• 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.

  • TravelBulletin for August 2019

    Disruptors: what’s the big deal? Find out in the August issue of travelBulletin as we take a look at the various disruptors in the travel industry.

  • TravelBulletin for July 2019

    In this month’s issue we take a look at how we can be better at attracting young people to a career in the travel industry, which includes interviews with some of this year’s NTIA Young Agent of the Year nominees. We also have features on Western Europe, South Africa, India and Sri Lanka and Faith Journeys. Plus a bumper feature for BEN focused on NSW, Business View, Cruise and of course our latest news analysis.

  • 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.

  • Magical Mauritius

    Whether you’re a culture vulture, fitness freak or simply keen to relax in endless lagoons and luxury hotels, this island nation really does have it all, writes Dilvin Yasa.

  • Journey to the place where it all began

    There’s a moment when you realise that this is the spot. Right here: this is the place where history changed. Jerusalem.

  • Art with Impact: 5 must see museums

    Time is precious and the great galleries of Europe can be vast and overwhelming. For anyone who can’t face the crowds at the Louvre, here are five other options that pack a lot of punch with minimal fuss.

  • Spanish Seduction

    Close your eyes and picture stereotypical Spain’s blue-tiled patios, orange trees, flamenco dancing and whitewashed buildings – and welcome to Ronda writes Brian Johnston.

  • Steve Jones’ Say

    MY final column of a calendar year is usually reserved for a recap, a mini review of the year, if you like.

  • Immerse yourself in country

    ACCORDING to Tourism Research Australia, while 11% of international travellers will take part in an indigenous experience on their holiday to Australia, only 1% of domestic travellers do the same. With international borders closed, there has never been a better time to get to know the culture and traditions of Aboriginal Australians, and luckily there are plenty to enjoy in NSW. Sarah Beyer discovers just some of what the state has to offer.

  • Riding out the darkest storm

    HAVING seen his life’s work start to crumble and his personal wealth decimated in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic this year, you’d have to forgive Flight Centre Managing Director Graham Turner for being a little glum. But quite to the contrary, Skroo appears to be accepting, pragmatic and even optimistic for the future of the travel giant that he co-founded 38 years ago, despite the ravages of coronavirus. Bruce Piper reports.

  • Celebrity simplifies and increases Australian commitment

    CELEBRITY Cruises has announced a major change to its pricing, with a new approach called “Always Included”, meaning all fares will include wi-fi, drinks and gratuities as standard.