Water is the second of the classical elements. It is associated with emotion and intuition. Travel to, into and upon the water are also experiences of emotion and we hope to guide you on this journey.
One would think that Mantas love luxury because they are frequently spotted at some of the most luxurious destinations in the world. Think Tahiti, Queensland and the Maldives.
Hidden within Sydney Harbour, tucked away in national parks and along Sydney’s glorious coastline, you’ll find an abundance of secret beaches. With amazing views and soft sands perfect for relaxing and picnicking, seek out these Sydney beaches that are secluded, private and worth the adventure to find.
ARGO has been in development for two and a half years and helmed by the hotel’s Beverage Manager Lorenzo Antinori, it will celebrate innovation across its entire cocktail and spirits list, showcasing the future of drinking. Never Never Distilling Co. has been chosen for their expertise in the martini and is the creators of the new house martini.
Whilst Venice may be off the cards for a little longer, step aboard MV Bel for the look and feel of a true Venetian Motor Cruiser. Your surroundings may not be gondolas and Venetian palaces but Sydney Harbour shines in summer with its iconic landmarks.
The Soneva in Aqua Maldives yacht has elevated the definition of an ocean charter, offering Soneva’s signature luxury and impeccable service at sea. Guests can come face-to-face with curious dolphins on the new Dolphin Sled experience, which glides through the ocean depths, or encounter nocturnal sea creatures on a moonlit snorkelling expedition.
Here’s where to find dolphins, whales, kangaroos, seals, penguins and snoozing koalas in their natural habitat across New South Wales.
World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef is the only place in Western Australia where people have the opportunity to swim with humpback whales.
Three of the best reasons why Gamagori Onsen is a perfect stop for your next (dare I say it?) overseas holiday.
Coccina’s Apartment is the new kid on the Aman block or canal, reflecting rich history behind Venice’s evolving artwork and architecture
The Arctic explored as it has never been before. Set sail aboard Le Commandant Charcot and discover a whole new vision of the world.
From the Tweed to Sydney and all the way to Eden, New South Wales offers a multitude of sea and land-based options for whale watching.
Opening image credit: Laverne Nash