Caravan sites are not all created equal, and as experienced campers know, the quirkiest are a destination in their own right.
Kerry van der Jagt
Kerry van der Jagt is a Sydney-based writer specialising in history, culture and outdoor adventure with a particular interest in wildlife conservation.
Maori culture is experiencing a revival, but nowhere is it more obvious than in the New Zealand's capital.
The wukalina tour traces the east coast from Launceston to Hobart – a little on foot, but mostly by vehicle – indulging in art, architecture and Indigenous culture.
An enlightening stroll reveals the architectural styles of Victoria's grand homes.
From evening talks to walks through bear country, our photographer guide offers technical tips and insights into what it takes to tell a compelling travel story through photos.
With paintings ranging from 1200 to 20,000 years old these art works still pulse with a divine intensity.
In Persian, Azerbaijan means "Protector of fire" and the flame is still burning.
The thrill of a Nile River cruise isn't only the things you see, but the things you feel.
Every sport has its hallowed ground. For snow skiers, it's Holmenkollen in Norway, home to the famous ski jump.
It could very well be Russia but it isn't. Welcome to Transnistria.
When Plato wrote, 'Every heart sings a song' ... he may well have been talking about the Bay of St Paul.
History comes alive with a unique rock art experience and a re-enactment to mark 250 years since Captain Cook was stranded in Tropical North Queensland.
A small-ship expedition takes you to where the orca play.
Witness sublime spectacles spewing forth.
Just down the road from Petra find a site with fewer tourists and remarkable first century ceiling frescoes.