Up close and personal
...The Flying Food Safari is everything its name promises - jetsetting through South Australia's top food producing regions for great grub and close encounters with the farmers who bring food from the...
Take a Flying Food Safari with Outback Encounter
Experience No.079 in Australian Traveller Magazine's 100 Greatest Australian Gourmet Experiences....
Flight of the Gourmands
Get a birds eye view of South Australia's foodie hot spots, including Kangaroo Island, the Eyre Peninsula and the Barossa Valley, from aboard a private plane. Fasten your seatbelt and stow your table....
When Drew Kluska began promoting luxury remote and regional Australia travel in 1998, there was only a handful of products he could take to the international market. ...
Swag load of Luxury
Tree houses, private decks with hammocks and gourmet cuisine - welcome to the new wave of camping. "Glamping", or glamour camping, is introducing a whole new market of travellers to the great outdoors...
Danger, dirt and no hot showers? It's the new luxury
Roughing it is the travel trend for the well heeled, as long as a fluffy towel and soft bed are there at the end, writes Sue Williams.
Australia Up Close
The innovative, South Australian-based travel company Outback Encounter, run by young enterprising sibling Drew and Megan Kluska...
Gourmet Traveller celebrated its second annual Travel Awards in spectacular style with a harbourside venue and a who's who of the Australian Travel scene....
Follow in the footsteps of the pioneers of the high country who inspired the movie The Man from Snowy River, with a five day/four night High Country Cattle Drive in North East Victoria. ...
Travel Awards 2008: Best tourism innovator
After working for exclusive East African safari lodges, Drew Kluska returned to Australia in 1997 determined to replicate the mix of upmarket accommodation and unforgettable experiences here....
Sunday Mail - Blast Off
Tourists may soon be blasted into space from the South Australian Outback....
Take a Trip
Holidays aren't what they used to be - with ethical tourism, "glamping" and jaunts to space now on the wish list, Mark Chipperfield looks at the trends in store for the Australian traveller....