Australians stranded in the United Kingdom on expiring visas have won a last-minute reprieve.
Josh Dye is a news reporter with The Sydney Morning Herald.
For youth hostels, the pandemic represents a major threat to a business model that relies on foreign backpackers and communal living.
Australia's last passenger jumbo jet has left our shores for the final time, bound for an aircraft "boneyard" in the Californian desert.
Virgin Australia brings forward the unlocking of points bookings by six weeks.
Captain Mark Kelly has timed his retirement to perfection.
Grey nomads, who are worth about $3.5 billion annually to tourism, are finally on the move.
Melbourne grandmother Jenny Folley was looking forward to her visit to the Gold Coast in July.
Public health experts are divided on whether plane passengers should wear face masks on board, with all three Australian airlines adopting a different policy on the matter.
There's not much snow yet, but ski resorts are preparing for a season like no other as thousands of snow aficionados head to the alpine region for winter.
With the Queensland border remaining stubbornly closed, regional NSW towns are poised to cash in as Sydneysiders look to escape the city for a winter break.
Jetstar sells 80,000 seats in five hours as Australians rush to book sale fares.
The most striking thing about flying in the post-COVID world is how it feels normal and bizarre at the same time.
Thredbo says record demand for lift passes, coupled with capacity restrictions, means some people will not be able to hit the slopes this winter.
The NSW South Coast is bracing for an influx of tourists as city dwellers escape for the long weekend.
When Auprel McNeill realised her three-year-old son Lukas was trapped in the Philippines, she panicked.