South Australia has everything a food lover could ever possibly wish for; incredible wine, fabulous local produce, a plethora of artisan bakers, cheese makers and numerous dairies (the milk/yoghurt product sort not the corner sort), making South Australia arguably the … Read more
We all need something to look forward to and with summer holidays quickly becoming a distant memory, it is time to fill the calendar year with treats to savour. Having visited Noosa Food & Wine Festival in May 2013, … Read more
Some of us are habitual virtual holiday planners. We get excited about airline specials and reading reviews on Trip Advisor, yet never get much further than our chair in front of the computer. Being one of these people, … Read more
The close proximity of Norfolk Island to New Zealand makes it an ideal travel destination, but how much do most of us know about this isle in the Pacific? If I am to be honest, not much, but all this … Read more
Tahiti is the perfect stopover on a long trans-Pacific flight, and a great place for children to garner some foreign language skills, writes Tracey Mehrtens Editor, of on location, Harvey World Travel’s magazine.
Along with location, weather and food, where you stay can make or break a holiday experience. Although I haven’t always been a Resort convert, a recent trip to Club Med Phuket shows me exactly how good a family holiday can be!
“Always do sober what you said you’d do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut.” ― Ernest Hemingway. Drunk is overstating things, but I probably wasn’t completely sober either when I spontaneously suggested we should do a … Read more
Everyone has a different image in their mind’s eye when it comes to the most romantic hideaway on the planet, and an exotic escape to a secluded spot where the climate is warm, the sea tepid and spa treatments are … Read more
“It’s important to look beneath the surface,” says Brett, our guide from Bookabee Tours, patting the trunk of a tall eucalypt tree. “Red rivergums like this one, for instance, grow only where there is constant water. Where we are standing … Read more
Make a day or three of it – all year-round Whether you choose to visit on a warm summer’s day or during its crisp but seldom frosty winter, the McLaren Vale wine region, 35 kilometres south of Adelaide, offers … Read more
There’s nothing like Australia! This month’s travel section is full of sights and tastes from destinations all around Australia, after all ‘there’s nothing like Australia’. There’s also some great prizes up for grabs. Kiwis love holidaying in Australia more than … Read more
A short flight across the Tasman lands you at one of the top food cities of the world – Sydney. Along with boasting a plethora of world class restaurants – both Tetsuya and Rockpool have made the world’s top 50 … Read more
The art of offering delectable cuisine and the finest of wine on a menu has become a passion for many a chef, inspired by an almost endless choice of ingredients able to be sourced the whole world over.
The drive north from Sydney into the New South Wales Central Coast and Hunter Valley is a journey into abundance. In the first hour the M3 motorway glides past the spectacular coastal scenery of the Hawkesbury River, where no fewer … Read more