NATALIE BOCHENSKI With a top speed of 70km/h and pulling 3Gs of force at its fiercest, Sea World claims its new blockbuster ride will be the hit of the summer.
Christine Long If you want to avoid the financial blues after your summer break, adopt these simple strategies to cut down on spending
TRACEY SPICER We're on the peak of an active volcano, jumping in the air like extras in a car commercial.
TRACEY SPICER Mama Holiday: two families, one holiday: What could possibly go wrong? Well, quite a lot.
ANDREW DADDO When you're travelling with kids the most unexpected things can happen. As Andrew Daddo found out, the key is not to sweat the small stuff.
Lindy Visagie Why would an otherwise normal family leave their jobs, pack up their house and decide to travel 40,000km+ around Australia with their two children for 12 months?
TRACEY SPICER There is nothing daggier than an adult travelling with his or her parents.
Konrad Marshall For a group of children from one of the most disadvantaged communities in Victoria, the wider world is finally within reach - thanks to the world wide web.
Tracey Spicer ''There are two classes of travel: First class, and with children,'' the humorist Robert Benchley wrote. But family travel can be lovely, as long as you follow these Ten Commandments.
Professional photographers can spend days, weeks, months - sometimes even years - waiting for everything to align for that one perfect shot. But what about the rest of us who just want to return from our holidays with better photos? Katrina Lobley asks leading photographers to share their tips.
KATIE CARLIN We have discovered the perfect holiday for families with adventure loving kids and it is full of relaxing surprises for parents along the way.
If elephant rides through jungle-lined fields, quad-bike driving through muddy tracks to hidden beaches and exploring island caves by canoe sounds like your kind of family adventure than we have discovered just the place for you.
VICTORIA BIRCH A number of airlines have recently offered to segregate their favourite customers from their most offensive (kids) but this is actually good news for parents - here's why.
AMBER ROBINSON There’s a particular pleasure to be found when holidaying in your own city. Rediscovering favourite old haunts, seeing the city at times you’re usually at home and waking up right in the thick of it.
Debbie Neilson-Hunter Taking kids to the French capital is not just about Euro Disney. Debbie Neilson-Hunter discovers some crowd free local favourites.
Joanne Fedler Family holidays have an expiry date, so Joanne Fedler wants to cherish them, warts and all.
Julia Cahill The devastating impact of last week's terrorist attack on Westgate shopping centre in Kenya has been felt around the world but raising a family in this country is not so different from our own writes Julia Cahill.
Kids these days
In which country do children ignore the internet? Where do youngsters eat sprinkles for breakfast? And who has the most homework?
Bianca Wordley Often you’re so busy organising the holiday you forget to make sure your children are also looking forward to it. Bianca Wordley shares her tips on how to get the kids revved up for their next trip.
Ever fancied being a mermaid? Gliding underwater with the help of a giant tale? You can now bring The Little Mermaid experience to life at the Philippine Mermaid Academy.
Josefa Pete School holidays are about to begin and many families are preparing to hit the road or take to the skies for a holiday but have you ever considered taking a trip out of season?
SHERIDEN RHODES Embrace the warmer weather with a good dose of the Coffs Coast, as Sheriden Rhodes discovers, it is a treasure trove for families.
Tracey Spicer How discovering your family heritage can take you on an unexpected journey.
Jane E. Fraser I think we are in the TARDIS. We're attempting to dry ourselves at Legoland Windsor.
With six children, Antonia Kidman knows how to plan holidays her family will always remember.
Deborah Dickson-Smith of Littlenomads.com provides her top 10 tips for travelling with the tribe.
Angie Kelly and Mal Chenu The UK capital is one of the world's most exciting cities for visitors of all ages.
From fire trucks to cats, hotel rooms can appeal to the senses of youngsters, discovers Belinda Jackson.