In the Whitsunday Islands, Candida Baker finds even when there's no wind, life is still a breeze.
With summer just around the corner, Ute Junker leaves no grain of sand unturned in her guide to the best beach towns on Australia's east coast.
The family holiday was never simple, but back when you packed up the station wagon and headed up or down the coast for the annual trip, it was a lot less complicated.
Max Anderson explores the Whitsunday Islands from the comfort and freedom of key luxury vessels.
Being on the road doesn't have to play havoc with your fitness regime, writes Steve McKenna.
Australian tourists can be found all over the world except for one place: Australia.
There's something for everyone in the Whitsundays, writes Mark Chipperfield.
For the notoriously difficult to impress, Lee Atkinson recommends ghost tours, adventure and urban grit.