Leaving the noise and hurry of Melbourne behind her, Rachel Bache heads to the tranquil lakeside town of Daylesford.
Tony and Selena Reid fly NZ045 from the Cook Islands to New Zealand.
Trying to do the right thing to protect our borders is frustrating for Fergus Blakiston.
A few years ago, a couple of mates and I schlepped our way around Italy over four weeks. It's fair to say we were not as…
There's a plethora of tips out there to make travelling easier, writes Diana Balham.
Should tall people have to pay extra to get a more comfortable airline seat? Our Travel Editor investigates.
Sharing your home is great, but Paul Davies would have liked a little more help from his host in Croatia.
A recent German court ruling on urination has separated the men from the boys, writes Winston Aldworth ... and it'll save tourists much confusion.
Technology is handy, writes Josh Martin, but local knowledge is better.
A year-long global ed-venture (education adventure) is giving a mother and her young son a year of discovery they will never forget.
Airports go to great - and often expensive - lengths to keep the approach to runways free of birds.
It's buyer beware when booking over the internet, says Donna McIntyre, but travel agents can get it wrong, too.
After the recent spate of tourist-related car accidents making headlines, I set off on a South Island road trip the most hypervigilant behind the wheel I've ever been.
In Vancouver last year, I was struck by the coolness of the Digital Orca sculpture by Douglas Coupland which graces the city's waterfront.
Don't be surprised to see a pet perched at the sharp end of the plane, writes Pamela Wade.
AirBnB isn't for everyone. And it's definitely not for the apprehensive or risk-adverse, writes Lee Suckling.
Elisabeth Easther enjoys the grotto and more at a lakeside retreat in Taupo.
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