I stand at one of the most famous passenger ports in the world, looking out to sea. I'm feeling inspired by the freezing gulf before me, yet a little demoralised by this place. It's the end of the world. Who wouldn't be?
The first southern right whales have arrived at Head of Bight for the calving season, marking the beginning of what is expected to be another bumper whale-watching season.
I swing gently in my hammock, my big toe rippling up powdery white sand. But after a few weeks' wait for my tropical break, this isn't quite how I pictured my slice of Fijian paradise.
Quarries are not generally noted for their elegance, but the glorious Butchart Gardens on Vancouver Island show a makeover at its very best.
Many people may dream about quitting their jobs and travelling to Italy in search of the good life; Adelaide Hills writer Pip Williams and her family actually did it.
GALLERY: Examples of Adelaide street art sit alongside bold and sometimes provocative murals from all over the world in a new Lonely Planet book.
More than 100 vintage motorcycles and thousands of spectators will flock to Sellicks Beach next month when beach races are held for the first time since 1953.
Deception Island in the South Shetland Islands offers grim reminders of a time when whales were hunted and killed in their thousands. It is a place full of deception – morbid and unpredictable, but also heavenly.
I hear Godzilla before I see him. The roar echoes around the plaza, and I'm the only one to look up.
Thinking about trying Mt Lofty with kids? If you’re unsure how they'll cope with the daunting mountain climb, start from the beautiful Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens.