip is being stuck in the back seat for hours with annoying siblings.
But the good thing is that even when you were a child, you knew the trip was very special.
There are always new adventures in front, such as the new beach or bay, which can swim quickly, go to the waterfall, or stop to see the strange rock formations.
The final highlight of the trip is undoubtedly to see the lighthouse from reversing the situation.
Have you ever felt this way?
Source: other popular and nostalgic attractions on the HomeAway chart include Hunter Valley and Central Coast (NSW)
Noosa, the Holy Spirit and Daintree National Park (Queensland)
Gippsland, Murray River, Ballarat and Daylesford (Victoria).
\"While new exciting places are still popular with travelers, it\'s an interesting trend to see the number of nostalgic Australians --
Simon mcdermead, PR and communications manager at HomeAway, said.
\"Holiday rentals play a key role in the way Australia is on holiday, so given this trend, it\'s not surprising that we are now the most popular accommodation option, this helps the generation of new Australian families.