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Cruises in Western Australia

Rock art near Raft Point.

Western Australia

Coast hop, with a twist

Helen Anderson sails into a world of whales, waterfalls and Wandjina spirits.

Cruising

Jeeves of the seas

Silver Shadow cruise ship, Silversea Cruises.

Sally Macmillan The worldwide popularity of the TV drama Downton Abbey has apparently caused a rise in demand for butlers in the style of Mr Carson.

Cruising

From one grande dame to another

Personality plus ... (from far left) Shirley Johnson's 1952 passport; relaxing on the Athena's deck; it's always show time in the lounge; sweet temptation; cocktails.

The old-time Athena stirs fond memories of girls at sea, writes Mal Chenu.

Western Australia

Lure of the Kimberley

Water cooled ... (clockwise from main) a dousing at King Cascade

Robert Upe cruises a remote coast full of wonders, where the waterfalls are horizontal and the predators are never far away.

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Cruising the Kimberley

Cruising the spectacular Kimberley on board the Orion.

Queen Mary 2 docks in Fremantle

The biggest cruise ship to ever visit Australia arrived in the harbour town today.

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Map of Western Australia

Travel News

Women, sex and holidays: Study looks at female tourists' sexual behaviour

Some women use holidays as an opportunity to 'feel like a man' and have no-strings-attached sexual encounters.

9:06am | Some women use holidays as an opportunity to 'feel like a man' and have sex with no strings attached.

Cheeky marmot photobombs, ruins Greenpeace timelapse video

KYLIE MCLAUGHLIN 19 Aug | Timelapse video of glacier ruined thanks to 'Marmot Love'.

Melbourne is the world's most liveable city, again

RICHARD WILLINGHAM 19 Aug | Melbourne has retained its status as the world's most liveable city for a fourth consecutive year, out-scoring three other Australian cities in the top 10.

Sultan of Brunei bids for New York's Plaza Hotel

19 Aug | Brunei's latest hotel bid follows celebrities, including Richard Branson and Anna Wintour, who have called for a boycott of luxury hotels owned by the sultan, including the Dorchester in London.

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