Surfing & Diving : Article
Andrew Taylor From all angles, stunning is the word, writes Andrew Taylor.
Lance Richardson explores nations rich in culture, charm and conflict as he hops over a key expanse of the Pacific.
Katrina Lobley finds herself in the midst of an underwater ballet while swimming with the manta rays of Kona.
Fleur Bainger cruises 12 hours west of Broome to one of the world's most pristine marine parks.
Craig Tansley climbs on board a helicopter for Queenstown's new attraction - to surf the west coast and ski powder snow in the mountains all in one day.
Darren Gray Despite being shallow, Port Phillip Bay is home to an estimated 170-180 shipwrecks.
Sam Vincent experiences legendary surf breaks and epic bungee-jumping in South Africa's Eastern Cape.
Nicola Walker and her extended family, including a reluctant nephew, find a week's holiday in Fiji is barely enough.
Keith Austin falls hard for Queensland's Lady Musgrave Island and its nearby towns of Agnes Water and 1770.
Andrew Taylor Pulau Hantu is not quite the tropical idyll one expects in south-east Asia.
Ben Stubbs gets close to diverse marine life in Shellharbour, including a denizen of the deep.
It’s a seemingly idyllic paradise where the living is so laid-back it creates a dreamlike reality all its own.
Lee Atkinson faces her underwater fears swimming with sharks and jellyfish in Palau, one of the world's most beautiful underwater destinations.
Armed with surfboard and wetsuit, Sam Vincent surveys the island state’s perfect waves.
Daniel Scott surveys the state's underwater destinations.
Huts on stilts perch above the coral of the turquoise lagoon, hammocks awaiting a lazy siesta and sunset cocktails. The Indonesian archipelago of Raja Ampat is a living Eden. But for how long?
Lance Richardson rides high on Oahu's North Shore, where the attitude is 'a little bit country' and the surf is legendary.
Cameron Wilson dives at key sites in a thriving world of giant clams, soft and hard coral, fish and sharks.
At a Byron Bay retreat, Robert Upe contemplates his prospects from yoga mat, tarot cards and surfboard.
A new frontier for keen surfers is the land of fire and ice-cream headaches, writes Sam Vincent