South Australia’s key tourism regions are reporting their busiest July school holidays ever, injecting much needed cash into recovering local economies.
New funds to build a bush tucker trail in the Flinders Ranges are helping one small town with its tourism rebrand.
‘Slow travel’ is the way to go if you have the time and budget – and even if you don’t, you can still dream. Author Penny Watson suggests six ultimate long trips, from a 55-day South American adventure to a 45-day immersion in the culture of Bordeaux.
Looking for a luxurious stay that’s fit for the rich and famous? Check out these top-of-the-range rooms oozing opulence, views and VIP service.
Fancy a gourmet beach picnic on your own private island? How about an oyster tasting around a half-submerged table in a bay or a desert dinner under the stars? Travel writer Lee Atkinson shares eight unforgettable gourmet experiences.
South Australia’s independent farmers and makers produce everything from fresh seafood and dairy products to flavoursome olive oils and fruit and veg. Callum Hann shares some of his favourite SA regional produce.
Get the hell out of the city this summer. Pack the car. Hire a car. Buy the beer and wine before you leave. Get it on the way – do whatever you need to – but don’t sleep on seeing South Australia’s renewed and reimagined regions.
Experiencing the natural beauty of the Australian outback doesn’t have to involve ‘roughing it’, as Amanda McInerney discovered on an excursion to sheep station turned tourism gem Rawnsley Park Station in the Flinders Ranges.
Whether it’s following a 17-hour trip on the Indian Pacific, a three-hour journey through New Zealand’s Middle Earth or a 134-hour voyage on a Norwegian cruise ship, slow TV is actually the perfect genre for today’s viewing habits, writes Aaron Burton.
A foodie tour is the best way to discover the delights of Hong Kong’s modest yet bustling Sham Shui Po – a neighbourhood where locals are literally waiting on the corner to tell you their story.
Fish will fly when Port Lincoln hosts its Tunarama Festival this weekend, with the town’s population expect to more than double as around 20,000 visitors head to the Eyre Peninsula for the iconic event.