Centered on the islands of the tropical Pacific, Oceania is the place to find your classic island paradise. The beautiful beaches are exactly as you might imagine – white, sandy and surrounded by clear turquoise waters and unspoiled coral reefs. If it’s something less Robinson Crusoe you’re after, then head to mainland Australia to explore the sights, catch up on some shopping, enjoy a glass of crisp local Sauvignon Blanc or sample the internationally acclaimed Asian-Fusion food. And don’t forget the magical landscapes of New Zealand for some truly dramatic scenery – it feels like a movie location come to life.

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Adelaide, the coastal city with its wide majestic streets and city squares is laid out on either side of the Torrens River and encircled by a green belt of parks and gently undulating hills. This elegant city...More


Australia’s third largest city in the south-east corner of Queensland is sited on the River Brisbane and is now finding favour with Australians as a highly desirable place to live. It’s not particularly...More


Situated in Far North Queensland, Cairns occupies a lush, tropical setting and is the gateway to one of the most dramatic natural environments on the planet: the Great Barrier Reef. With its fascinating...More

Gold Coast

Nestling in the southwest corner of Queensland, the Gold Coast is a modern, high rise city with its fair share of apartment blocks, vast shopping complexes and million dollar theme parks. Its 35 miles of...More


Melbourne is distinctly European in feel, with magnificent landscaped gardens, Victorian boulevards and a lively cultural scene. There are countless arts festivals, first-class museums, classical music and...More


Situated on the country’s South East coast, Sydney is the largest city in Australia. This lively and multicultural city has plenty to be enjoyed – from outdoor and indoor music performances, to art exhibitions...More



Unbelievably beautiful and impossibly romantic, this South Pacific island paradise is most people’s idea of heaven on earth. Made up of 332 individual islands, the capital and largest island Suva is where most...More

New Zealand


This is New Zealand’s largest city and by far its most multicultural, with both a large Asian community and the largest Polynesian population to be found anywhere. The downtown area is relatively small and...More


Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand and is in the Southern North Island. A beautiful coastal city, it’s surrounded by steep hillsides with a mix of both modern and Victorian era timber houses...More

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