The warmth and enthusiasm of New Yorkers has stayed with this author.
Freelance travel writer Julietta Jameson would rather be in Rome, but her hometown Melbourne is a happy compromise.
Listed by UNESCO as World Biosphere Reserve in 2006, the island of Phu Quoc is still more than 50 per cent national park.
Heading onstage for Opera Australia is a bit like heading to Disneyland - one of this soprano's favourite places.
Artisan cheeses, fresh seafood, party popper burgers and craft beer – Wellington pushes the flavour boundaries.
From Maggie Beer carrot cake to fresh mulberries on the side of the road: there is something delicious around very corner in the Barossa.
Swire Hotels brought in the designer big guns with this new modern classic.
Running over wild raspberries, jumping into cold lakes and hot saunas: this part of Sweden made this athlete feel fully alive.
Six Senses is a brand known for creating luxurious resorts in exotic places brimming with natural charms. No exception here.
During recent travels, Triple J Brekkie co-host Liam Stapleton had a confronting experience.
Authenticity, immersion and the feel-good factor constitute the new luxury. But the old values of seamless service are just as important.
Passport: Tim Cope, author and adventurer
Enjoying chef Jeff Jackson's pates and a glass of wine on the patio makes for a flawless afternoon.
Learning to dive in the cold and cloudy Atlantic suddenly made sense when this author finally visited the Great Barrier Reef.
Its unusual form is what makes this new hotel unique, and also what caused it to be two years behind schedule.
Queensland's ambitious floating hotel was a curiosity throughout its short life on the Great Barrier Reef during the 1980s.