Would you use a soap made from fish? Lea Wilder fights to attract locals to empty tourist village by making barramundi soap.
Nestled among rolling hills, under misty skies, the north Queensland Indigenous community of Jumbun is determined to return to its prosperous past with a future in farming and tourism.
The parched landscape of outback South Australia is being rejuvenated by floodwaters flowing from the Channel Country towards Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre.
Ballina has the big prawn, Coffs Harbour the big banana, Nyngan the big bogan. Now an artist wants to build a giant wooden bong in the town of Woodenbong.
Plans for a new coal mine in the NSW Southern Highlands have received a roasting at a public hearing organised by the state's Independent Planning Commission.
The international youth travel company pulls the pin on Alice Springs as several other tour operators also threaten to cut their stays in the Central Australian town.
There's some advice for Bruny Island's growing number of tourists who can't wait in line to use the Tasmanian hot spot's public toilets: "Dog poo bags are good for all kinds of poo!"
A 15-year journey to build the world's largest wooden clock hit several hurdles, but the biggest was finding somewhere to put the 6-metre tall wooden timepiece.
Hobart Airport is the gateway for more than half of Tasmania's visitors, and it's starting to feel the pinch. With tourism figures continuing to rise, the pressure is on to meet demand.
The closure of the historic flour mill at Oatlands, an hour north of Hobart, knocked the wind out of the tiny town's tourism sails. But locals are hoping a planned whisky distillery could provide a lifeline.