Bali is back and on Monday morning Jetstar's first flight in almost two years took off to the popular island destination.
Kylie McLaughlin is the deputy editor of Traveller.com.au. Having lived in the UK and Ireland for some time and travelled extensively in Southeast Asia and Europe, her current obsession is North America, where she plans to eventually cover all 52 states. Kylie is also an avid photographer - check out her Instagram account @kylieam.
Despite borders reopening to visitors, Victoria's Great Ocean Road is very quiet and if you time it right, you could have one of our most well-known attractions all to yourself.
The heritage-listed property has turrets, a watchtower and a 'moat' - basically, it's the closest thing you'll get to a French chateau.
Have you heard of Moorabool Valley?
Caviar, Krug Champagne and by far the best airline bathrooms I've experienced.
This is genuinely one of those once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.
This newly renovated hotel has spacious rooms, an inviting pool, great atmosphere, plus unparalleled views of the Whitsunday coast.
Forget your preconceived notions of a tired old hotel brand - the Novotel's latest spruce-up is sure to impress.
It's more important than ever to take the opportunity to visit this island now, before tourists return in droves.
Huge festival entices visitors to the seaside in winter.
What treasures lie within cavernous Skull Rock have largely been held secret, until now.
Twice the size of adjacent Phillip Island and only accessible by ferry, the closest island to Melbourne is the furthest from most Melburnian's minds, rarely visited and much of a mystery.
A mere hour away from Melbourne, the Peninsula has great options for daytrippers or a weekend away.
Adelaide has taken over from COVID-struck Melbourne as Australia's most liveable city, in the city's highest rating since it was named fifth in 2015.
A new arts festival set to rival Sydney's Vivid, Hobart's Mona Foma and Melbourne's White Night is coming to Adelaide in July.