The Tripologist Confidence counts - don't make yourself a target when you're travelling.
Veteran front desk agent Jacob Tomsky reveals some of the best-kept secrets of the hotel industry.
Travel Insider Using a smartphone or tablet overseas can result in a horrendous bill, but you don't have to turn it off. Here are some tips for managing your usage.
Stuck in transit? Feeling bored? Brian Johnston finds 50 fun things to do at the world's airports.
Travel Insider If we could fly without using airports, travel would be a breeze. You can't avoid them - but you can lessen the hassle.
Airlines are increasingly offering lie-flat seats at the pointy end, but they don't come cheap.
Oliver Smith For most of us, there's only one way we'll ever fly at the front of the plane: get a free upgrade.
Travel Insider Wading through the language of a travel insurance policy is the worst part of holiday planning. Understanding the most common traps can make it easier.
The Tripologist Many try to cram too much into a tight itinerary in Europe, and it's a big mistake.
The Tripologist There is no one answer that fits every traveller in every situation, but a few general rules will work most of the time.
Flight Test Pay the $15 to preselect your seat. We learned the hard way.
Travel Insider Airport security checks can be enough to test the patience of the calmest person.
Travel Insider To get the best travel deals, it's time to sharpen up your haggling skills.
Flight Test The flight attendants are incredibly polite, courteous and helpful, impeccably groomed and always ready with a smile.
The Tripologist For each country, DFAT assigns one of four risk levels that reflect the potential dangers a traveller might face.
Oliver Smith We examine the various conspiracy theories surrounding the brace position, and ask whether it really increases the chance of survival during a plane crash.
Travel Insider There are so many websites for travel information and bookings, it can be hard to know where to start. Here are some of the sites to use in 2013.
The Tripologist So, you’re all packed and ready to go. The Tripologist, Michael Gebicki, shares his secrets to avoid the traps and ensure your next adventure does not become a nightmare.
Tripologist If you cross more than four time zones you can expect to feel some effects of jet lag, but if you're smart, you can lessen its effects and duration.
The cities renowned as the world's most expensive aren't so expensive any more - as long as you have the benefit of coming from Australia, writes Tim Richards.