Places They Swam

Issue 65

For their book, Places We Swim, Caroline Clements and Dillon Seitchik-Reardon scoured Australia for the most notable spots to take a dip. Here are their highlights.


Issue 64

Humanity and architecture intersect and intertwine at the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale.

Shine On

Issue 63

Byron Bay has long shed its dreadlocked hippie image, but sustainability remains a priority in a lively green precinct on the outskirts of town.

Virtuous Circle

Issue 62

Daylesford, Kyneton and Trentham serve up the charm and splendour of country Victoria in spades.

Walking wukalina

Issue 61

A trek in Tasmania morphs into a journey through time, discovering the knowledge and traditions of Indigenous Australians.

Bravo Brugarol

Issue 60

A Spanish sojourn to imbibe the gastronomic, architectural and natural delights of a Catalonian farmhouse and winery.

Furneaux Foraging

Issue 59

Can you keep a secret? Whether intentionally or otherwise, the Flinders Island locals have managed to keep quiet about this extraordinary isle off north-eastern Tasmania.

Gundagai Glamping

A small off-grid cabin perched high on a Gundagai sheep and cattle farm becomes a beacon for people hoping to spend some time away from the daily grind – or get married.

Ningaloo Salvation

Issue 57

Reef, desert and sky culminate in a defining Australian landscape.

Walk On The Wild Side

Issue 50

The new Three Capes Track on the Tasman Peninsula is a feat of design and engineering that matches its peerless setting. An instant classic.