Jetstar launches members-only sale with 12,000 seats on offer for $20 each
Following news of Virgin’s big domestic sale, Jetstar has taken the “anything you can do, I can do better” approach.
Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia unveils first brand campaign in 10 years
Do you see Uluru as nothing but a big rock? Well, prepare to have your perception challenged with this beauty of a campaign.
Ayers Rock Airport re-opens as Jetstar flights resume
Here’s some very good news brought to you all the way from Northern Territory – not that it had to travel far to get to our editor’s inbox, mind you.
Lobby group calls for Uluru climb to reopen to kickstart NT tourism
The group is calling for traditional owners to reopen the climb after decades-long campaigning for it to be closed.
Last climbers almost denied, prime minister scorned: Uluru climb’s final hours
Climbing Uluru has finally been outlawed, after months of tourists flocking to the rock ahead of its closure. Here’s what happened in the Red Centre over the weekend.
Destination Wrap: Visit USA’s mid-year review, Sunshine Coast’s surf ranch + MORE!
We’re weary on Mondays, so this excerpt is short, sharp and snappy. Unlike Friday night’s unfortunately lengthy bar tab.
Pauline Hanson gets stuck climbing Uluru, changes stance on climbing ban
by Huntley Mitchell
Looking for a Monday pick-me-up? Perhaps watching controversial politician Pauline Hanson struggle to climb Uluru will do the trick?
Uluru custodian says climbing ban critics need to see things from Anangu perspective
87 per cent of people who visit Uluru choose not to climb, but critics of the decision to ban the option have been vocal. Here’s what the Anangu people want them to understand.
Intrepid takes next step at Uluru for reconciliation
by Ali Coulton
Hot off the heels of news that tourists are flocking to the rock before a climbing ban comes into action, Intrepid has reiterated its stance on serving alcohol at the sacred site.
“How ridiculous”: Pauline Hanson likens Uluru climbing ban to closing Bondi Beach
by Huntley Mitchell
In an interview that is sure to have many an Aussie giving themselves a face palm, outspoken One Nation leader Pauline Hanson has provided her take on the Uluru climbing ban.
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