Sydney's original casino may have been overshadowed recently by the new complex at Barangaroo, but it still feels fresh and fun.
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The airline has come out of the blocks with a fully-formed product offering that can compete with the bigger players.
International borders may be closed, but the Passport Office is still encouraging Australians to renew their expired passports.
Virgin Australia will add two new routes in March for the Easter holiday period, while increasing capacity on some other routes.
A tax-free, five-star lifestyle with endless sunshine awaits those willing to purchase a property on this proposed island.
"It is an act of worship just to sit and look at high mountains," Sir Edmund Hilary once said. But some people are hard to impress.
All 587 guest rooms have undergone an extensive redesign and refurbishment.
Australians often look at the high-speed trains of Europe and Asia with envy and now we've got one more reason to be jealous.
What is the IATA Travel Pass and how will it assist passengers to fly in the era of COVID-19?
Aerion Supersonic, one of several companies developing a next-generation supersonic jet, is moving forward with its plans to start production on its aircraft in 2023.
When the impact of COVID-19 permanently grounded budget airline Tigerair last year, Jessica Rennison thought her days working in aviation were over.
China, already the world's largest operator of bullet trains, has unveiled a new prototype that can travel at up to 620 kilometres per hour.
Qatar Airways' Airbus A380 superjumbos will not fly again "for the foreseeable future", according to the airline's CEO, with at least half permanently grounded.
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.
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.