What goes up, must come down. And when we're talking about a space station, precisely where it comes down becomes pretty important.
Balladonia is one of the key road stops on the road across the Nullabor
Ningaloo Reef is one of the most reliable places on the planet to see whale sharks. Daniel Scott snorkels, sails and swims on Australia's most accessible reef, with luxury digs at days end.
Fleur Bainger pulls an all-nighter in the name of nature, making like a rock as a 100-kilogram turtle digs its nest beside her.
The north-west WA coast might be the best holiday destination in Australia, writes Roy Fleming.
Europe has Australia beat? I don't think so, and here are five reasons why, writes Tim Baker.
Just when you thought you'd seen it all, Lee Atkinson shares her discovery of 10 places, from Tasmania to the Torres Strait and well beyond Bourke, that are worth getting back on the road for.
Monkey Mia (including Shark Bay, Shell Beach, Hamelin Pool and Eagle Bluff)
Famous region with ancient fossils and friendly dolphins. This should be read in conjunction with Denham.
Located over 800 km north and encompassing the most westerly part of the Australian continental landmass, Shark Bay is one of the country's most important historic sites and most fascinating tourist destinations. Here, in this breathtakingly beautiful region, the visitor comes in contact with the drama of the early Dutch exploration of the Australian coastline, the romance of pearl fishing, the harshness of trying to eke out a living on a land where rainfall was small and unreliable. Equally this is an area of beautiful beaches, excellent fishing (both deep sea and shoreline), of bushwalking and of Western Australia's most famous natural tourist attraction - the friendly dolphins of Monkey Mia.