Up here, one is never far from a comfy chair, an Aperol spritz and a charcuterie board.
Lissa Christopher has more years’ experience as an editor and writer with The Sydney Morning Herald than she cares to count, and is now a print and digital producer for Traveller. She’s a glamper not a camper and wherever she travels she likes to start eating as soon as possible after making it through passport control.
It's time to learn how to travel again, NSW. Here are six beauty spots close to Sydney to get you started.
The practice of quarantine has a long and often brutal history that spans the globe.
Explore Italy's spectacular Dolomites and then eat, drink and relax in luxurious comfort.
He could just about 'weep' with appreciation for its pristine, uncrowded beauty. And then there are the fish.
This restaurant's chef is described as an artist with the heart of a farmer.
Hobart does food and wine, history and hiking with style.
We have a neat kitchenette but give no thought to self-catering - we're surrounded by prime eating and drinking opportunities.
Sparkling sea, serene forest and a luxury spa ... I could spend a lot of time here.
A fresh mid-ranger with impressive dining options that provides a convenient base for exploring Melbourne.
The miniature horse is nicknamed Kylie thanks to a disturbing resemblance to Kylie Minogue circa 1988.
Every room has a balcony in this new development in Sydney's CBD.