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Australian TravellerAustralian Traveller

Australian Traveller August 2018 - October 2018

Packed with honest reviews and inspiring travel stories, Australian Traveller is the most authoritative and trusted guide to travelling this great country. It's no wonder that it's Australia's best-selling travel magazine.

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Australian Traveller Media
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editor’s letter

AS WE WEAVE OUR WAY through life so many things along the way evolve and change, so why would the way we travel and the things we want to see be any different? Like so many before me, I did the rite of passage journey to live and work on the other side of the world, with all my worldly belongings shoved into a bulging backpack, and while I loved every minute of it, I can’t see myself travelling in quite that way again. I suspect the next backpack I buy will be for my daughter when she does her own journey of discovery; at my age I have grown a little too fond of the allures of a perfectly calibrated design hotel it seems. It’s a concept we gave a…

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online

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SOUTH AUSTRALIA’S BRIGHT PINK LAKES No, this hasn’t been photoshopped. Somehow these incredible lakes have managed to stay overlooked by many tourists – but not for long... SEARCH ‘BRIGHT PINK LAKES’ A TASTE OF AFRICA IN DUBBO: AN ETHICAL SAFARI EXPERIENCE Dreaming about going on an ethical African safari? Warm up with one in your own backyard at the Taronga Western Plains Zoo. SEARCH ‘ETHICAL SAFARI’ BEYOND THE WINERIES: MARGARET RIVER’S COOLEST CAFES It may be famous for its vines but there’s more to this region than just cab savs... SEARCH ‘MARGARET RIVER COOL CAFES’ HOW TO GET THE ULTIMATE SELFIE WITH A QUOKKA Make like Margot Robbie and score a photo with Rottnest Island’s star attraction with these expert tip and tricks. SEARCH ‘ULTIMATE QUOKKA SELFIE’ LET’S GET DIGITAL Receive travel inspiration for only $13.99 for…

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wish you were here

Land and sea collide, merging in a swirling storm of colour like inks dropped into water. The aerial view of this dramatic slice of Victoria’s south coast is the result of a daring expedition, in partnership with Canon, by two photographers, Denis Glennon and Tony Hewitt. They set out to chart Australia’s vast and varied coastline, an epic 31-day journey by plane. “I knew that only a privileged few had explored Australia’s breathtaking coastline to any significant degree from the air,” says Hewitt. “So, I got to wondering what an adventure it would be to experience all of it in one go; to capture and reveal its magical, ever-changing beauty.” The results were on display at the recent Sydney exhibition Girt by Sea, which will appear in capital cities throughout…

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clever aussies q&a kylah rumble

WHERE DID THE INSPIRATION FOR REUSABLE CERAMIC CUPS COME FROM? My partner and I both work in the hospitality industry and had an insight into how many single-use coffee cups were used in a day. We were appalled as to how many are wasted and turned into landfill; over one billion disposable coffee cups are used every year in Australia alone. That is when The Ceramic Mill was conceived. We wanted to create a handmade reusable ceramic cup that was not only practical and visually appealing, but something that could make a positive impact on the planet. HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN MAKING CERAMICS? We’ve only been doing pottery for roughly two years. We’re still fairly new at this, there is still so much to learn! WHAT FEEDBACK HAVE YOU RECEIVED? We’ve received nothing but…

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travel buzz

SWELL LODGE CHRISTMAS ISLAND IS A UNIQUE PROPOSITION: A PART OF AUSTRALIA THAT MOST AUSTRALIANS COMPLETELY FORGET IS OUT THERE (IT IS 1550 KILOMETRES NORTHWEST OF THE MAINLAND, CLOSER IN PROXIMITY TO INDONESIA) AND WOULD NEVER THINK THEY COULD VISIT. BUT WITH THE OPENING OF SWELL LODGE, THE FIRST LUXURY ECO-ACCOMMODATION ON THE ISLAND, HEADING TO THIS COMPELLING, FASCINATING SPOT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE INDIAN OCEAN IS MORE APPEALING THAN EVER. SITUATED ON A SEA CLIFF ALONG THE UNINHABITED, RUGGED WEST COAST OF THE ISLAND, THE FLOOR-TO-CEILING GLASS OFFERS UNINTERRUPTED VIEWS AS PODS OF SPINNER DOLPHINS PLAY IN THE SURF AND SEABIRDS SOAR HIGH OVERHEAD. ACTIVITIES INCLUDE EVERYTHING FROM SNORKELLING TO CAVE SWIMS TO OUTDOOR CINEMA, ALL TOPPED OFF WITH CUISINE BY FRENCH CHEF FELIX LEGRAND AND LUXURY APPOINTMENTS IN…

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wine & dine

A FINE FILLY It’s off the beaten track and atypical to a region best known for its beaches and casual coastal towns, but that’s the beauty of the Central Coast’s latest dining destination, Saddles. Set on an 11-hectare property in Mount White, a quiet rural hinterland suburb, Saddles is becoming a culinary destination for ‘Coasties’ and Sydneysiders alike. While the restaurant was inspired by a painting of an Australian homestead, and the menu by our national love for a good and simple sausage roll and pie, a humble bakehouse this is not. The elegant space includes an oversized fireplace built from local sandstone, an ornate pianola, and a beautiful luxe bathroom, while the menu harnesses the best seasonal produce. We chat to front of house Hayley Cansdell – part-owner with husband and…

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