Self-driving cars are safer, just not at dawn or dusk

19 June

Self-driving cars are safer than those driven by humans, a study has revealed, but the advanced vehicles are more likely to crash in challenging weather conditions or when performing turns. The findings were revealed in a study published in the...[Read More]

Why Australia is hosting an electric vehicle price war

19 June

Some have called it the Tesla graveyard – hundreds of new electric cars parked at the Port of Melbourne, awaiting owners. Critics argue the scene is a sign that Australia’s soaring electric vehicle sales have finally hit a speed bump and are...[Read More]

Escape the winter chill with these aussie caravan road trips

13 June

As winter sets in, the warmer climates of northern Australia become increasingly appealing. If you have some free time, a thirst for adventure, and a dislike for cold, wet weather, consider heading north. Pack your sunhat and shorts, organise the...[Read More]

Push to reignite Uluru tourism after downturn

12 June

Tourism operators at one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks are pushing to bring visitors back to the region after years of downturn since the pandemic. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory hosted 164,678 tourists in the...[Read More]

7 Countries Where You Can Afford to Retire by the Beach

6 June

Retiring to a serene place by the beach is a dream for many. The recent years of global upheaval have intensified the desire to escape the daily grind and resettle in an ideal location.    For many, life by the beach represents that ideal.   In...[Read More]

P&O Cruises sets sail into sunset after 90-year voyage

5 June

Passengers who hoped to carry on cruising have had their holidays cancelled as popular leisure travel operator P&O Cruises Australia announces after 90 years, the fleet is sailing to its final berth. The Australian travel brand announced it will...[Read More]

How to Travel on a Budget

29 May

When wanderlust beckons, it’s easy to dream of jet-setting to exotic locations. However, those dreams could be held back by budgetary constraints.   The good news? Budget travel — because going on a holiday out of town doesn’t have to break...[Read More]

Petrol giant pairs with Uber to fuel electric car move

29 May

Tech giant Uber is partnering with a company best known for its petrol stations to encourage more of its drivers to adopt electric vehicles. The US firm announced the partnership on Wednesday, revealing it had done a deal with BP to offer drivers...[Read More]

Caravan lifestyle in Australia

16 May

A rising number of Australians are searching for alternative life experiences that provide them with a sense of independence from city life and a connection to nature.   Caravan living can be for you if you’re looking for new experiences or wish...[Read More]

Top international destinations for retirees to visit

9 May

If you’re an Australian or British retiree, retirement is the perfect time to travel the world and explore the places you’ve always wanted to see. Travelling may lead to much more than just a relaxing vacation, too. Seeing the world in your 50s,...[Read More]

Top holiday destinations to visit for young families

2 May

Everyone can find something to enjoy in Australia’s many towns and natural wonders, from kiddie explorers and beach-loving teenagers to culture-hungry adults and foodies of all ages. Good thing there are plenty of places to see and experience in...[Read More]

Electric and hybrid vehicles racing ahead in the ‘burbs

1 May

Drivers in outer city suburbs are increasingly ditching petrol for electric and plug-in hybrid cars and taking advantage of tax breaks to make the switch. An analysis by the National Automotive Leasing and Salary Packaging Association released on...[Read More]

Getting your pet ready when going on a holiday

25 April

Are you getting ready for a long-awaited holiday? You probably have plenty of preparation and planning to do, especially if you have pets.    Whether taking your pet with you or leaving it with a trusted caregiver, there is still much to take care...[Read More]

More Aussies to buy an electric cars but price a factor

24 April

The price of electric vehicles is still proving a speed bump in Australia, a report has found, and government rebates may not be addressing the issue. But the research by Pureprofile, released on Wednesday, also found a greater number of Australians...[Read More]

Top 10 Remote Escapes: Journey to the World’s Most Secluded Destinations

18 April

In an increasingly crowded and fast-paced world, the allure of remote travel destinations where one can truly escape the hustle and bustle is more compelling than ever.    Both within Australia and internationally, there are numerous hidden gems...[Read More]