Budget Holidays : Article
Tim Richards The seats are snug, but for a medium-haul flight this is a good economy-class experience.
Tatyana Leonov Love it or loathe it, the selfie is getting bigger. You can embrace it, whinge about it, or just hate it. Either way, the selfie is here to stay.
The Backpacker This might just be the ultimate destination for backpackers.
The Backpacker What would any country be without its own version of a dodgy taxi driver?
Mark Juddery It must be one of the most commonly heard travel complaints: the misery of flying economy class.
The Tripologist Why does a one-way ticket on most airlines cost almost as much as a return fare?
Jane E Fraser "I'm still young, aren't I?" Older travellers are crashing the young travellers' scene.
Once you've found a bed, you can enjoy the Eternal City on a tight budget, writes Steve McKenna.
Mal Chenu From sailing and fishing to arts festivals and boutique pale ales, this is the best on offer in Fremantle.
Fleur Bainger I don't sleep around. Except on very special occasions.
Jane Reddy Our falling currency is no bar to Australian travellers finding good-value destinations, writes Jane Reddy, who has done the homework for you on where the bargains are.
Lee Atkinson tests the waters on NSW's south coast and relishes getting back to nature.
Ben Groundwater Ben Groundwater puts to rest the age-old notion that to backpack is to slum it with this list of 'poshpacker' hostels.
The Backpacker The generation with a sense of entitlement has changed travel forever.
The Backpacker You don't have to stay in hostels or hotels when you travel any more. But there can be some drawbacks.
The Backpacker Two Dutch girls, a Swedish guy, a Belgian and an Aussie in one cabin. Beats flying.
Travel Insider There is no reason for holidaymakers on a budget to deprive themselves - you just need a planned approach and an eye for a bargain.
Ben Groundwater From beachside bliss in Nicaragua to free walking tours of Berlin, 2013 offers great opportunities for the budget-conscious, writes Ben Groundwater.
Once the party mecca of South-East Asia for backpackers, Vang Vieng has cleaned up its act - but tourists are staying away, writes David Whitley.
If you're keen for a wintery holiday, there are bargains to be had, writes Belinda Jackson.