This pescatarian travel professional knows where to find world-beating seafood, and chocolate ... and fondue.
Freelance travel writer Julietta Jameson would rather be in Rome, but her hometown Melbourne is a happy compromise.
It's one of the last projects of the late Iraqi-born British starchitect, Dame Zaha Hadid. It's perhaps her most spectacular.
Afghanistan gave this Australian writer a powerful sense of perspective.
Including the best places for scones with clotted cream and fish and chips, of course.
Mortification and being told her date of death have been powerful experiences for this lover of libraries.
Twenty-first century luxury and tech sit beautifully alongside brass rotary telephones and claw-foot bath tubs.
This fast-evolving city in the Canterbury region is foodie heaven.
Breakfast with a view of the spectacular coastline is a good start.
Australian landscapes and working with Indigenous communities have been transformative.
This airline could not be more baby and child friendly, yet this solo traveller felt both cared for and comfortable.
Vessels with heli-pads, water parks and a cinema: welcome to the world of the superyacht.
Venice is something of an obsession for this Italian chef.
Antarctica has bestowed many defining moments on this scientist.
An intimate, beautiful, club-like stay in a brilliant location – what's not to love?
Breweries, excellent seafood, great coffee: the Mid-North coast now has a foodie feel.