• TravelBulletin for June 2020

    The June issue for travelBulletin is here and it’s a cracker. In this edition’s cover story we ask what does the future of AFTA look like, following the exit of CEO Jayson Westbury who was a hugely visible figure for the organisation, along with the hibernation of the AFTA Chargeback Scheme and the prospect of no income for the rest of the year. Along with answering that important question, this issue also includes a feature on South Australia. With international travel still on pause, now is a perfect time for Aussie to explore their own backyard. We also have our regular cruise and news sections, with analysis and updates of some of the major developments of the last month.

  • TravelBulletin for May 2020

    This month’s issue of travelBulletin includes our usual coverage of all the latest news. In the cover story, Bruce Piper delves into the question of how the travel industry can survive COVID-19 and what recovery might look like. We also have an in-depth breakdown of the Government stimulus packages, who is eligible and what you need to apply.

  • TravelBulletin for April 2020

    This month’s issue is our special green edition! The cover story focuses on flight shaming and how aviation is looking after the environment. Being the green issue we also take a look at some of the key pillars to sustainable tourism: looking after communities, oceans, wildlife and carbon emissions. Of course we can’t ignore the rapid escalation of the coronavirus crisis over the last month, so there’s feature articles about the impact of the pandemic on cruise, air and land operators and events.

  • TravelBulletin for March 2020

    Coronavirus: prognosis negative? Bruce Piper investigates what kind of effect the outbreak of COVID-19 will have on the travel industry. In this issue there’s also features on Europe, expedition cruising, Africa and Thailand. We’ve also got the regular business view and cruise features, including a breakdown of the most luxurious suites at sea. Plus in issues and trends read about Singapore Airlines NDC and The Travel Corporation’s 100th anniversary.

  • Voyages to Antiquity present their Winter 2018/19 programme

    Voyages to Antiquity’s exciting new 2018/19 programme is now on sale.

  • Faifai Lemu, it’s the Samoan Way of life

    “WE are all travellers in the wilderness of this world, and the best we can find in our travels is an honest friend” — Robert Louis Stevenson. Lisa Maroun explores Samoa and discovers why this famous Scottish author fell in love with the Samoans and their island nation, so much so he requested his final resting place to be in the island nation.

  • Lucky Eight

    MALAYSIA is bursting with variety, offering rainforest adventures, fish-filled reefs, holiday islands, historic towns and cultural diversity. Brian Johnston gives us eight of its highlights.1. KUALA LUMPUR

  • Tokyo By Night

    TOKYO doesn’t stop at night. In fact, it comes to life. And there’s so much for newcomers to enjoy, writes Ben Groundwater.

  • A special message from Travel Daily

    We are with you – a message from Bruce and Jenny Piper, owners of Travel Daily.

  • United Airlines’ world orchestra

    Transporting musicians from one culture to another, United Airlines’ “World Orchestra” demonstrates the power of music–and travel–to unite the world.

  • Take a closer look at Crystal Endeavor

    From extreme polar regions to remote tropical isles, Crystal Endeavor sets sail in August 2020 and will explore the world’s most intriguing destinations with extraordinary insight.

  • The Regent Suite aboard Seven Seas Splendor

    This video showcases the incredible Regent Suite aboard the brand new Regent Seven Seas Splendor – truly the most luxurious suite at sea.

  • Tripfuser funding win

    TRAVEL planning marketplace Tripfuser has successfully completed a $4.5 million funding round, with the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV) leading the investment which will help the Australian technology company take its operations to the next level.

  • It’s time to plan a restart

    THE release of the Tourism Restart Timetable last month sparked hope in the industry by mapping a road to recovery.

  • TTC serves up new domestic options

    IN a time of upheaval, disappointed customers and overworked agents, The Travel Corporation has been busy expanding its domestic range to allow customers to travel sooner and bring sellers a step closer to their coveted commission.

  • AFTA view

    TOM Manwaring, AFTA Chairman, on behalf of the AFTA Board