• TravelBulletin for March 2021

    Sarina Bratton’s dive into the deep end of officialdom, why Fiji should be top of your wishlist and more.

  • TravelBulletin for February 2021

    Will the COVID-19 vaccines return travel to normal, government grant saga continues and more

  • TravelBulletin for December 2020

    Skroo Turner on Flight Centre, the pandemic, and the future, Indigenous cultural experiences in NSW, COVID-19 vaccine and more

  • TravelBulletin for November 2020

    Pay packets of travel’s fat cats are looking skinny in the Million Dollar Club, road trip NSW’s south coast, exclusive interviews with Cover-More and Webjet CEOs and more

  • Q&A

    TRAVEL to Japan is currently booming, so we asked Traveller’s Choice members Kerry Fiske and Belinda Ferguson from Clayfield Travel Professionals in QLD, who are certified Masters of Japan Travel, to share their tips.

  • 2017: Where did it go?!

    Bruce Piper looks at how innovation has affected the industry — in both good and bad ways — during the year that was.

  • There’s more to Indonesia than Bali

    Been to Bali? Think you know Indonesia? Think again. Christine Retschlag sails beyond Bali and discovers the remote east islands of Indonesia.

  • America the Beautiful

    Dramatic gorges, snow-capped volcanoes and pioneer history provide plenty of wonders on a river cruise along America’s Columbia and Snake rivers, Brian Johnston discovers.

  • Make your Europe adventure cruisey

    WITH Australians itching to get overseas and start exploring the world, seeing Europe on a cruise is the perfect way to safely pack in multiple destinations to your next adventure, discovers Myles Stedman.

  • Cruise’s summer season on a knife’s edge

    BY Myles Stedman

  • Coral Expeditions unveils 2022 sailings

    AUSTRALIAN small ship cruise operator Coral Expeditions is reaping the benefits of its local flagging and small size and has announced its full schedule of sailings for 2022, including beefing up its Kimberley departures in response to demand and releasing its 2023 dates as well for that region.

  • Vandekreeke hangs up her cruise shoes

    AFTER 13 years at the helm of the Carnival Cruise Line business in Australia, President and General Manager Australia Jennifer Vandekreeke will leave the company to take up a yet-to-be announced role within the local travel industry.

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