Is this the app to take the pain out of car rentals?

DON’T like the rental car they’ve lined up for you? This might just be the app for you.

Wander, meander and stroll

PURE BLISS: Looking out to Shipstern Bluff from an ideal spot to pause on the walk.

Travel at your own place on the Three Capes walk

You can do WHAT in Brisbane?!

Talk about arriving in style! Take your pub crawl to the next level with a helicopter!

BET you didn't know you could do these things in Brisbane...

Last minute twist delays sailor's record Antarctica bid

Former Sunshine Coast sailor Lisa Blair is preparing to become the first woman to circumnavigate Antarctica.

Preparations finalised for epic journey

Grab a bite to eat in the streets of the Big Apple

La Esquina, aka The Corner Deli.

Discover New York's hidden gems, with award-winning menus

Find out how to have a great holiday

For people who want to holiday where the happy people live, booking.com found Australia was the number one destination after conducting a survey of 17,000 people from 17 countries.

Ensure a top spot with this one clue

Service with a smile at the Brisbane International

The technical aspects of the game are well looked after by staff in the Hawke-Eye room.

It is all systems go behind the scenes at the Brisbane International

Luxury on a shoestring in Bali

The Gilli Islands is a secluded getaway off the typical tourist trail.

Stay off the tourist trail

Top 11 places to cool off in Gladstone when the heatwave hits

WE in the Gladstone region are privileged to live by the coast, so there's no shortage of places to cool off when the weather heats up.

REVEALED: What Coast wants in an international airport

Sunshine Coast business people share their views on what's needed

Scenic tourist flight ends in tragedy, one dead, three injured

HORROR CRASH: Experienced pilot Les Woodall was seriously injured todays plane crash at Middle Island.

Investigation launched into fatal plane crash.

Noosa revels in 30% tourism revenue boost

Tourists enjoying the hospitality on Hastings St, Noosa Heads.

Tourist industry is finding economic growth is a numbers game

Dreamworld is no 'ghost town' as crowds return

Dreamworld is no ghost town say readers.

WE reported prices were slashed but still the crowds didn't come

Tourism numbers soar as Brisbane feels the heat

HEAT IS ON: Beating the heat at Cotton Tree are Catherine and Kieran Connolly with Cara Szabo, Michelle Ward and Shayan Barmand.

Why hot weather in Brisbane has been a bonanza for the Coast

Darling Downs more popular than the Whitsundays

Southern Downs tourism

Darling Downs one of the nation's most popular destinations.

Turkish Airlines adds a touch of magic

Magician lends his talents to Turkish Airlines safety video.

A new safety video gets some help from visual magician Zach King.

Yak 52 Soviet trainer takes off over Airlie Beach

NEW RIDE: The Yak-52 has been flying around the skies above Airlie Beach performing aerobatics replacing the beloved Tiger Moth which was declared a ride-off in July.Photo Martin StringerPhoto contributed.

Yak-52 takes off over Airlie Beach

Anna Faris stars in Air NZ video

Air New Zealand safety video goes Hollywood.

Latest safety video has a touch of Hollywood.

Floating Apartment on Great Barrier Reef

Floating apartment on the Great Barrier Reef.

Airbnb are offering a chance to live right on the reef.

Bollywood Theme Park

Bollywood Screenshot

The world's biggest theme park is set to expand. Here's some of what will be there.

Soccer

Crew from the Pacific Jewell P and O cruise ship took on Meteors in a soccer friendly today

Some soccer action and pep talk from Pacific Jewell's Odean Reneel.

Chapman in Lyon

The Queensland Times Editor Peter Chapman.

Peter Chapman talks us through the best parts of this French gem.

Virgin Airlines new Kids Class

Virgin has launched a new cabin class just for kids.

Virgin has launched a new cabin class just for kids. Check your dates before you...

Wander Victoria ad is a little offbeat

The latest enticement to visit Victoria takes a slow and strange approach

The latest enticement to visit Victoria takes a slow and strange approach

Panama in pictures

Bocas del Toro, Panama.

Leaping dolphins and a beach of starfish await travellers to this island...

Company recovers after cyclone

The Tanna Coffee outlet at Port Vila, Vanuatu, was once the first Catholic church on the island.

A Vanuatu coffee company is slowly expanding following Cyclone Pam.

Stalking trout in New England

Some of the beautiful scenery encountered by photographer David Nielsen and his father Ian Nielsen in Ebor, NSW, on a recent fishing trip.

Hooking in to the fishing and beauty of spectacular Tablelands.