Whether it's whale-watching from the dunes or hanging out in the breaking waves with roos, these are some of the top spots for beastly beach encounters.
David Whitley is a freelance travel writer based in the UK. He has a taste for unusual experiences and oddities with a great story behind them.
While sat at home trawling for inspiration for where to go when travel restrictions are lifted, there's nothing wrong with a shameless bit of eye candy. And if you want bright and colourful, then these are the spots to add to your mental list.
We can thank monks for custard tarts and a former governor of Queensland for the humble lamington.
For most Aussie mountains, it's fairly easy to work out where the name came from. It's either descriptive, chosen in honour of some dignitary, or using the indigenous word. Others, however, are less obvious – these oddities included…
Australia's roadhouses are the workhorses of the outback.
With most of us stuck at home, any list of hot destinations you must visit right now can safely be tossed out of the window. It's time, instead, to look forward to the things that aren't going to be fully open for a long time, and can be earmarked for a visit when life returns to normal again.
It's not just about apples at this strudel cafe.
The Australian Formula One Grand Prix is a big tourism magnet, but watching Lewis Hamilton and friends whizz around Albert Park isn't the greatest racing spectacle in the world.
Some of the takeaways from a visit to this museum make for an uncomfortable realisation.
It's one of Europe's most popular cities, but the airport is clearly struggling to handle the tourist boom.
London's known for its grand museums, but here are some tiny and quite bizarre ones you might have missed.
One of the world's best holiday destinations is right here ... and we need to tell the world.
Ultimately, flying is a mundane, transactional affair, and Terminal 4 knows it.
To tackle the Coorong's lagoon system by kayak is to experience its calming rhythm.
Some architectural styles boast examples from many great architects. But there are some architects that defy categorisation to do something gloriously strange – and here's where to find them.