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Signature Luxury Travel & Style

Signature Luxury Travel & Style Volume 35

Each issue of Signature is a taste of the finer things in life, bringing you beautiful escapes, gourmet adventures, wellness retreats and the latest in five-star hotels, as well as advice from our style and living sections for everyday luxury. From cruising the high seas to African safaris, Signature is packed with inspiration and insider tips to bring you the essence of the world's best destinations and experiences.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Signature Publishing PTY LTD
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Quarterly
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2 min.
celebrating 10 years of signature luxury travel & style

2009 was a dire year in finance due to the GFC. Many businesses were failing; many local and global magazines were closing. Among these were several of Conde Nast’s titles, and sadly Travel + Leisure pulled out of Australia. It was almost at the same time that Signature Luxury Travel & Style launched. Trying to recruit an editor was difficult, as prospective candidates were dubious we would succeed when major publishers were facing closures. In the end, I took on the role myself, and it has been one of the most satisfying tasks I have undertaken in the 25 years since Signature Media began. I love this title and its content, and the passionate team I work with. Signature has become my baby, well, my 10-year-old baby. Every year our distribution, readership…

1 min.
contributors

MICHAEL STAHL Michael Stahl is a freelance writer, focusing on automotive, watches, travel and luxury lifestyle. He is currently authoring his second book, following 2015’s Kerry Packer: Tall Tales and True Stories. Stahl recently joined Signature Luxury Travel & Style as our motoring editor. What’s next on your travel wish list? To hike the mountaintop glaciers of Patagonia and the Atlantic coast trails with a backpack, camera and stack of notepads. JACK PHILLIPS Jack Phillips is a British writer and photographer published by the Financial Times, The Guardian, Vice, Robb Report, and GQ, among many others. His features focus on covering topics of luxury, travel and lifestyle, while his photography includes portraits and landscapes. What’s next on your travel wish list? I’ve not long returned from Mykonos and Tuscany, so next one is closer to home: Christmas…

1 min.
find us online

SIGNATURE CHECKS IN TO … Dovecote, NSW This architecturally stunning, $5 million, 400-square-metre beach house is perched on a lush escarpment with unobstructed views of Werri Beach. The best bit? It’s located less than two hours from Sydney on the NSW South Coast, within easy reach of the seaside town of Gerringong. Search ‘Dovecote’ CONSERVATION A life-changing safari experience in South Africa with andBeyond A front-row seat to observe the circle of life on safari in South Africa, spotlighting the incredible conservation efforts at andBeyond Phinda Private Game Reserve. Search ‘andBeyond Phinda’ SIGNATURE CHECKS IN TO … PARKROYAL on Pickering, Singapore An eco-friendly urban oasis situated in the heart of Singapore, this hotel unites style and sustainability. Search ‘PARKROYAL on Pickering’ DRINK TRENDS The 9 most exciting craft distilleries in the world The rise of craft distilleries means that for spirits lovers, there are…

1 min.
puffin patrol

A dramatic land of fjords, steaming hot springs and bubbling geysers, Iceland’s staggering natural bounty is the perfect playground for Atlantic puffins. More than 60 per cent of the global population of these beautiful birds drops in on the country’s sea cliffs annually (May through August) to breed and raise their young. While there can be up to 10 million puffins inhabiting the island at these times, the species has recently been listed as endangered, with some populations experiencing rapid decline due, in part, to illegal trophy hunting expeditions. The good news is the country’s environment minister is taking action, as are organisations like the Audubon Society, which runs an adopt-a-puffin program to help protect the birds.…

8 min.
a night at the zoo

The immersive new Wildlife Retreat at Taronga Zoo offers guests a unique sleepover experience surrounded by Australian flora and fauna – and some pretty spectacular Sydney Harbour views. The elegant eco-retreat has 62 contemporary rooms and a stylish circular lounge area with sweeping zoo, bushland and harbour vistas. Me-Gal restaurant’s menu combines fresh local produce and native ingredients, adding to the quintessentially Australian luxury experience. Packages include sanctuary tours at dawn and dusk, zoo access, and up-close wildlife encounters. As guests wander through the eucalyptus trees, gazing at koalas, echidnas and wallabies, they can do so knowing their stay is helping to preserve Australia’s native animals – the retreat contributes essential funds to the Taronga Conservation Society Australia. taronga.org.au BAYSIDE BEAUTY A brisk boat ride from Bali’s southeast coast lies Nusa Lembongan,…

1 min.
the intercontinental life debuts in the maldives

InterContinental Maldives Maamunagau Resort is now welcoming visitors. Escape and reconnect with nature, yourself and those who matter most amid the sweeping blue panoramas of the Maldives. With soft white sands and palm tree-peppered terraces, the InterContinental life will mesmerise you from the moment the seaplane descends to the tranquil shores of the Raa Atoll. Nestled close to the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Baa Atoll, the underwater world is undoubtedly a highlight of your stay. Marvel at the myriad of marine life in the resort’s lagoon, visit the manta ray sanctuary and simply take in the spectacular vistas from the seclusion of your private villa. As the first and only all-Club InterContinental resort, enjoy complimentary benefits ranging from à la carte breakfast to multi-tiered afternoon tea and tantalising evening digestive. Inspired by the…