Craig Tansley discovers two of the world's best new golf courses are lying empty on the deserted, picturesque coastline of King Island.
Craig Tansley is a freelance travel journalist based in Melbourne who spends far too much of his year on planes. He specialises in islands, ski resorts and adventure.
Snow & ski
On the right day, this resort boasts similar conditions and terrain to those found in North America, Europe and Japan.
The hill tribes come in a variety of shapes and sizes and with different pursuits in mind. The snow is their common commodity, but they split into packs when it comes to the ways they use it.
Craig Tansley takes on man-eating sharks on a sailing cruise through Tahiti's Society Islands.
In summer the prices in Utah's Park City can be a fifth of what you'll pay during the ski season and the Sundance Film Festival.
A 90km stretch of coastline with hidden bays and sandy beaches, still undiscovered.
Does Donald Trump's hotel deliver the same over-the-top excess as the man himself? We find out.
The best (and cheapest) way to explore the watery world of the Maldives.
The secret valley in the Swiss Alps where you can learn cross-country skiing with no one but locals on schnapps.
Forget the famed lagoons of Rarotonga, luxury safari tents are the new kids on the block.
Aspen has the world-wide kudos, Vail has the convenience from Denver, Beaver Creek has the glitz, but this place got lost somewhere in the slipstream.
Aspen is more than a playground for well-heeled or celebrity snow bunnies.
Found and lost: The Australian spot where the outback meets the ocean.
It's an Aussie paradise filled with tourists - unless you know the secret highlights.
Craig Tansley discovers an adult surf camp in northern NSW that finally shows him what he's been doing wrong these past 30 years.