• TravelBulletin for June 2019

    When two plus two’s not you: single parent families are on the rise and there’s a gap in the market for travel catering to this group. We’ve also got features on Thailand, USA, Christmas and winter markets, skiing and New Zealand. And of course our usual coverage of the most recent news for travel, cruise, business events and careers.

  • 2019 Land Supplier Guide

    The 2019 edition of our annual Land Supplier Guide is now available. This year, we’ve changed the name from the […]

  • TravelBulletin for May 2019

    Our special green issue, featuring an in-depth look at the impact that sustainable practices in travel can really have, plus features on Canada and Alaska, South America, the Caribbean and Ireland and our regular coverage of business events, cruise and the latest news

  • TravelBulletin for April 2019

    The midas touch: how influencers can turn holiday snaps to gold for travel brands, plus features on river cruising, small group touring, Korea, unique accommodation, China and our usual Business View, BEN, Cruise and coverage of the latest news and analysis

  • Indigenous Opportunities

    TOURISM and Indigenous culture go hand in hand in many countries around the world. Steve Jones investigates how different companies here in Australia are investing in Aboriginal culture’s rich heritage, and how indigenous people are getting involved with showing their homeland and traditions to tourists.

  • Luxury trekking

    The words luxury and trekking are not often found in the same sentence, however trekking isn’t all about mud, sweat and tears writes Emma Lovell.

  • Step back in Thailand Time

    See a new side of the Land of Smiles by visiting its ancient capital, writes Kristie Kellahan.

  • Time Travellers

    Dr Who might take to his Tardis to travel through time, but visitors to Israel and Jordan can do the same by coach or car, and uncover thousands of years of history, writes Brian Johnston.

  • Travel’s ageless appeal

    THE older generation is embracing more active, involved and eco-conscious forms of travel than ever before — and they’re enjoying every minute of it, writes Brian Johnston.

  • Older sisters doing it for themselves

    WHILE there has been a documented rise in the number of women undertaking solo travel over the last five years, more recently an increase in the number of women over the age of 55 has also been observed, according to Black Tomato’s Travel Expert Amy Hellman.

  • Baby boomers drive for longer

    WHEN it comes to taking off across the country on an exploratory caravan trip, it is the 55-plus age bracket who currently embarking on the biggest adventures, taking holidays that are 50% longer than the combined average of every other demographic.

  • Agents still king with seniors

    TRAVEL advisors are still very much in the hearts and minds of older travellers, with a recent study by Travelport suggesting that 72% of Australian baby boomers value the notion of seeking advice from agents before they head off on a holiday.

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