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Our World: Join us for a world of festival events
From secrets revealed to songs sung, the Travel team is playing its part in Perth Festival Writers Week.
Our World: Secret’s out: Is Bunbury our South West’s hidden gem?
Perth city folk often overlook Bunbury on their way to more popular South West towns.
The Travel Club Show : There Are Strings Attached
There Are Strings Attached. No, it’s not a dodgy contract, it is actually the name of a performance to be presented by The West Australian’s Travel editor, Stephen Scourfield.
The Travel Club Show : Luthier and author join forces
The West Australian’s Travel editor, Stephen Scourfield, is working on a special performance with luthier and musician Scott Wise for Perth Festival Writers Week.
Audio: Talking Travel: There Are Strings Attached
Three's company as Stephen Scourfield and Matt Layton are joined by luthier and musician Scott Wise. From Alaska to Kerala, the South West forests and the wandoo woodlands, Scott has collected woods such as Warren River cedar, silver gimlet and Sitka spruce and crafted them into his much-sought-after ukuleles. Scott and Stephen treat Matt to a Hawaiian song ahead of their February performance of There Are Strings Attached at the Perth Writers' Festival.
Arrivals & Departures: Cruise line and Rural Aid join forces
With a changing climate and increasingly competitive market, drought-stricken farmers in Australia are doing it harder than ever.
The Travel Club Show : The Big Travel Trends for 2019
What's on the hot list this year? Experts from Flight Centre join our Travel Editor to discuss what will be big in the world of travel. From destinations to experiences – and how to take the worry out of your next trip.
Travel Story: WeHo speak-easy perfect for celeb spotting
It’s the classic nudge-nudge, wink-wink, say-no-more restaurant in West Hollywood — so cool there is no signage out the front and the cocktails are so secretive they’re not even on the menu.
The Travel Club Show : The majestic Taj Mahal
The marble and minarets of this majestic mausoleum symbolise India like no other structure, man-made or natural. Stephen Scourfield takes us on a tour of Shah Jahan's tribute to his lost love.
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