Itching to get away? The Kakadu National Park offers stunning scenery, cultural treasures and top-shelf wildlife.
Sydney-based writer and photographer, Michael Gebicki has been writing travel articles since 1982 and is Traveller's resident Tripologist.
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With domestic tourism hopefully close at hand, Michael Gebicki suggests planning ahead for a serene trip to the historic gold rush towns.
Imagine a tapas bar in Seville with social distancing, or trying to maintain personal space around the Trevi Fountain on a warm summer night? It just won't be the same.
Of the 10 most popular countries among Australian travellers, which have the best prospects of opening up to us in the near future?
Is an immunity passport a realistic possibility for travellers?
Is the era of overtourism over, or has it just taken a break?
The coronavirus pandemic has taught us a lesson in who you can count on for help in a crisis.
It could be as mild as sunburn, jetlag or an upset stomach, but what do you do if it's something more serious?
What are the boxes that need ticking before it's safe to take to the skies, the seas or just hop in your car and head off over the horizon?
Millions of Australians have booked and paid for overseas travel in the next few months.
If you happen to live anywhere near a flight path in one of our major cities, the silence is unusual – and ominous.
The world's fastest train in commercial service takes less than nine seconds to travel a kilometre,
Tina Sibley didn't think twice when she was offered a stamp in her passport to remember her visit to Machu Picchu.