Food & Wine

Culinary touring is booming in popularity and it’s no surprise that Australia is leading the way.

This is a land of sublime food and wine: dazzling seafood, glorious cheeses and tropical fruit, succulent beef and lamb… Our expert chefs source the best local and seasonal ingredients, matching dishes with fine regional wines – brilliant bottles from iconic wine regions like the Barossa Valley, Margaret River, Yarra Valley and Hunter Valley.

The Australian craft beer, gin and whisky scenes are growing in notoriety too. Under the southern sun, there’s little chance of your glass running dry.

In one word, excellent! Great food, plenty of drinks and a brand new boat. Staff was also very friendly and helpful. High recommendation.
noreturn - TripAdvisor
Food & Wine - Journey Beyond
Food & Wine - Journey Beyond
Food & Wine - Journey Beyond
Food & Wine - Journey Beyond
The best view over Melbourne and yes on the 89th floor of the Eureka building, the lift is fast and the dining experience first class and well worth the money.
651darrinr - TripAdvisor
Food & Wine - Journey Beyond
Food & Wine - Journey Beyond
Food & Wine - Journey Beyond
Food & Wine - Journey Beyond

Sometimes all you need is a little inspiration

The Daly Waters Pub

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.

The real-life aquaman

Whitsundays-based marine biologist Johnny Gaskell spends his days diving, researching and advocating for protection of the world’s largest coral reef system – the Great Barrier Reef. We took a deep dive into his passion for the ocean, from coral restoration to his fan boy feelings for whip coral shrimp, and why life is better under the sea.

The Lost World

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?