Baby boomers are opting for home swapping over hotels, drawn to its financial benefits and a sense of connection to the community, as Miji Kang reports.
This summer marks the start of the biggest cruise ship season on record in Australia, but are we equipped with the infrastructure to deal with the trend? Laura Parr reports.
In 2005, two-thirds of Australian baby boomers booked their holidays to the Asia Pacific via a travel agency. But just seven years on, this has dropped dramatically. Laura Parr investigates.
Australian Baby Boomers have turned the tourism industry on its head with their new adventure travelling habits. But are the insurance companies keeping up with this change? Joanna Letner investigates.
Does the tourism industry lack support and information for people with disabilities? Kahla Preston investigates.