Sandi Sieger is currently enjoying a gorgeous summer break on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula. But how can she, and does she, still stay connected, whilst being on the go? Meet her little pocket rocket friend...
So we've travelled over the Great Barrier Reef in a sea plane, snorkelled, sunk our feet into the sand on Australia's best beach and twilight sailed the Whitsundays. Now it's definitely time for a drink or two, whilst we explore the local eateries.
Did you know that in planning a trip overseas, 46% of Australians talk to family and friends while 17% visit a travel agency? Likewise, 44% of us are influenced by online reviews and our top destination is New Zealand. This infographic shows you how Australians like to travel.
Gaynor Alder travels to Hideaway Bay. A tropical paradise that’s coveted by locals - this hidden beach is a heavenly oasis that makes you feel like you just won lotto and bought yourself a private island.
Don't you love how you can throw out all the rules on holiday? The pure, unadulterated, hedonistic freedom that comes from doing whatever you merry well please. Gaynor Alder rediscovers that feeling in Airlie Beach.
According to a recent survey compiled by Tourism Australia, almost 50% of Australian families take family road trips over the holidays. So how can you keep the stress levels to a minimum and keep the fun in family time?
Adelaide has been hailed a ‘top 10 city’ to visit in 2014 by one of the world’s leading travel authorities, Lonely Planet. Having undergone a huge transformation in recent years, Adelaide is showing Australia, and the world, that it has so much to offer.
Multitasking, constantly checking emails, Facebook, Instagram, voicemails, Twitter, running around and chasing your tail: does this sound familiar? The impact of our modern way of life on our mental and physical health can be significant. So what can you do about it?
Perth’s first Segway tours were officially launched last week. Now tourists and locals can see the city, riverfront, and soon Rottnest Island, in a whole new way – rolling on two wheels!
There’s a lot to love about Sydney (the beaches, shopping, food scene and that Harbour) but delve away from the city and you’ll find getaway options galore where you can relax, indulge, taste and explore. We’ve rounded up our top luxury picks for a NSW spring break to remember.
The 1888 Hotel has just opened in Sydney - distinctly Australian, blending the natural elements of reclaimed Iron Bark, concrete, stone and bronze with exposed brick walls and a five-storey, light-filled internal atrium, it's honouring the evolution of photography with its unique features.