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Australia

Australia is the unexpected: a place where the world’s oldest cultures share vast ochre plains, stylish laneways and unimaginably blue waters with successive waves of new arrivals from across the globe.

The Ghan train through central Australia

Image: Journey Beyond Australia is a huge country, and one of the best ways to go from south to north through the centre is to take the luxury train called The Ghan. The train runs from Adelaide in South Australia to Darwin in the Northern Territory (and vice versa), and is a journey that...

Pyrmont Bay to Circular Quay by Ferry

Image: Steve Collins Undoubtedly one of the world’s greatest and most magnificent harbours, Sydney Harbour has many secrets, many of which are revealed when you take a trip on a Sydney Harbour Ferry. Pyrmont Bay is a historic part of Sydney due to its location just opposite the main...

El Questro in the East Kimberley

Image: Steve Collins In the top right hand of Western Australia is El Questro a magnificent cattle station and tourist park that can simply overwhelm the senses. Large cattle stations are reasonably common in this part of the world, in Australia’s Top End, but El Questro is adorned with...

Kimberley Quest discover the breathtaking

Image: Kimberley Quest/Matt Fieldes Kimberley Quest explores the bays and rivers of the remote Kimberley in Western Australia’s Northwest, and it’s a most unique and wonderful experience. Kimberley Quest is a small cruise ship of nine cabins, catering for a maximum of 18 guests.  The...

Perth to Kalgoorlie Prospector

Image: Steve Collins Western Australia is, by far, Australia’s largest state.  Rich in agricultural resources and minerals, Western Australia has one of the world’s biggest mining industries, and the town of Kalgoorlie is still a huge producer of gold. The distance between Perth and...

Supping at Sea around Western Australia

Image: Sea West With 12,500 km of coastline, Western Australia has some spectacular scenery. Sea West takes you to some of the most gorgeous places whilst you dine on fresh local seafood, produce and wine. Sea West truly does present you with the best in the West. Board luxury vessels for...

Overview: Bundaberg

Bundaberg region is a place where the beach meets the Great Barrier Reef and where turtles call home. You will find that your plates are always filled with abundant local produce and the rum is always world-class. It has a dash of country town with a sophistication of a thriving...

Free Spirit Pods Bruny Island

Home to some of Tasmania’s most beautifully preserved natural environments with abundant wildlife and stunning cliff top views, Bruny Island is about 50 km long. It appears to be two islands with North and South Bruny joined by a narrow strip of land called The Neck. To access...

Hotel Review The Star Grand Gold Coast

Located in Broadbeach on the Gold Coast in the buzzing entertainment precinct of The Star Casino Gold Coast complex, The Star Grand Hotel is a destination in itself. With its luxurious accommodation and spa, iconic bars, restaurants and entertainment precincts, alongside the thrills of a...

Restaurant Review Uncle Su

Uncle Su at The Star Gold Coast – Photo Credit – Kate Webster Uncle Su invites you to enjoy the freshest live seafood, hand-made lunchtime yum cha and a delicious blend of Cantonese style favourites with a selection of signature Beijing and Szechuan dishes. Relax in the lounge...