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There’s no doubt that 2020 made relationships and dating even more difficult than it normally is.

A recent study by Bumble found that more than 90% of Aussie daters are mystified about how to handle Valentine’s Day this year.

With that said, however 39% of single Australians would like someone to do something romantic for them; and 3 out of 10 single Australians would actually like to go on a date this year, whether that be IRL or virtual.

Where do you sit on the matter?

Almost 4 out of 5 single Australians however believe Valentine’s Day will be different this year, with COVID throwing traditional plans out the window.

To solve the conundrum, Bumble and Airbnb have released a list of experiences across Australia that strike the right note for a date with a potential Valentine.

The list includes everything from surfing and kayaking lessons to laneway running tours, given the survey also found almost one in three Aussie daters rank ‘active dates’ as their favourite type of dating experience.


Other experiences include:

* Stargazing tour (Wentworth Falls, NSW)

* Make Vietnamese food with a chef (Marrickville, NSW)

* Art Class at Yarra Glen (Melbourne, VIC)

* Luxury sail to the world’s deadliest island (Perth, WA)

* Wine tasting tour of the Adelaide Hills (Adelaide, SA)


For even more ideas, check out the full Bumble approved wishlist here.

Plus, did you know that from February 1 to February 15, YOU can access an exclusive discount of 20%, which will apply to any Online Experience booked before May 2021?

Once you find the Airbnb profile within Bumble Date, swipe right to receive the unique code. Get planning now, and surprise your Valentine!

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