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Arrivals & Departures: Bunbury dolphin attraction set to re-open from December
Bunbury’s new Dolphin Discovery Centre is taking shape, and is set to begin its staged reopening in December.
Travel Story: Pedalling along the Portugal coast
Portugal’s wild coast looks pretty placid where the Mira River flows lazily into the Atlantic Ocean.
Travel Story: Secret rivers run deep in WA desert
The eastern third of the Pilbara is almost entirely desert, and we are right on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert.
Arrivals & Departures: Luxury on Lord Howe Island
Lord Howe Island’s luxurious Capella Lodge reopened this month after a $4 million four-month refurbishment.
Our World: Now THIS is what you call a rock band
Pilbara, Blues at the Bar. It started as a joke.
Travel Story: Stroll, strudel and yodel in the Austrian Alps
The people of the Austrian Alpine region of Arlberg live and breathe the mountains.
Arrivals & Departures: Gorillas in the mix at Sanctuary
Half the world’s remaining mountain gorilla population is located in Uganda — perfect for those who enjoy trekking.
Audio: Talking Travel: Sounds like fun
Sometimes sound can be the most memorable aspect of a destination. From the washint and masenko of Ethiopia to Lesotho's rare lasiba and Maasai singing, Stephen Scourfield treats Matt Layton to African audio.
The Travel Club Show : Kayaking in the Desert
In the Pilbara, right on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert on the Oakover River.
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