Archive for Category: "Travel"
Over 45 consecutive days, Colin Sheringham canoed 2200kms along the River Murray. BERNHARD SAYER writes.
The most recent release of statistics on Australian tourism show the sector has had an incredible increase. LARA GARDNER reports.
New Zealand was the top destination for short-term Australian travellers in February 2013 according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). COURTNEY JOHANSON reports.
Sick and tired of your life? Over uni? Craving something new? If you’re still reading then the University of Twente Mars One program wants YOU. SOPHIE FIEGERT reports.
Despite boasting the world’s highest waterfall, longest Caribbean coast, tallest cable car and some of the most ecologically diverse environments on earth, Venezuela draws few international tourists. RYAN MALLETT-OUTTRIM reports.
Here is a picturesque underwater magical realm; a place so beautiful it’s referred to as the eighth wonder of the world, with people flocking from distant places to get lost in its beauty and serenity. Imagine if this turned into rotting coral, dying fish, growing algae and rising sea levels. Imagine one of Australia’s greatest attractions reaching dangerous chemical thresholds and suffering irreversible damage. SARAH SPENCER reports.
This year’s Marion Celebrates Festival has encouraged a multicultural Australia, with the full support of Marion City Mayor Felicity-Ann Lewis. AMY STEVENSON reports.
After 33 years in business, the creator of over 800 flavours of ice-cream is still adding to the menu of his award-winning parlour. RYAN MALLETT-OUTTRIM reports.
Living in a new place, trying to adapt to a new environment and dealing with different cultures and people can be stressful for international students. YAP TZU GING reports.
It’s almost inevitable that travellers to the South Pacific are searching for a tropical beach paradise. However, if you are willing to put down your Mai Tai long enough to veer off the beaten track , the island transforms into an Australian daredevil’s Mecca. VICTORIA MOORE explores.