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Zagreb has just about everything!

It may not have an Eiffel Tower, Colosseum or Trafalgar Square, but what the dynamic Croatian capital lacks in monumental icons, it does have a treasure or two of its own – even if they are somewhat quirky, writes John Newton. … Continue Reading

JOHN ROZENTALS is overwhelmed by the standards of Queenstown’s The Rees and loves its chef’s creative and highly original matching of food with some great Central Otago pinot noir.

Through confusion that The Rees Hotel at New Zealand’s Queenstown accepts full responsibility for, Felton Road winemaker Blair Walter is running decidedly late. … Continue Reading

Historic Train Journeys in Yorkshire

John Newton returned to his roots in northern England to jump aboard the Settle to Carlisle train, which runs across a stunning viaduct and takes in the unforgettable views of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and neighbouring Cumbria.   … Continue Reading

On ya bike!

With a little pre-planning, some careful packing, and a reliable bike with all the latest gadgets it’s easier than ever to take off on a week-long motorcycle ride, says Brad Foster. … Continue Reading

Discovering the Kimberley Coast

Michael Osborne retraces the ‘never to be forgotten’ time he explored the Kimberley Coast. … Continue Reading

Zip Lining in Thailand

Bob Anthony chases his boyhood dream

AS a youngster, I use to marvel at Tarzan’s ability to swing through the trees on conveniently placed vines and envied him thinking how much fun that would be. … Continue Reading

Wilpena Pound: A triumph under tarpaulin

“The roads were awful and the old bus slow and bumpy!”

Roderick Eime takes his mother on a nostalgic trip to the Flinders Ranges. … Continue Reading

Morocco with Back-Roads Touring

Michael Osborne finds sitting in a Bedouin camp looking up at a zillion stars while the breeze whispered through the mysterious Sahara sandhills was the most amazing highlight of his recent journey across Morocco. … Continue Reading

Barcaldine Celebrates Working Class Heroes

Dallas Sherringham discovers that when travelling through central Queensland, make sure you leave a day or two spare to learn the unique story of Barcaldine. … Continue Reading

JOHN ROZENTALS finds eight great things to love about South Australia’s iconic Barossa Valley, including, of course, a couple of historic wine experiences.

1) Break some bread at the Apex Bakery in Tanunda and taste bread and scrolls like they used to taste. The bakery was founded in 1924 by Albert Hoffman and purchased in the 1930s by Keith Fechner, who had started working there as a 12-year-old. … Continue Reading

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