A vacation is the perfect antidote to stress.
A vacation is the perfect antidote to stress.
SPECIAL FEATURE: Recently, the disruptive agents of the sharing economy, like Airbnb, have been blamed for bringing more tourists into the heart of communities instead of just tourist sites.
Arts, sports, beaches, culture and nature. Australia is a land of beauty and abundance. Here's six top spots for the visitor to get a big hit of Down Under.
South Australia’s Barossa advertisement, set to the music of Nick Cave, has been crowned the best international tourism film.
A recent poll revealed the top ten Australian destinations. Here's what to add to your Australian travel bucket list.
A two-year partnership between the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association and Gay and Lesbian Tourism Australia will see Australia benefiting from the lucrative gay and lesbian travel market.
Tourism Australia reports that tourism figures are the best they've been since the 2000 Sydney Olympics, with Chinese tourists leading the growth charge.
Tourism Australia is set to make the most of three major sporting events hitting Aussie soil over the next twelve months.
??Tour guides and map books are being replaced with technology as tourists explore Australia using their mobile devices and free WiFi.
Tourists in Australia spent more than AU$30 billion in the past year. Brits led the pack of international bookings and spenders, hot on the heels of the Royal tour.
List of fun Aussie answers to questions posed by prospective tourists to the great land Down Under.
Google trends show us who are interested in Australia and what makes them most curious about the land Down Under.
Sinkhole at busy London tube station has commuters stunned with a view into Australia.
Both are up there when it comes to the Best Student Cities in the World, but Sydney offers better quality of living, and is more affordable for students, compared to Melbourne.
The NSW Government are loving themselves at the moment, as Sydney is voted the second best city in the world, ahead of New York, Rome, Toronto and...Melbourne. Awkward.
Rudimental announce they will kick off their tour in Australia in September before touring the UK in October 2013.
A live 12-hour interactive show about the Great Barrier Reef, featuring underwater tweets and footage from divers, is being broadcast on YouTube. Watch the video below.
Tourism Australia has won a significant cyber-victory today after assuming control of the Twitter handle @Australia, with a private individual being stripped of the name after letting the much coveted account become inactive.
On Thursday 7 February Australia House played host to the UK launch of a book detailing the history of a Tasmanian and Australian wilderness icon — Frenchmans Cap.
Savaged by sandflies and mosquitoes, four Dutchmen were winched to safety after spending a night up a tree to evade crocodiles in Darwin Harbour.
As 2012 comes to a close, we look at the top stories dominating headlines back home in Australia, and what caught your interest here on AustralianTimes.co.uk.
A dingo has been put down by authorities in Australia after stealing a bag containing thousands of dollars of cash and jewellery from a British tourist.
Noisy backpackers camping out near Sydney's top beaches will be under scrutiny this summer as councils try to crack down on temporary accommodation.
Ringo Starr says Australian audiences will see a lot more of him when he returns Down Under next year.
Australia may be missing a golden opportunity to brand itself to the world - because the @Australia Twitter handle is dormant.
VIDEO | Amazing footage from the Solar Eclipse in Queensland, Australia.
In an already darkened sky in the UK last night, thousands of curious Australians and interested viewers tuned in to a live webcast of the solar eclipse that traversed the skies over Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef early Wednesday morning AEST.
SOLAR ECLIPSE LIVE STREAM | Early Wednesday morning in Australia, Tropical North Queensland will experience a total solar eclipse, the likes of which have not been seen in that region since 710AD. With 60,000 visitors journeying to the area for the event, all those not booked onto a cruise ship ...
Australia is pricing itself out of the backpacker market by hiking the cost of working holiday visas, the peak national tourism body warns.
It may not quite be the Olympics, but unless Usain Bolt can do the sprints in thongs or James Magnussen can swim freestyle against crocodiles, they probably won't be invited to the Outback Games.
When a new commercial promoting Australian tourism was launched last month featuring the music of Dewayne Everettsmith, the question most were left asking was: "Who the bloody hell is he?"