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Ben Groundwater, in honour of our national day, has pinpointed 26 persuasive reasons to choose a home grown holiday next time.
Take a look at the most liked photos posted by Tourism Australia on its Australia.com Facebook page, which has 5.1 million fans.
Take a look at some of the stunning images from veteran photographer Ken Duncan's upcoming book , Life's A Journey.
Around Australia's cities, take a look at the hottest bars to enjoy a drink in the coolest neighbourhoods.
The vibrant Broome Cup Carnival weekend attracts some colouful punters and horseracing enthusiasts each year.
Aleisha Orr swims with whale sharks at Ningaloo Marine Park. All photos courtesy of Three Islands Whale Shark Dive.
Cruising the spectacular Kimberley on board the Orion.
Some of Australia's most incredible holiday destinations can be experienced in top-shelf, expensive luxury ... or you can do them on the cheap for a pittance.
The resources boom is driving the economy and now tourists are chasing a slice of the action.
Located 20 kilometres out of Albany, Maitraya is one of WA's most picturesque holiday destinations
Take a look at some of the highlights from our selection of Australia'a 50 greatest adventures.
Stunning location, stunning photography as we show you around the slice of paradise in WA's north-west.
From Rottnest Island to King Street shopping, the best Perth has on offer.
Australia - the world's biggest island - is surrounding by 8222 smaller ones. That's a lot of islands to choose from. Here are ten of the best.
The biggest cruise ship to ever visit Australia arrived in the harbour town today.
Travel author Lee Atkinson has seen a lot of beautiful beaches. Here are five she'll never forget.
We've scoured the coastline to find Australia's best beach houses.
Lee Atkinson has visited 150 of Australia's national parks. Here, she reveals her five favourites.
The atolls off broome's coast live up to their reputation for world-class diving.
The Diamond Princess arrives in Perth making it the largest vessel to ever dock in Fremantle.