On one of his many visits to Australia, the late AA Gill went on an early morning fishing expedition with Jock Zonfrillo, chef of our current Restaurant of the Year, Orana. Here is Gill's column from February 2016 that describes that morning.
Whether you want isolated beaches, unspoilt bushland, diving or world-class eating and drinking, there's an Australian island for you. In our January 2014 issue Max Anderson detailed our top picks for islands on the Great Barrier Reef; here's 10 more further afield that are well worth the journey.
The pristine environs and unique bounty of South Australia’s Kangaroo Island make the ideal setting for the KI Food Safari. Frances Hibbard packs her appetite and heads into the wild for a culinary adventure.
Australia's third largest island is equal parts tame and wild – a land of (sheep) milk and honey farmed since the early 19th century, and a significant sanctuary where creatures as diverse as koalas and bees have been saved from extinction in an ark-like exercise in species preservation.