Travel stories by Sue Wallace are published in The Age, Sunday Age, Sydney Morning Herald, The West Australian, New Zealand Herald, Robb Report, Vacations and Travel, Audi magazine, Qantas The Australian Way, Virgin Blue Voyeur, RACV magazine, Get Up and Go, Australian Seniors Traveller, Australian Doctor, Rex OUTthere and Holiday with Kids. Sue is also the travel editor of The Border Mail based in Albury-Wodonga.
Sue also writes feature stories including human interest, health, food and arts stories. She won an MBF award for a special report on teenage suicide. She writes regular feature stories for various publications.
The Age – A weekend for the girls
Sue Wallace indulges in a few days of delicious dishes and pampering.A hot-pink invitation marked “Girls Only” arrives by email and I reply in record time — it is definitely one I can’t refuse. “Bring your bling, throw in your stilettos, a dress to impress and your runners for a weekend of cocktails, fine food, spa treatments, shopping and walking.”
Sydney Morning Herald – Lodged in Kiwi opulence
Sue Wallace is charmed by the attention to detail – and the bedtime stories – in a splendid New Zealand lodge. Stand on the veranda of Otahuna Lodge in spring and you are treated to the sight of a sea of golden daffodils at the bottom of the estate’s sweeping lawns.
WA Today – Of droughts and flooding rains
Sue Wallace witnesses a seasonal miracle: the flooding of Lake Eyre. As we fly over a vast saltpan something shimmers in the bright sunlight ahead. It’s water heading to Lake Eyre, bringing new life to an arid land.
Sun Herald – Life in plastic, it’s fantastic
It’s a Barbie world and ‘girls’ of all ages are flocking to this pink palace in Shanghai, writes Sue Wallace. I’m sipping a Barbie-tini and nibbling on the cutest cupcake – with pink icing, of course – in Shanghai’s trendiest new flagship store dedicated to that curvy blonde, Barbara Millicent Roberts.