The tree tents double as an art installation and are considered sculpture, rather than a commercially-produced tent.
This year, in Victoria, ski resorts haven't lost their snow cover, they've lost their market.
Citizens from countries that have handled the outbreak of COVID-19 poorly have seen the power of their passports greatly reduced.
The era of large passenger planes is rapidly coming to an end as the construction of the final Airbus A380 superjumbos nears completion.
In what's certainly welcome news for eager travellers, the South Asian island destination will not require healthy visitors to quarantine nor provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival.
Anyone seeking to cross the border from New South Wales into Queensland on Friday will require a stern, official-looking border pass to do so.
A routine Delta flight faces an investigation after it was forced to land with a crushed nose cone.
Qatar Airways takes an even stronger stance by requiring economy passengers and cabin crew to wear both face masks and face shields on board.
Fifty years ago, entrepreneur Doyle Owens started the Unclaimed Baggage Center by buying left-behind bags from transportation companies and selling the best findings to customers at his brick-and-mortar store.
In the winter months, when icy conditions keep most people from traveling by sea, there are only two ways to enter Prince Edward Island: by plane or an eight-mile bridge.
A brand-new bullet train has entered service in Japan, and not only is it a record-breaker, but it can also operate during an earthquake.
Bali will welcome back visitors from the end of this month even after the resort island reported a four-fold increase in virus cases in June as pressure mounts on authorities to rescue the battered tourism industry.