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The North of Norway Len Rutledge heads into about as far North as you can go.

Norway is a big country. Oslo, the capital is in the south. Alta, where we are heading is over 1700 kilometres to the north. Fortunately there is a direct flight. At the airport we rent a car and head out to explore an area that is radically different to anything in Australia. … Continue Reading

Follies, fiords and The Remarkables

Helen Flanagan explores New Zealand’s South Island … It’s hard to imagine somewhere more blessed with beauty and style yet thrilling and quirky. … Continue Reading


Len Rutledge is delighted to find the city changes quickly to country as they travel southwest from Townsville, north Queensland on the Flinders Highway. Anthills replace houses and cattle are more common than people. … Continue Reading

JOHN ROZENTALS has a culinary feast — or three — on Queensland’s Gold Coast

I guess most people come here to gamble, whether they be Asian high-rollers or locals seeking the very slim chance of making a motza from a flutter. … Continue Reading

JOHN ROZENTALS visits Tathra, on the NSW Far South Coast, and finds plenty to love among the ashes of a devastating recent bushfire.

It was late 2013 that I visited the Blue Mountains not long after they’d been through bushfires described as constituting the worst natural disaster to ever hit the area. … Continue Reading

JOHN ROZENTALS finds an unlikely foodies’ haven on the NSW South Coast.

When you have lunch in a NSW South Coast backwater such as Bermagui — well, the place, despite its immense beauty, is a bit off the beaten tourist track — you hardly expect the food to be prepared by someone who has cooked for Bill Gates, worked in the kitchens of renowned British chef Rick Stein and a couple of super-yachts, and been on the team of My Kitchen Rules. … Continue Reading

Grab a mini-break in tropical Port Douglas

Sonia Lal heads to tropical Port Douglas for a short refresher. It’s a breeze.

The inflatable yellow raft bobs excitedly in the water beside me while my hand firmly grips the rope handle on the front, ensuring it won’t slip away and escape down the rapids. Just an hour ago I was stepping out of an airliner onto the hot Cairns tarmac. Now I am in a full body wetsuit knee-deep in the Mossman River of Port Douglas. … Continue Reading

The Conflict Islands: P&O’s Stunning New Destination

Dallas Sherringham finds the Conflict Islands have suddenly shot to prominence as an exciting new cruise destination for Australians looking for a sea change. … Continue Reading

JOHN ROZENTALS discovers some NSW South Coast spots with views to die for.

Never has a place been more appropriately named than where Fiona Weir Warmsley and Adam Walmsely call home. … Continue Reading

JOHN ROZENTALS finds it hard to imagine a Sydney winter without Vivid … yet it’s only been around for 10 years.

It’s certainly the festival that grew and it’s hard to believe that it is right now celebrating just its 10th anniversary … that it has only been around since 2009, when Brian Eno set the Sydney Opera House sails alight as curator of the first Vivid Sydney. … Continue Reading

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