The recovery of world air traffic is going to be slower than hoped according to S&P Global Ratings, which now forecasts normality won’t return until 2024.
WILL YEOMAN looks at a handy new book offering “simple steps to becoming a savvy solo traveller”
FOUR tourists have been rescued by a CareFlight helicopter after a serious car crash in Kakadu National Park
Flowers, art and literature are bursting forth, as the West’s Travel team discovers this week
RONAN O’CONNELL discovers Sydney’s most diverse tourist site
Chilean musician Francisco Matus may be the only person to master playing guitar and pan pipes at the same time, writes STEPHEN SCOURFIELD
HEALTH Minister Natasha Fyles has hit back at complaints about the ‘sub par’ meals and rooms at the Howard Springs facility and said quarantine isn’t supposed to be a holiday
Huawei’s new flagship smartphone lands in Australia
The region’s flora bursts to life, as MOGENS JOHANSEN discovers
CHIEF Minister Michael Gunner is asking Territorians to cancel their Christmas holidays plans interstate with NT’s border controls expected to remain until 2022
TIM DAWE says Ludwig II was the Michael Jackson of his time
Colourful characters, compelling cities and beguiling scenery flavours STEVE McKENNA’s epic European rail trip
MOGENS JOHANSEN goes east to enjoy the history of the countryside an hour from Perth
A Perth mother desperate to get home for her young son’s birthday is stranded in the UK despite having a return ticket and a travel exemption.
There’s never been a better time to visit the Bungle Bungles, with the 450sqkm range sheltering sparse groups of explorers from each other, making them feel they’ve been transported to another world.
Elise Van Aken
QANTAS has started its new, three-times-a-week, Sydney-Darwin-Hong Kong service
Samsung reveal their latest Galaxy offerings
The closure of the border with Queensland may be inconvenient, but experts say our tourism sector could benefit as a result - particularly in the north of the state.
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD explores the ancient world of Zoroastrianism
Whether you’re in Spain or in the Pilbara, solitude comes in many forms
STEVE McKENNA savours the alpine delights of France’s Savoie region
Dreamy architecture makes Barcelona the perfect city for a wander, writes STEVE McKENNA
SUPERCAR teams and transporters carrying cars have been held up at the NT/QLD border as they await permission to cross
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