Meaning ‘deepwater’ in local Wajarri language, the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef is the largest fringing reef in Australia. Stretching for 300 spectacular kilometres, the Ningaloo Marine Park begins at Western Australia’s Exmouth Gulf and ends at Red Bluff, just north of Carnarvon. What’s special about this particular reef?
For more than 20 years, one man has helped make the remote drive down the iconic Gibb River Road in Western Australia’s Kimberley region not just possible, but also highly memorable for thousands of travellers.
It’s human nature to be curious about the unknown. Curiosity has driven us to cut through the dense mesh of the Amazon rainforest, to drive a flagpole into the ice at the South Pole, to send submarines to the bottom of the Mariana Trench... even to leave footprints on the surface of the moon. But what happens when all of the unknown places become known?
British TV host, bon vivant, politician - Michael Portillo talks life, train travel and his coats of many colours.
Take a cue from Hollywood movie star Margot Robbie and pair your ‘Rock’ with your ‘Rail’ for the ultimate Australian adventure.
In Australia’s psyche and none more so than the humble outback tavern. In each edition of Journey Beyond magazine, we take a seat at the bar and lift the lid on some of Australia’s most iconic watering holes.