Americans are the friendliest people on the planet, according to this acclaimed pilot.
Journalist and author Sue Williams worked in print and TV around the world before settling in Australia, and taking off regularly to pursue her passion for travel-writing; discovering new places, meeting interesting people and trying wonderful – and sometimes unintentionally ghastly – experiences.
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There's a 53 per cent slice off the price of a two-night city escape at the 4½-star Next Brisbane Hotel.
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Experience the white-sand beaches, ancient rainforests and azure waters of Langkawi with five nights of beachfront luxury.
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A shuttlecock, soccer ball or hacky sack can bring tourists and locals together in a fun and good-natured game of life.
Australian cricketer Ellyse Perry reveals her favourite and least favourite things about travel.
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Anouska Hempel, the only Bond Girl ever to hail from Australia, is now one of the world's top architectural style icons.
Two thousand stunning kilometres of raw coastline, teeming with wildlife and dotted with islands, reefs, waterfalls and ancient Aboriginal rock art sites.