Crossing the oceans can offer a diverse and rich travel experience, but here are valid reasons – one for each state and territory – to stay right at home.
Saved by eco-activists in the 1980s, the Franklin River is giving back with a trip on the wild waterway offering heart-racing adventure amid green misty beauty.
The pampering on this cruise ship may surpass your wildest imaginings of what a luxury cruise can serve up.
It does its job, with few major headaches. More importantly, it is less than an hour away from beachy paradise.
It's funny: when you write a column about Japanese tentacle porn, you expect a few comments. Mostly, you expect feedback on the cephalopod fetish, rather than your offhand use of slang to describe the 7Eleven that sells it.
A luxurious villa nestled in a pristine valley ... with fine dining, pools and a spa just a step away. This is five-star Australiana.
The miniature horse is nicknamed Kylie thanks to a disturbing resemblance to Kylie Minogue circa 1988.
As The New York Times declares Perth one of the places to go this year, check in with the city's new stadium and suite of new precincts as well as its classic architecture.
From its red-earth centre, to the lush tropical coastline of sandy beaches, Australia is a place of unique extraordinary beauty and a deep rich history. You can walk across the land with a traditional owner, camp under starlight in the desert, wine and dine in the Barossa Valley or take a coastal drive along the Great Ocean Road. No place compares to this great southern land.