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Ten years on: the significance of the Bali bombings for the...

(eTN) - October 12, 2012 marks the 10th anniversary of the Bali bombing, one of the world’s most deadly terrorist attacks targeting tourists. The anniversary has special resonance for Australians.

More Australians visiting New Zealand

Australian online travel agency, Jetabroad, has noted a large jump in the number of Australians traveling to New Zealand this March compared to the same time last year.

Australians ditching Big Ben for Great Wall of China

AS RECENTLY as 10 years ago travelling overseas meant flying to Britain (after the obligatory trip to New Zealand).

Australian outbound tourism is alive and well

Australian outbound tourism is alive and well according to recent national figures.

More Australians traveling to Asia

SYDNEY, Australia - The number of Aussies traveling to Asia via Sydney and Melbourne airports has increased.

Top breakfast TV show entices Australians to visit Ireland

A top breakfast TV show is broadcasting live from Belfast to more than a million people around Australia.

Australians ditch domestic holidays for trips abroad

SYDNEY - Australian travelers are choosing to travel abroad rather than stay at home.

New Zealand tourism gets boost from Australians, Chinese

Tourist numbers hit a record high in December, buoyed by an ongoing influx of Australian and Chinese visitors.

Tourism hit hard as Australians chose to travel overseas

The number of Australians choosing to leave Australia for their holidays will continue to outstrip the number of tourists arriving here, delivering yet another blow to an already embattled domestic to

Australians addicted to cruising, stats show

Australians are addicted to cruising.The statistics are astonishing.

Tourists warned over travel to Indonesia

MELBOURNE - Australian tourists are being warned to rethink travelling to Indonesia after the country announced it would soon execute the Bali bombers.

Aussie tourists taken hostage on tourist bus in China

There is no indication a Chinese man who took 10 Australians hostage overnight chose to specifically target Australians, Foreign Minister Stephen Smith says.A man armed with explosives took the Australian tourists hostage in the Chinese city of Xi'an, keeping one NSW woman captive for several hours before he was shot and killed by police.