If you've ever wanted the chance to fly first or business class internationally, but didn't have enough points to do so, this could be your chance.
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One of the oldest five-star hotels in the country, it's good to see the Wentworth keeping pace with its newer rivals.
"No seats." It's a phrase familiar to anyone who has tried to book a flight using points on the Qantas site.
Legroom is limited and I can, unfortunately, feel the passenger behind me digging his knees into the seat.
Space is at a premium in Hong Kong and the Ovolo Central deals with this by being a tall, extremely narrow building.
Qantas will launch a new non-stop route to Japan in December to capitalise on Australians heading to the country to ski.
Etihad's former international lounges at Sydney and Melbourne airports are now open to all passengers, for a price.
The sign says "party cruise" though it's not the sort of party you'd expect.
Japan's first A380 superjumbo doesn't look like any other.
Mojo Nomad Central is a cool spot for younger travellers looking to stay with like-minded folk for a reasonable price.
Melbournians will be able to reach the islands of Vanuatu much quicker from June as Air Vanuatu resumes non-stop flights to the Pacific paradise.
My legs are aching, I'm drenched in sweat and my shoes are covered in mud. But I still feel pretty great.
Asian countries dominate this year's list of the world's most powerful passports, while Australians now require visas for two more countries.
Australian travellers to the US could find themselves denied entry to the country after immediate approvals for ESTA visa-waivers were scrapped.
Nightingale Lane in the London suburb of Clapham South, on first inspection, looks like any other average suburban street.