A guesthouse in Morocco's prettiest seaside town wears its movie-love on its sleeve.
Louise Southerden is a freelance travel writer from Sydney, now based in northern NSW, who never dreamed of travelling the world and writing about it. A three-month trip across Africa in the back of an overland truck 25 years ago changed that and she has since won several awards, including the Australian Society of Travel Writers' Travel Writer of the Year award - four times. Louise specialises in nature-based experiences and is passionate about simple, sustainable travel.
LATAM launches first ever non-stop flight between Melbourne and South America.
An expedition cruise around Iceland offers both wilderness and must-do experiences.
Sneaking into Petra by the 'back door' on a six-day section of Jordan's new long-distance trekking trail.
This is cruising that doesn't play by the rules that apply to regular cruises.
Some of Iceland's museums are a one-of-a-kind.
Move over, New York. Reykjavik is the new city that never sleeps. In summer, the world's most northerly capital gets 24-hour daylight.
This new addition to the Great Walks of Australia collective offers 45 kilometres of world-class hiking.
Brooke Street Terrace Penthouse gives you a backstage pass to Hobart's waterfront.
You feel right at home on this friendly little island staying here.
Novelist Colleen McCullough's Norfolk Island home is not exactly a calming retreat.
On my first visit to Norfolk a few years ago, the weather had been against me. This time I've got three days to make it happen.
Weird safety video aside, this is a dream flight, thanks to excellent service and great entertainment.
North of Kununurra in the remote north-east Kimberley lies a lost world and a unique luxury lodge.
For tour leaders, the question most often asked used to be "Where's the toilet?" Now it's, "What's the Wi-Fi password?"