Tourism Australia managing director urges governments to learn to live with COVID-19 so confidence in travel can return.
Josh Dye is a news reporter with The Sydney Morning Herald.
The overwhelming drawcard at Jamala is spending the night – safely behind glass – in close proximity to a potentially deadly predator.
Rex, Qantas and Virgin are in a fierce fight as they attempt to lure nervous travellers back to the skies.
These are the top-ranked holiday rentals across the country for the coming summer.
Regional tourism operators are bracing for a major nationwide staff shortage as a flood of domestic visitors surge into regional towns this summer.
Short-term holiday rentals are 19 per cent more expensive in NSW than a year ago, while in Victoria they're up 10 per cent.
You'll no longer find Sydney or Melbourne on Australia's busiest air route, thanks to COVID-19 border closures.
Australia's outright travel ban that blocks its own citizens from leaving the country is unique in the free world.
A luxury Melbourne hotel is bucking the trend of a major downturn in the tourism industry by hiring 100 employees.
It's nearly the school holidays but with borders closed and the state's regions filling up, some Sydney families are preparing for a holiday close to home.
The lack of affordable domestic travel options geared towards younger Australians is leaving Millenials with few options for a holiday.
Tens of thousands of Australians are still waiting on refunds for cancelled travel, more than six months after the COVID-19 pandemic caused mass disruption to holiday plans.
Tourism Australia has launched a COVID-19 travel portal that aims to make planning a holiday easier for consumers.
Forecasting the future is fraught right now, especially if you've tried making travel plans recently.
Thousands of Australians stranded overseas are desperate to return home, but thousands of others are swimming against the stream and departing the country.