From the French Riviera to South Australia’s Murray River, this week’s episode of The West Australian’s dedicated travel podcast has it all
Some commuters will be “stranded” on Wednesday after it was announced that key train services would not run in a major city.
Authorities have sounded the alarm about a “very disturbing” trend in one state that could lead to potential tragedies.
Hamish Spence and Tia Ewen
Labour shortages are leading one of the world’s leading hotel chains to cap occupancies to ensure basic services could still be provided.
Marco Ferrarese explores north-east Sarawak
The highs and lows of Porto
The spectacular annual displays of wildflowers in Western Australia’s Coral Coast region have begun, writes PENNY THOMAS
Practical help for getting on the road
MOGENS JOHANSEN visits the home of a great Danish story teller
MOGENS JOHANSEN returns to his roots and goes cruising with Viking
Flights leaving one regional WA airport have had the largest delays in the entire country, with almost 70 per cent of planes delayed, new figures show.
GEOFFREY THOMAS has a sky-high experience
WILL YEOMAN meets Brisbane Festival Artistic Director Louise Bezzina
A range of new boutique hotels gives a US icon a facelift
Commuters are being warned to expect delays next week as there are a limited number of buses to replace trains during the strike.
STEPHEN SCOURFIELD talks air chaos while WILL YEOMAN meets Brisbane Festival’s Artistic Director Louise Bezzina
Maltesers are now the latest victims of the curse of shrinkflation.
Experts are warning travel chaos could continue for months as airlines struggle to recover from the pandemic and cope with soaring demand.
Read this before you book your new getaway as the understaffed aviation industry struggles to cope with a resurgence in demand.
An alarming number of travellers entering Australia from Indonesia are not declaring banned products in their luggage as the threat of foot-and-mouth disease looms.
The never ending blows of everyday living cost increases keep raining down upon us, with the latest hitting Aussies where it hurts - at the pub.
By Rebecca Le May and Cheyanne Enciso
It could be the most expensive hamburger of all time after a sniffer dog caught out a passenger arriving in Australia from Bali with an undeclared McDonald’s meal.
A hungry Aussie bought two egg and sausage McMuffins and a ham croissant on the way home without knowing how much it would cost them.
Steve McKenna stumbles across a secret, sleepy side of Paris
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