Ballarat is using the skills and craftmanship of the past to forge a bright future.
The fertile valley at the base of the Victorian alps, three hours north of Melbourne, is strongly influenced by Italian food and wine.
There's been a population boom among Phillip Island's most famous residents
Fewer visitors mean there's never been a better time to catch up with Phillip Island's much-loved penguins.
Just out of Yangon, Awei Metta's rooms have more than enough space to swing a golf club.
Don't rush, ditch the screens, and pick some interesting pit-stops.
The Elephant Coach will take you round Yangon's sights in true colonial style.
Fifteen years ago, if I wanted to spend four days here I would have had to be a fish.
It's the seat everyone dreads - but there are ways to help you deal with the cruel hand you've been dealt.
When you ride with her, you can't be shy, you are travelling with a celebrity and people stop to take photos and to admire her steely curves.
What you lose in kilos you gain in calm and composure.
It's all about big here: the world's biggest artificial island has one of the world's biggest hotel-resorts.
A mini tempest provides the perfect backdrop for a lighthouse road trip in eastern Victoria.
After years of service, elephants at a Lao retirement camp love to be hand-fed banana tacos.
Melbourne's cultural scene is so deep, the CBD can no longer hold it, so it's off to the suburbs with the art.