From Island Life to Outback Adventures
Holidays to Australasia come in all shapes and sizes. From visiting family and wanting to see the cities to exploring the great outdoors, the wealth of activities and attractions are endless. Think rainforests and reefs in Queensland, sunsets over Uluru in the Northern Territory, taking the Trans-Alpine train across the mountains of the South Island of New Zealand, and sampling some of the best wines in the world in Marlborough, Martinborough, the Hunter Valley and Coonawarra.
Nothing says tropical escape better than the pristine beaches, reefs and rainforests of the Pacific Islands. From the warm welcome received in Fiji, the luxury of spending your honeymoon in Bora Bora, or to cruising into Vanuatu and Tahiti’s palm-lined shores, the South Pacific holds a unique laid-back lifestyle surrounded by breath-taking vistas.
When thinking about Australia, images of vibrant cities with famous landmarks, coral reefs teeming with life and arid landscapes containing exotic cultures spring to mind. Combined with fantastic restaurants, unique wildlife and a sport loving population, holidays down under are an adventure just waiting to be explored.
In contrast to the deserts and plains of outback Australia, New Zealand is a verdant and picturesque landscape. With thermal pools, rainforests and striking coastlines on the North Island, and vineyards, alpine mountains and glacial fjords on the South Island, this nation packs a real punch for leisure travellers and adventurers alike.
Further east and the island nations of the South Pacific, complete with sandy beaches, tropical coral reefs, lush rainforests and amazing cultures beg to be visited. Whether spending a week relaxing in an overwater villa or cruising between multiple islands on a South Pacific cruise, this corner of the world is island life with a difference.