Here are the 10 most bizarre places Lonely Planet have listed as the next best places to travel.
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.
And now an additional 1,600 people are jumping on board to potentially join the suit.
Sydney's first brand-new, five-star waterfront hotel opens at Darling Harbour.
Japan is the best value international destination for Australians, according to an Expedia report.
United Airlines will fly from San Francisco to Sonoma County in a speedy 16 minutes.
Above ground, Broadway was lined with glorious, glamorous art deco theatres. Below, something very different was brewing.
Australia's first 'pay as you go' lounge offering free-for-all access opens at Melbourne Airport.
The Gold Coast is getting a brand new hostel made entirely of sand.
You can still find your slice of paradise at Byron Bay. And this slice just about to double in size, with a solar train service.
United Airlines announce non-stop flights from Sydney to Houston.
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Melbourne will be the third capital city Air Canada operates direct flights from, with two daily services already operating from Sydney and Brisbane.
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Now there is even more incentive to go see Al Gore's follow up documentary to An Inconvienient Truth.