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What really happens in Bali

What really happens in Bali

With its sandy, white beaches, vibrant atmosphere and cheap shopping, it is easy to see why Bali has long been a popular tourist spot for a fun holiday with friends or romantic getaway with a significant other. Yet much of the media coverage surrounding Bali focuses on the dangers of travelling to the island, as shown in Channel Seven’s new series What Really Happens in Bali, SOPHIE ARMSTRONG EXPLAINS.

Queenstown sits beside tourism giants

Queenstown sits beside tourism giants

New Zealand’s adventure capital Queenstown has been named amongst the world’s Top 25 Travellers’ Choice Destinations for 2013 by travel website TripAdvisor, reports TOM JOHNSON.

Venezuelan tourism – it’s far down on the list

Venezuelan tourism – it’s far down on the list

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.

863 flavours and counting

863 flavours and counting

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.

Coming to terms with Cuba

Coming to terms with Cuba

Ever wondered what it’s like to travel to Cuba nowadays? Is it a undisturbed tropical paradise, or too unsafe to warrant the airline ticket? ERIN WILLIS finds out…

International travel bleeding the Red Cross dry

International travel bleeding the Red Cross dry

Escaping the country now to shy away from the cold winter may be a great idea for travellers, but with its increasing popularity, how has the winter escape affected the Red Cross’ donation rates? THOMAS FITZGERALD finds out.

The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture

Young South Australians are ditching traditional holidays and instead travelling overseas to volunteer in developing countries, writes ELISE FANTIN

Trying again overseas…

Trying again overseas…

A common fantasy of many Australian students is to head overseas and start afresh. Yet how easy is this, and can it even be a prudent decision? NICOLE SCRIVA talked to UniSA student Shaun Mercier who now lives in London, to see how life is working out abroad.

A piece of paradise in South Australia

A piece of paradise in South Australia

From Monarch butterflies to Grey kangaroos, to dolphins to sting rays, topped off by crystal clear waters, splashing on smooth sands; all of this combine to form the impressive and unique scenery at one of South Australia’s most picturesque spots and best-kept secrets, writes THEO PANAGOPOULOS.

Travel opens up world of experience to young Australians

Travel opens up world of experience to young Australians

For some young people, travel is more than just an experience: it’s a lifestyle. STACEY CANAVAN speaks to four young people about their experiences and addictions to travel.