Cooler weather, glowing log fires and the crackle of fallen leaves underfoot heralds the arrival of Autumn in Walhalla. Nestled amongst national parkland and just a short drive east of Melbourne, the historic township of Walhalla promises a short break escape like no other.
The Regional Victoria Living Expo is on from the 19th-21st of April at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, where the best of what rural Victoria has to offer will be on display. People looking for a tree change (or sea change) can get a glimpse of the alluring lifestyles that exist beyond the metro borders.
If you know the right way to backpack in Australia, then you will enjoy every twist and turn of your adventure. Here are a few things you need to know when backpacking in Australia, from pro backpacker Gemma Hobbs.
Some people think travelling is overrated, while others insist it is the best thing money can buy. Hyatt Nidam wasn't sure what school of thought she agreed with, so she went on an overseas adventure to do some testing...
Katherine Collette finds herself spending four ‘glorious weeks’ in an enormous Britz campervan, with inbuilt shower, toilet, oven, and even a microwave. Determined to turn her holiday into health retreat, here's her guide to navigating the country and attempting to stage your own health retreat among places better known for fishing.
Exploring the stunning and serene countryside of Japan is a must, and traveling out of Tokyo is easy, fast and super comfy on the bullet train, writes Gaynor Alder. Whilst Osaka did not win her over, she'd go back to Kyoto in a heartbeat.
When you are booking a plane ticket, the last thing on your mind is how painful long haul flights are. It’s very easy to get caught up in the excitement of your trip and forget just how far away from Australia EVERYWHERE ELSE IN THE WORLD IS, writes Sarah Kempson.
The sequel to the award-winning Flavours of Melbourne, Flavours of Urban Melbourne is a lavishly designed coffee table book that takes readers on a culinary journey through the best restaurants, cafes and bars in the North, West, East and South of Melbourne, writes Sandi Sieger.
Although full of well heeled Sydney-siders who fancy a fine drop and braying ‘we’re just going to the Hunterrrr for the weekend’, the Hunter Valley is a lovely little wine-filled corner of the world, writes Olivia Hambrett.
Olivia Hambrett heads to Melbourne, where three jam-packed days are filled with CBD strolling, shopping, breakfasts, coffees, bookshops, food and a quick trip to the Mornington Peninsula.
An electric and exciting city underpinned with serenity and spirituality. From the pulsating energy of people at the busiest crosswalk in the world, the quirkiness of girls in costume in Harijuku, to the gracefulness of women who still walk the streets in traditional dress, Gaynor Alder shares her Tokyo experience.
As an Australian who has only ever seen a crocodile languishing in an oddly coloured pool, it was time Olivia Hambrett went on a tour that not only featured a crocodile but two natural wonders that jostle for attention with the Great Barrier Reef in a natural-wonder packed state.