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Our living Outback needs government funds to blossom

Call for more investment in the Outback as exclusive poll shows 80% of people reckon there is a big disparity between government funding for the city and bush

Why this guy is climbing 33 dangerous mountains

Josh Worley's first ever ice climb in 2013.

Josh Worley admits he is a bit a bit nervous about the climb ahead.

Bruce Highway goes high-tech

Bruce Highway traffic Tuesday, March 27, 2017

New CCTV, traffic monitoring on way for Coast

SURFS UP: The top Australian beaches you don't know about

The stunning beaches of Coral Bay in WA. Picture: David Kirkland/Coral Coast

These beach aficionados know a good stretch of sand when then see one

Coast tourism bosses issue urgent SOS after $28m blow

Mooloolaba Beach was voted in the top ten of beaches and is a favourite of tourists. Taisha White, 18, and Lily Russo, 18, like the calm water for a swim , good vibe and it's close to everything.

EXCLUSIVE: Tourism heads issue SOS after drop in visitor spend

Paradise on city's doorstep

TANGALOOMA TREAT: A glass-bottom boat is a lovely way to see the shipwrecks of Moreton Island in the evening at Tangalooma.

Discover the delights of nearby Tangalooma

Indigenous cruise to fill gap in Gladstone tourism market

Curtis Ferries is collaborating with the Port Curtis Indigenous community to offer cultural heritage tours around the stories of the Great Barrier Reef

Indigenous stories of the Great Barrier Reef to lure tourists

Prepare to queue for a tattoo from this woman

Filipino tattoo master drawing travellers to tiny mountain village.

This woman has put her village on the map

Toowoomba company closes after hard 'economic times'

A TOOWOOMBA company in operation for 67 years has suddenly closed after battling “difficult economic times”.

Timing everything in development grand scheme

A development application for the Brisbane Road carpark at Mooloolaba has been lodged with Sunshine Coast Council.

Councillor says project has been 30 years in the making

Rainbow Beach leads Airbnb boom

GRAB A SHARE: Rainbow Beach is leading the growth of Airbnb in the region.

Gympie's share rentals soar in past two years.

45 million crabs are off on a march on Australian island

Red Crabs in a water cave on Christmas Island.

FORTY-FIVE million red crabs are on the move for once-a-year migration

German backpacker locks himself in government building

GOOD SPIRITS: Senior Constable Simon Burns (left) with the unfortunate backpacker and his two companions.

You might say his love for Agnes Water is now locked in.

Riding the wave: huge surge in Rainbow Beach visitors

TOP SPOT: Emilie Dwin at Rainbow Beach in one of its quieter times, which are becoming less common.

Our favourite beach is fast becoming everyone eles's, too.

AIRBNB: 10 stunning stays around Warwick

Binnum in Warwick.

Here are just a few of the Airbnb options on the Downs

Watch: Croc lunges at tourist

24-year-old tourist bitten by a small crocodile at Cape Tribulation. Source: Facebook

Tourist videos the moment a croc leaps out to bite her.

How Do Hotels Decide Who Gets Perks?

How to get a luxury hotel room at a fraction of the price.

How Do Hotels Decide Who Gets Perks?

The Summit of Everest: What it's Like

Nepal’s Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world at 8850 metres. Picture: iStock

Discover exactly what life is like on top of the world.

New Dreamliner for Qantas

Great Southern Land is the first of Qantas’ new Dreamliner aircraft.

Extended range means first non-stop flights from Australia to Europe.

Video: A day out at Lake Borumba

Head out to Lake Borumba near Imbil for a fantastic day by the water.

Amazing up-close encounter with whale

Up close encounter off Cape Moreton.

Curious whale checks out Tangalooma Island Resort's whale watch passengers and...

Baby whale breaches off Tangalooma

Baby humpback off Tangalooma Island Resort.

Tangalooma Island Resort's boat catches some amazing vision of baby whale at...

Cage of Death

The CaPTA Group has reignited a plan to put tourists face-to-face with crocodiles in a beefed-up version of the Northern Territory’s world famous Cage of Death.

Swimming with croc not for the faint-hearted.

Tangalooma whale watching

Whales spotted off Tangalooma

More than 100 whales spotted off the Tangalooma Jet

Moreton Island Canon Collective Photography Festival

Moreton Island’s inaugural Canon Collective Photography Festival was held at Tangalooma Island Resort. Photo Reilly Wardrobe

Moreton Island’s inaugural Canon Collective Photography Festival was held at...

Tweeters Country Getaway

Tweeters Country Getaway

Tweeters Country Getaway is on a 72 acre natural bushland property on the New...

Check out France by river

See France from a different perspective when on board a longship.

Some of Australia's most amazing photographs

Some of the most amazing photographs shared on Canon Australia's Instagram account...