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All suite in the city of light
To the delight of locals and luxury lovers from all over, The Peninsula Paris is open for business in a heritage property with a history, writes Elizabeth Wilson.
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Extend yourself: things to consider before you begin your renovation
If space is at an all-time premium in your home and you're thinking of expanding up, out or down, there are some hard questions you need to ask first, writes Harvey Grennan.
Kit and caboodle: modular homes
Cutting-edge modular homes combine style, sustainability and function at an accessible price, writes Harvey Grennan.
Hammer head: house auction strategies
Auctions are stressful for buyers and vendors alike. But armed with a few rules of engagement, everyone can have more control of the process.
In the clear: how to choose the right windows and doors for your home
Choosing the right windows and doors can make your home look bigger and feel brighter. Rose-Marie Hillier looks at the most energy-efficient options.
The ugly truth: buying a home based on potential, not looks
Prospective home buyers would do well to look past an ugly-duckling facade: they may find a potential swan at a bargain price.
Australian city breaks
Botswana safari gallery
Ten reasons to visit Tahiti
On the road again
If you have wheels and a long weekend up your sleeve, a road trip is a wonderful way to connect with culture and country.
Go East: Canberra adventure
If you’re after a fun, educational weekend in designer digs, the combination of East Hotel and Questacon in Canberra has you covered, writes Vanessa Walker.
We will be royals
If you’re after a taste of the high life on the Gold Coast, the Sheraton Mirage Gold Coast has the ultimate luxe suite.
Master of the Natural World: Sir David Attenborough
Sir David Attenborough is approaching the 60th anniversary of his astounding career... not that this legend of the natural world is the slightest bit interested in the adulation.
SALT DISNEY: Exploring Chile and Bolivia
We guarantee no-one you know has done this before! Get your nomad on with a hands-on blast across the salt pans of Bolivia and Chile with an Explora travesia. Lazybones need not apply…
Less spoiled that its more famous cousin, Lombok is still an old-style tropical idyll – with some great hotels to boot, writes Kate Nixon.
Rock of ages
A visit to Uluru opens the mind to beauty and culture – and now visiting this mystical place just got a whole lot easier, writes Shayne Burton.
The Gray Escape
(Dignified) haggling for the chance of cheaper accommodation pays off for writer Ashley Pratt.
A weekend trip to the Hunter Valley wine region in NSW has even more to offer than memory serves up, writes Alaana Cobon.
On a slow road through Victoria’s high country, Toni Paterson meets the people behind the produce in this burgeoning food and wine region.
Active holidays: sea's the moment
Heaving the halyard and sporting a stinger suit, Elizabeth Wilson takes to the waves in the Whitsundays.
Active holidays: Star trek
An eerie encounter is just one of the many highlights of a hike through the wilderness of central Tasmania, writes Lisa Green.
Active holidays: the wheel deal
With a milestone birthday approaching, Melissa Mylchreest pedals her way through a fresh, new challenge.
The food! The scenery! The wine! South Australia’s Barossa region is heaven for gourmets in search of a holiday, writes Harvey Grennan.
To the East End we go
A visit to London is not complete without taking in the new, revitalised, and suddenly cool East End, writes Sheriden Rhodes.
Christmas at Coco's
A morning spent in the splendid Paris apartment of couturier Coco Chanel is a rare privilege and a long-time wish come true, writes Sarah Ayoub.
For a back-to-nature break, try a First Time Camping Experience – it’s an easy way to start your camping career, writes Vanessa Walker.
South Coast sojourn
A short hop to the NSW South Coast is what's needed when a mother wants to spend quality time with her daughter, writes Vanessa Walker.
Vanessa Walker's hard-won tips for family campervanning in Tasmania
Tasmania is ideal for campervanning. You're welcome almost everywhere, there are well signposted and frequent dump stations for toilet waste.
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