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Destinations in Oceania

Oceania Travel Guides

Country guides

The Pacific island of New Caledonia is a nature lover’s paradise. Punching above its weight, the island lays claims to impressive natural features i...
Papua New Guinea is a fascinating country where travellers can explore remote villages, spectacular diving, stunning wildlife, scenic surfing and myri...
The islands are an adventure enthusiast's paradise and the geologically active archipelago is a natural playground of colourful reefs, bubbling volcan...
A friendly Fijian welcome and broad smiles await you in this tropical paradise of beautiful beaches, blue lagoons and swaying palm trees.
Tuvalu, the world's second-smallest country and, according to the United Nations, one of the least developed, fulfils the classic image of a South Sea...
Find lazy days dripping with sunshine in the tranquil Cook Islands: 15 sandy freckles in the South Pacific.
Australia is a land of savage beauty, big adventure and even bigger horizons. There are good reasons why it finds itself touted as one of the ultimate...
The Solomon Islands archipelago is made up of nearly 1,000 tropical islands scattered across the southwestern Pacific, just to the east of Papua New G...

City guides

Having grown up in isolation from Melbourne and Sydney, Perth has neither the pretensions nor the pace of eastern Australian cities and is one of the ...
Vast, vibrant and dynamic, the sun-soaked, beach-strewn metropolis of Sydney is the epitome of easygoing Aussie living.
Queenstown boldly claims it is the adventure capital of the world. This sublime New Zealand town has the energetic and brash undertones of a young con...
An iconic city square and cathedral, a historic tram, wide tree-lined avenues and restored heritage buildings make Christchurch a picture-perfect dest...
Hedged in by a perimeter of eucalyptus-packed Park Lands, Adelaide salivates the palates of food travellers, festival-loving partygoers and free-spiri...
Cairns is ideally located within striking distance of two stunning UNESCO World Heritage sites: the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest, an...
Dominated by the mighty Brisbane River, Queensland’s vibrant capital, Brisbane, is a laid-back city with a cheeky attitude.
Darwin, named after the famous naturalist, Charles Darwin, is Australia's most northernmost state capital.

Ski resorts

Queenstown is located on the shores of Lake Wakatipu in the Southern Alps, within the Otago province of New Zealand's South Island. The nearest ski...
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