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    Cruise ship stranded for hours at sea

    Cruise ship stranded for hours at sea

    Cruise ship stranded for hours after blackout off Adelaide coast

    SUPER CHARGED: Cashed up superyachts to propel economy

    premium_icon SUPER CHARGED: Cashed up superyachts to propel economy

    Tourism opportunities unlocked as luxury yacht red tape slashed

    The truth about my upgrade on Jetstar

    The truth about my upgrade on Jetstar

    Jetstar business class flight from Sydney to Honolulu

    ‘Real danger’ as Bali runs out of water

    ‘Real danger’ as Bali runs out of water

    ‘Real danger’ as tourists use up Bali’s dwindling water supply

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        PART 1: Learn the basics of surfing with Robbie and Carlene Sherwell, of XL Surfing Academy in this series aimed at getting you in the water.

        Surfing: Where to start when you don't know how

        Learn to surf online with Robbie and Carlene Sherwell

        AS THE Coast swelters through a second summer heatwave all most people want to do is cool off. Here are some fantastic options.

        VIDEO: Coast's best, secret freshwater swimming holes

        All most people want to do during the heatwave is cool off

        Snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all in more than 13 years on the job.

        premium_icon 10 common snakes and how to identify them

        Snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all

        CONSIDERING the vast amount of stunning bushland that covers much of Australia, it is no wonder bushwalking has cemented itself as a popular pastime.

        Five of the best to places to bushwalk

        Popular pass time offers something for everyone

        Tourism

          People in New Zealand have slammed Princess Cruises over a “silly, frustrating and insulting” greeting for passengers at a North Island port.

          Fury at ‘racist’ cruise company’s NZ stunt

          ‘Silly, frustrating, insulting’: cruise slammed for fake Maori stunt

          With tourism numbers down by as much as 40 per cent in some parts of Queensland, there is one market experts say is not being properly utilised.

          premium_icon Greenies want to keep us off tourist track

          Tourism numbers are down by as much as 40 per cent in parts of Queensland

          Months after the State Government abandoned its catch-and-kill program, we reveal just how many sharks are being hooked near the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.

          premium_icon Monster sharks hooked near tourism hotspot

          The monster sharks caught just off the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

          Moreton Island’s return to its traditional owners has sparked fears that it could spell the death of tourism.

          premium_icon Native title, Moreton Island and the ‘death of tourism’

          Talk of Moreton Island’s death at hands of native title ‘completely wrongheaded’