Australia is the smallest of the seven continents and covers about 5.6% of Earth’s landmass. In Oceania there are 14 countries and a number of dependent territories. That’s a huge variety to cover and read about.
One of Australia’s leading tourism experiences – the award-winning Maria Island Walk on Tasmania’s East Coast – is celebrating its 20th walking season of memorable guided walks and experiences.
I have a new favourite destination. It’s not Saint-Tropez, Positano or Cartagena. It’s the Darling Spa in Darling Harbour. Stepping into the lemon grass-scented reception; I’m already feeling my shoulders relaxing.
Three luxury Presidential Villas have been added at Club Wyndham Arlie Beach in the Whitsundays.
Wild Bush Luxury will open Jabiru Retreat – at Bamurru Plains safari lodge on the Mary River wetlands in the Top End of the Northern Territory.
Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia is set to launch a fully-immersive light and sound show at Ayers Rock Resort in May, combining ancient Anangu storytelling with state-of-the-art, drone, and laser light technology.
Start flexing your littlest finger, The Singleton has created a playfully sip-sational dining experience partnering with queen of the kitchen Poh.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Joseph and the amazing technicolour dreamcoat is an engaging musical which features vastly different types of music from country and western, calypso to pop, the French Can Can, and Elvis-style rock and roll.
I have wardrobe envy. It starts when I open the door to my suite at the Kimpton Margot and see the huge wooden doors. I look down at my little red carry-on. At best my clothes could take up three coat hangers. Perhaps four if I hang my underwear.
Set on a hilltop in Stanley Brook near Nelson and hidden amidst three national parks and set on 350 acres, Falcon Brae Villa would be at home in any fantasy novel with its private forest and spectacular scenery.
Tiny cabin holidays in serene rural settings had just started catching before covid and border closures blew their popularity sky high.
“It’s the only sport I’ve ever come across that you can try for the first time and master on the same day,” announces paddle boarding instructor George to our group of never-evers gathered for a lesson on Manly Q Station’s Quarantine Beach.
The sun had come out of its lockdown to welcome Carmen on her opening night at Cockatoo Island. What a way to see an Opera: a ferry ride, a drink and a snack looking out over the Harbour Bridge and a stroll amongst history.