A prominent 4WD hire company is accused of charging for speeding fines that do not exist and misleading tourists about insurance cover in a bid to demand thousands of dollars from its customers, an ABC investigation uncovers. But one customer decided to fight back.
An international tax accounting company hopes to know by February if its legal challenge to the backpacker tax will see the controversial measure overturned.
A 21-year-old Sunshine Coast surf coach with a "heart of gold" who was left in a critical condition with a severe brain injury after a scooter crash in Bali dies in Brisbane.
The unstoppable rise of Chinese tourists around the world is reshaping the way we pay for things and how travel packages are marketed and executed, but the billion-dollar industry has some observers concerned.
A trail-blazing outback car trip in 1936 by one of Australia's richest families is considered the first non-Indigenous holiday to Uluru, but also a 'strange desert quest', unheard of at the time.
The future of the Overland train between Adelaide and Melbourne is on shaky ground with the South Australian Government axing any future funding for the service.
There are hopes that a remote region in WA's outback will be the first to become a global geopark recognised by UNESCO.
In a tense first meeting of the newly elected Glamorgan Spring Bay council, support is given to the controversial Cambria Green tourism development.
Passengers are left stranded at Australia's busiest airport as wild winds force the closure of two runways, sparking widespread flight delays and forcing a planeload of passengers to sleep in the terminal.
A scenic stretch of road in Western Australia's South West could become the state's first to attain heritage status, but there are questions over what that could mean for plans to improve its safety.