Fiji's tourism operators have welcomed the first flight from Sydney after the Pacific Island nation reopened to visitors, with more flights due in coming days.
PATRICK CORNISH uncovers layers of history in Ngilgi Cave
Travel stocks have plunged amid fears of a new COVID-19 variant that has forced some countries to implement border restrictions.
Recent innovations in aviation and cruising are transforming the travel industry, says GEOFFREY THOMAS
Virgin Australia has signed up for seven more Boeing 737-800NGs and has advised all staff that they will be re-employed by December.
WILL YEOMAN revisits some of his favourite historic buildings in the north of England
Australia’s cultural capital has another string to its bow with a funky new Ovolo hotel designed in collaboration with Sydney-based design studio Luchetti Krelle
It seems that Australians love collecting frequent flyer points, but what’s the best way to maximise the value from all the collecting when WA’s international borders remain firmly shut?
Qantas is set to take off, says chairman Richard Goyder, despite the airline enduring a horrid 18 months during which it enjoyed just 30 days without travel restrictions.
Foreign travellers to Indonesia who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 will only have to quarantine for three days instead of five.
A leading business group has urged the government to scrap all quarantine requirements for the fully vaccinated so more people can travel to Australia.
As international flights resumed, travellers are being urged not to try their luck with items which could pose a huge threat to the country.
Acting Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has slammed Mark McGowan for keeping the border shut, and warned West Australians will want to join the rest of country in travelling overseas.
Four-wheel drivers visiting Harvey Dam have faced scrutiny from dam manager Water Corporation after hooning, illegal fires and violence started to occur regularly at the site.
A NSW tourism campaign has been launched in a bid to bring visitors back to the state after Sydney endured more than 100 days in COVID-19 lockdown.
Visitors from nearly 50 countries, including Australia, have been granted exemption from COVID quarantine as Thailand looks to rebuild its tourism industry.
Australians are one step closer to being able to freely and safely travel overseas with the Federal Government formally launching vaccine passports.
Australians who have parents overseas may soon be able to see their loved ones as Australia looks to make a major change to the definition of immediate families.
The federal government has bolstered the latest round of the Building Better Regions Fund to $300 million to drive the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Graham Turner claims he is aware of several other ‘travel and tourism companies’ willing to join a High Court lawsuit over the State’s strict border policy.
Vaccinated visitors will soon be able to travel to Bangkok and popular tourist areas including Chiang Mai, Krabi, Pattaya and Cha-am without quarantining.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has signalled when overseas travel will be back on the cards, saying international borders may reopen ‘well before’ the end of the year.
Qantas has scrapped the Perth-London non-stop flight until April next year and is delaying the restart of some domestic flights out of WA based on assumptions around border restrictions.
The unmarked graves of some 800 convicts responsible for building Port Arthur by hand and hard labour have been painstakingly conserved.
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