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Water is the second of the classical elements. It is associated with emotion and intuition. Travel to, into and upon the water are also experiences of emotion and we hope to guide you on this journey.

Water is the second of the classical elements. It is associated with emotion and intuition. Travel to, into and upon the water are also experiences of emotion and we hope to guide you on this journey.

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Whale Watching
Whale Trails of NSW

From May to November, thousands of whales migrate along the New South Wales coast as they make their way from Antarctica to the South Pacific and back again. From the Tweed to Sydney and all the way to Eden, New South Wales offers a multitude of sea and land-based options to observe the traffic on the ‘Humpback Highway’.

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Thredbo Resort Unveils Winter 2021 Day Passes and Experiences

Paul Gauguin Cruises, South Pacific-based luxury small ship operatorhas released details of an extensive renovation of their ship Le Paul Gauguin. The renovation offers a fresh design to enrich guests’ sailing the South Pacific seascapes of Tahiti, the Society Islands, the Tuamotus, the Marquesas, the Cook Islands, Tonga and Fiji.

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Le Paul Gauguin unveiled

Paul Gauguin Cruises, South Pacific-based luxury small ship operatorhas released details of an extensive renovation of their ship Le Paul Gauguin. The renovation offers a fresh design to enrich guests’ sailing the South Pacific seascapes of Tahiti, the Society Islands, the Tuamotus, the Marquesas, the Cook Islands, Tonga and Fiji.

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2021 Whale Shark Season begins in Ningaloo, Western Australia

Ningaloo Reef’s whale shark season has started early with the first guests swimming with whale sharks today, on tour with Exmouth-based operator Ningaloo Discovery.

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Maldives views Western Australian style

Your choice of luxury holiday accommodation in the south west’s most sought-after locations has expanded with five stunning new holiday homes added to Private Properties’ impressive portfolio.

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Cruise Traveller releases exclusive package with free business class flights

Cruise Traveller has released a new package for August 2022 that pairs free business class flights and hotel stays with an ultra-luxury voyage exploring the wild, rarely visited places and islands along almost the entire Western Australian coastline between Darwin and Perth.

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A view to a thrill in Melbourne

I walk in to a view of Melbourne’s CBD metropolis all the way to St Kilda beach and Port Melbourne with the Yarra snaking its way through the city of lockdowns. I can spy the MCG, the Australian Open Tennis Centre, Melbourne Victory’s stadium, Federation Square, The Concert Hall and every other iconic Melbourne institution.

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The top 10 secret reefs of the Great Barrier Reef

Queensland has finally opened her borders for all Australians to enjoy our sunshine state and in 2021 there will be some wonderful offerings to put on the list.

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Ponant showcases Australia in eight new journeys

PONANT has announced the return of two of its modern fleet of small luxury expedition ships, Le Lapérouse and Le Soléal, to Australian waters in 2021. The itineraries will cover Australia for Australians.

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Polarized in Antarctica

Daniel Resnik sets sail to the continent of elephant seals and penguins with Ponant.

The Romance of Italy’s Cinque Terre

If you need to breathe romance back into an ailing relationship, there is nowhere more romantic than Italy’s Cinque Terre, a cluster of five villages on the Ligurian coast.

Australia’s Best Local Diving Escapes Where You Can Have a Scuba Diving Holiday in Your State

You don’t need to travel overseas to discover the best of the underwater world, with so many experiences to be had right here in Australia.

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