Australia and New Zealand



Famous for its casual, laid back style, perfect weather and exciting, culturally diverse arts and music scene. A sub-tropical climate of long summers, and mild, dry winters.

Moreton Bay is Brisbane’s water playground, a vast stretch of blue waters sheltered from the Pacific Ocean by a string of sandy islands. The ideal setting for sailing, game fishing, watersports and great days of fun and adventure.


Within easy reach of Brisbane are 70 kilometres of coastline with 35 patrolled beaches that are among the best in the world. The Gold Coast is a holiday destination of wonderful contrasts. There is the sophistication of Main Beach, the Glamour of Surfers Paradise, action packed theme parks and wildlife sanctuaries, championship golf courses and rainforest wonderland.


The exciting harbour city of Sydney is the gateway to Australia’s many attractions. Explore the glorious Sydney harbour, catch a performance at the renowned Sydney Opera House, climb Sydney harbour Bridge. Visit Darling Harbour and Cockle Bay Wharf, a stylish complex of restaurants, cafes, nightclubs, shops and museums.


A highly cosmopolitan metropolis set between the white fringed beaches of the Indian Ocean and the lush Darling mountain ranges to the East. An abundance of world class entertainment, sporting events and cultural festivals and a complete diversity of restaurants offer constant interest to visitors. Renowned for its beauty, the friendly, smiling faces of its residents and perfect climate.


Former home of the Federal Government and home now of Victoria’s State Government. Fine architecture is a feature of the city. Visit Queen Victoria Market, Australia’s largest market with over 1000 traders selling quality merchandise, Old Melbourne Gaol, where the first convicts, including Ned Kelly, were imprisoned, the Block Arcade, an elegant survivor of when shopping was an occasion..



Situated on an isthmus joining northwestern North Island and the North Auckland peninsular. Several extinct volcanoes still stand within its boundaries. A seaport, naval base, fishing port, commercial and manufacturing centre. Fine museums and art galleries including exhibitions of natural history and ethnology. It has a large Maori population, descendents of the pre-European inhabitants of the country.


The second largest city in New Zealand and the hub of the stunning Canterbury region. Orana Park is New Zealand’s largest wildife reserve. A wealth of natural beauty and things to do. Visit the weekend Arts Centre market, the Botanic Gardens, the International Antartic Centre. Discover the rich marine environment at Kaikoura and the thermal pools at Hurunui.

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