• TravelBulletin for November 2019

    Do wholesalers have a future? Find out in the November issue of travelBulletin. We also have details on which destinations are going to be most popular in 2020, plus the Mediterranean, Polar regions and Canada. Discover what Scenic’s new ship Scenic Eclipse is like, plus our regular news coverage on travel, business events and cruise.

  • 2020 Cruise Guide

    The 2020 edition of our annual Cruise Guide is now available and this issue is our biggest ever. In it […]

  • TravelBulletin for October 2019

    The Million Dollar Club: how much top travel executives were paid last year, along with features on Europe, Japan, South & Central America and the Pacific, plus our regular cruise, BEN, business and latest news coverage

  • TravelBulletin for September 2019

    This month we take a look at the rise in travellers visiting places with a dark history. Plus there’s a bumper cruise section along with destination features on the United States, Asia, Africa and family holidays.

  • 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.

  • The diamond in the rough

    DESPITE enduring weeks in lockdown on board Diamond Princess, home-based agent for Your Travel Centre, Kareem Abdelmaksoud, said he would have no qualms about going on another sailing in the future — only his preference might be a river cruise next time.

  • I go to Rio…eventually

    THERE were many faces of the evolving saga that became the story of Australians stranded at sea on cruise ships in the face of increasing port closures around the world.

  • Riding the wave in uncharted waters

    ONLY those living under a rock would be unaware of the truly catastrophic impact that COVID-19 has had on the global cruise sector.

  • In brief: Cruise April 2020 issue

    DESPERATE times calls for desperate measures, and that’s exactly what Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) enacted last month when they undertook an astute passenger swap operation off the coast of Thailand.