Australia

Thu 30 Jan 2020

Keppel’s an island paradise

Keppel’s an island paradise

IT LOOKS like a swim-up infinity pool at a luxury resort, but there’s no entry fee and you're welcome to swim, barbecue or relax under the tropical foliage.

Join island’s wave of support

Join island’s wave of support

IN JANUARY, fires ravaged the picturesque western wilderness of Kangaroo Island, covering our television screens with heart-wrenching images of destruction.

Tue 7 Jan 2020

Camping was never so good

Camping was never so good

The wow factor hits the moment we hear that familiar unzipping sound, then peel back the wide cream flaps and step inside.

Mon 25 Nov 2019

Enjoy some luxury at exciting South Bank

Enjoy some luxury at exciting South Bank

There’s so much to enjoy during a long weekend in your own city.

Thu 14 Nov 2019

It's time to discover new gold in Gympie

It's time to discover new gold in Gympie

It's time to put new-look Gympie back on your radar and discover the gold grown on the hills rather than underground.

Wed 13 Nov 2019

Aurora Australis brings back romance of train travel

Aurora Australis brings back romance of train travel

There is something romantic and nostalgic about overnight train journeys - the chance to unpack once and just sit back and enjoy the sights and sounds.

Mon 8 Jul 2019

Epic Aussie rail journey spans this vast continent

Epic Aussie rail journey spans this vast continent

It's a trip that will take you from one side of the continent to the other through Australia's red heart in absolute comfort all the way.

Fri 5 Jul 2019

Sensory tours for sight impaired

Sensory tours for sight impaired

HAVING sight impairment is no excuse for experiencing Australia's extraordinary east coast with new sensory short breaks.

Wed 10 Apr 2019

Diving into everything the island haven Tangalooma offers

Diving into everything the island haven Tangalooma offers

TAKE the scenic route and arrive at this island haven prepared to try everything on offer.

Tue 9 Apr 2019

Albany honours the history of the Anzacs with dawn service

Albany honours the history of the Anzacs with dawn service

IN HONOUR of Anzac Day, Erle Levey visits Albany, believed to be the place of the first Anzac dawnceremony.

Fri 22 Mar 2019

Take a hot cruise on the Murray in August with Neil Diamond

Take a hot cruise on the Murray in August with Neil Diamond

SPEND an August night or three with the music of Neil Diamond while gently cruising along the Murray on the paddlewheeler PS Murray Princess.

Fri 15 Mar 2019

Fishing the picturesque South Coast NSW

Fishing the picturesque South Coast NSW

ONE OF the most picturesque areas I have travelled and fished is the south coast of NSW.

Freycinet hive-to-honey immersive experience

Freycinet hive-to-honey immersive experience

IMMERSE yourself in the world of beekeeping with Saffire Freycinet horticulturalist Rob Barker as he takes you through the extraordinary natural experience.

Fri 8 Mar 2019

Travel solo with companions, not single

Travel solo with companions, not single

TRAVELLING solo or single; there's a difference. Drop the reference to marital status and look at yourself as a solo adventurer to help you get on the road.

Fri 1 Mar 2019

Margaret River artists throw open their doors

Margaret River artists throw open their doors

DELIGHT your senses and satisfy your artistic curiosity by joining in Margaret River Region Open Studios.

Fri 11 Jan 2019

Top fishing tips for the top end

Top fishing tips for the top end

A TRAVEL diary of mine would not be complete without a trip to the Northern Territory. I just love heading to Darwin because there is so much to see and catch!

Fri 4 Jan 2019

NSW Seniors Festival super Sydney cruise deal

NSW Seniors Festival super Sydney cruise deal

SYDNEY Harbour's Captain Cook Cruises, is offering seniors up to 50 per cent off a selection of harbour cruises during the 2019 NSW Seniors Festival

Art trail transforms West road trips

Art trail transforms West road trips

WEST Australia's PUBLIC Silo Trail outdoor art gallery extends an extraordinary 1000km across the state's agricultural heartland.

Wed 12 Dec 2018

Nerves start to tingle for Woodford Festival

Nerves start to tingle for Woodford Festival

TIME is nigh for the annual Woodford Folk Festival - and founder Bill Hauritz is feeling the annual return of butterflies in his stomach.

Fri 7 Dec 2018

Top tips for fishing the Snowy Mountains

Top tips for fishing the Snowy Mountains

THE NSW high country is a personal favourite of mine. If you enjoy freshwater trout fishing then this is one of the premier places in the country to travel to.

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