• TravelBulletin for August 2018

    Keeping it in the family – travel businesses run by family members, special NTIA feature, Europe, Australian Escapes, India and Sports travel plus regulars Business View, BEN, Cruise and in-depth coverage of industry news

  • travelBulletin NTIA 2018 supplement

    The 2018 National Travel Industry Awards night held last Saturday continued its reputation as the premier event for the industry. travelBulletin was there to capture every moment of elation and excitement and we have put together this special supplement so the whole industry can reflect on the celebrations.

  • TravelBulletin for July 2018

    IATA is not a four letter word – the low down on the new regulations coming to Australia, South Africa, USA, South America, Wellness travel plus regular sections Cruise, BEN, Business View and a special feature on the history of the NTIA, along with all the industry news.

  • TravelBulletin for June 2018

    We sat down and got to know some of the pioneers of the industry in our June cover story. There are features on Cuba, Indochina, New Zealand, Wildlife, Cultural experiences plus the regular Cruise, Business view and of course all the industry news.

  • 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.

  • Vietnam Laos Cycle

    The looks on the locals’ faces say it all. What are these people doing? Why would rich Westerners, the lucky few who have all the money in the world, who have all the freedom to travel in whichever way they please, be travelling by bike?

  • Watch the ponies through a new dawn

    P&O Cruises is offering punters the chance to attend Lexus Melbourne Cup Day on 6 November and take in a seven-night sailing on board the Pacific Dawn, departing and returning to Brisbane with a single port stop in Melbourne between 2-8 November.

  • Q&A: Sports travel

    Australians have always been mad for sports in any form, from swimming to rugby. But selling travel to sports events can be more complex than it might first appear. travelBulletin sat down with Paul Ramsay from Travel and Sports Australia (TASA) to get the low-down on how agents can sell these bucket-list experiences.

  • Floating towards Tokyo 2020

    JTB Group Japan, one of the largest travel agents in Japan, has revealed plans to charter the 260-metre long, 2,000 passenger Sun Princess from 23 July to 10 August to serve as a floating hotel during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in the Port of Yokohama.