A tasty tour of the Atherton Tablelands

A tasty tour of the Atherton Tablelands

I’m not going to sugar-coat it, especially as there is already plenty of sweetness on Brett’s Outback Tasting Adventures through the Atherton Tablelands, about an hour from Cairns. But the 263 twists and turns along the Gillies Highway up into the Cairns Highlands, is...
Planpay: Layby for travel

Planpay: Layby for travel

A first in the Australian travel sector, Planpay gives travellers the opportunity to create and pay off their holidays in advance. Similar to the traditional layby model, you can relax even before leaving home knowing you will be travelling debt free. With so many...
10 reasons to visit Kalbarri

10 reasons to visit Kalbarri

Situated in Australia’s Coral Coast and where the mighty Murchison River meets the Indian Ocean, lies Kalbarri. The undiluted pleasures of red ochre and turquoise are laid abundant just as nature intended. Close enough to be reached in a day, Kalbarri is far enough...
8 reasons to follow WA’s Public Silo Trail

8 reasons to follow WA’s Public Silo Trail

Western Australia’s Public Silo Trail is a 1000km self-drive journey linking six towns in the Wheatbelt all the way through to Albany in the Great Southern region. While the silos themselves are worth the drive to admire the artworks created by world-class local and...
Ubud, Bali: Eat, Lay, Bend and Write

Ubud, Bali: Eat, Lay, Bend and Write

It’s been a while since many of us have had the opportunity to travel to Ubud, Bali. But this magical island remains one of my, and many other Western Australians, favourite travel destinations. On a trip to Ubud several years ago, I channelled the famous novel Eat,...