Barry Barford ponders the historical rivalry between Australia's two largest cities and looks at their latest attractions.
Judy gets up close and personal with Australia's pelicans.
A singular chain of fortunate events allows a crayfish that was doomed to dinner to enjoy life as an aquarium star.
Despite closed international borders, Australia's tourism promotion efforts have kept it at the top of travelers' minds.
Barry Barford continues his journey through Australia's tropical North Queensland.
Barry looks back nostalgically at a former home in northern Australia.
Qantas is making long-range plans—which could become short-range—to fly its A380s again, one of few airlines to do so.
Australia is taking first steps toward resuming international travel by removing restrictions on travel to New Zealand.
Barry shares with us a visit to lovely Broome, a relatively remote spot on Australia's northwest coast.
Qantas breaks the boredom by selling passengers tickets for a one-day roundtrip adventure—but only spilling the destination once on board.
Two Oneworld carriers are seeking permission to get even closer, with joint scheduling and more.
Qantas will hold off restoring service to the U.S. at least until the end of next year as it restores flights to less risky destinations.
With its international routes grounded, Qantas offers its business-class amenity packs to grounded flyers.
If 'nowhere' is where you think you can fly, some airlines are ready to take you there.
With international travel off the table for Australians, new opportunities are arising for domestic travel—including a 4000-kilometer five-day pub crawl by private plane that takes in eight notable pubs. Offered for the equivalent of about €4800 per person, groups of up to ten fly in a chartered Cessna Caravan spread across the outback. Pubs to be visited include one whose front bar is a collection of memorabilia left behind by visitors, and one with significant art. Aside from the pubs,...