From Australia’s aboriginal Outback to the immaculate beaches of fun-filled Fiji and not forgetting the lakes, volcanoes and verdant heights of New Zealand, Oceania encompasses some of the best sights and destinations in the world.
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A weekend in Auckland will have you spoilt for choice.
Sydney is the obvious destination choice when visiting Australia, but you don't need to be restricted to the city-based tourist attractions; beaches, islands, mountains and more are all within easy reach and make for great days out.
Australia offers a huge range of opportunities to tourists, from expansive game reserves to stunning beaches and spectacular mountain ranges.
The Cook Islands are a collection of15 islands, scattered across the heart of the Pacific Ocean.
Fiji is an archipelago of 332 tropical islands situated between Hawaii and New Zealand.
Here’s a test. Do you know anyone who has visited New Zealand and, on their return, not waxed lyrical about that country’s charms?
Vanuatu – a string of more than 80 islands once known as the New Hebrides – is a land of cascading waterfalls, volcanoes and stunning beaches.