Travel News

    ‘Disgusting’: Passenger’s ‘dirty’ selfie

    ‘Disgusting’: Passenger’s ‘dirty’ selfie

    Plane passenger horrified after spotting a stranger’s dirty feet on headrest.

    Sir Richard Branson brings adults-only cruise to Aussies

    premium_icon Sir Richard Branson brings adults-only cruise to Aussies

    Sir Richard Branson launches Virgin Voyages

    Boeing: 737 MAX to fly again in January

    Boeing: 737 MAX to fly again in January

    Boeing says its 737 MAX should resume commercial flights in January

    Influencer in trouble over duck pic

    Influencer in trouble over duck pic

    Outrage over blogger’s photo in front of gates of Auschwitz

    Guides

      PART 1: Learn the basics of surfing with Robbie and Carlene Sherwell, of XL Surfing Academy in this series aimed at getting you in the water.

      Surfing: Where to start when you don't know how

      Learn to surf online with Robbie and Carlene Sherwell

      AS THE Coast swelters through a second summer heatwave all most people want to do is cool off. Here are some fantastic options.

      VIDEO: Coast's best, secret freshwater swimming holes

      All most people want to do during the heatwave is cool off

      Snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all in more than 13 years on the job.

      premium_icon 10 common snakes and how to identify them

      Snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all

      CONSIDERING the vast amount of stunning bushland that covers much of Australia, it is no wonder bushwalking has cemented itself as a popular pastime.

      Five of the best to places to bushwalk

      Popular pass time offers something for everyone

      Tourism

        Two backpackers seriously injured in a shark attack in the Whitsundays last week will no longer have free medical treatment from the Australian Government.

        premium_icon Medical funding runs out for shark attack victims

        Health funding runs out for shark attack victims

        A search for a missing tourist has ended with a grim discovery, after a shark was hauled from the water with a personal item in its stomach.

        Disturbing find inside shark’s stomach

        Tourist's hand with wedding ring found inside shark’s stomach

        Two travellers claim they were almost knocked out by a “rotten” discovery in a hotel.

        premium_icon Hotel guest tells of smelly surprise

        Hotel guests say they were ‘almost knocked out’ by a putrid smell.

        A GREAT Barrier Reef tourism operator has been fined $20,000 for illegally taking tourists to Lady Musgrave Island while its permit was suspended.

        premium_icon Tourism operator cops $20k fine for ‘misunderstanding’

        1770 Marina Pty Ltd pleaded guilty in Gladstone Magistrates Court