Tourism

Tue 12 Nov 2019

Development application lodged for popular Baffle campground

premium_icon Development application lodged for popular Baffle campground

A BAFFLE Creek campground popular with fishers and families is destined to attract more happy campers.

Fri 8 Nov 2019

Medical funding runs out for shark attack victims

premium_icon Medical funding runs out for shark attack victims

Two backpackers seriously injured in a shark attack in the Whitsundays last week will no longer have free medical treatment from the Australian Government.

Disturbing find inside shark’s stomach

Disturbing find inside shark’s stomach

A search for a missing tourist has ended with a grim discovery, after a shark was hauled from the water with a personal item in its stomach.

Thu 7 Nov 2019

Hotel guest tells of smelly surprise

premium_icon Hotel guest tells of smelly surprise

Two travellers claim they were almost knocked out by a “rotten” discovery in a hotel.

Uluru price hikes coming in 2020

premium_icon Uluru price hikes coming in 2020

ENTRY fees at Uluru are set to increase by up to 52 per cent next year in a bid to keep up with inflation.

Tourism operator cops $20k fine for ‘misunderstanding’

premium_icon Tourism operator cops $20k fine for ‘misunderstanding’

A GREAT Barrier Reef tourism operator has been fined $20,000 for illegally taking tourists to Lady Musgrave Island while its permit was suspended.

Older