Just over one year after Southern Ocean Lodge on Kangaroo Island was destroyed by bushfires, its owners have revealed plans for the iconic property's rebuild.
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Travellers heading to Tasmania on board the Spirit of Tasmania ferry will be able to take their cars for free, the federal government has announced.
Qantas has issued a warning to customers to be wary of scammers pretending to represent the airline on refunds.
Qantas may have operated far fewer flights than normal over the past year, but that hasn't stopped the Flying Kangaroo from being named the world's safest airline.
Emirates has unveiled its first premium economy cabin, but passengers won't actually be able to book the new seats - not for the moment, at least.
The world's largest passenger jet, the Airbus A380, already faced waning popularity with airlines prior to the global pandemic.
Crown Sydney's "six star" Crown Towers hotel has opened to the public, after four years of construction, with the claim it is Australia's "most luxurious".
A picture of two penguins cuddling as the lights of Melbourne's CBD twinkle in the background has won a top photography award.
While the rest of Australia keeps its borders closed to Victoria despite low COVID-19 numbers, Singapore has no such concerns.
Qantas has announced it will operate more scenic flights following the success of its first "flight to nowhere" earlier this month.
Qantas and Virgin Australia have announced several suspended domestic routes will return to service as state borders begin to reopen.
An Australian turtle that expressed how we're all feeling about 2020 is the winner of this year's prize for the funniest wildlife photo.
Qantas has confirmed it will run several rescue flights, underwritten by the federal government, to bring up to 1315 stranded Australians home from overseas.
The Australian tourism industry has called for urgent consultation after Treasurer Josh Frydenberg flagged that international borders would remain closed throughout 2021.
Only one other passport now offers access to more countries than Australia's, thanks to COVID-19 restrictions.