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Australasia

Made up of 28 countries, Australasia is a plethora of beaches, mountain ranges and diverse environments that will keep you coming back for more. This luxury holiday destination caters to couples and families with ease and is definitely worth the flight.
 
Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean and the Southern Ocean expect sprawling waves and pristine white beaches making this ideal for those wanting to soak up the sun. The French Polynesia is the most popular choice, due to the panoramic views and tropical environment that holiday makers love so much. Bora Bora is just one of the Polynesian-islands that is a heavenly haven that’s sure to tick every box complete with traditional island hotels, and fabulous seafood eateries that’ll fill you up in no time.

Generally, French Polynesia is made up of 118 islands so holiday makers are in for a relaxing stay with nothing but palm trees swaying in the wind. The capital of Pape’ete, found in Tahiti, is full of lush green landscapes juxtaposed with cerulean waters due to it being a port town. Fantastic if you are after a beach and a city holiday in one, enjoy walking along Papara Beach one minute and admiring Notre Dame Cathedral the next.

Australia is probably the most well-visited country by tourists with a whole host of activities to do and monuments to see. Coastal living meets urban life when staying in its bustling cities like Adelaide and Melbourne with Sydney hosting many top tourist hotspots and landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and Taronga Zoo.

Lord of the Rings fans and film buffs will be pleased with a stay in New Zealand. Experience a film set tour and wander along the rolling hills that were used for the trilogy. Catering more for families, the Kiwis are known for their friendly nature and rich history so you can soak up the culture with little ones in tow.

Overall, Australasia is a whirlwind continent rich in history, culture and fantastic views you can easily get lost in. With deserts, tundra and mountain grassland to venture through, this is the top choice for those with a sense of adventure. Enjoy the trip down under!


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The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most beautiful scenes in the world and can even be viewed from space. Many countries found in Australasia have access to the beautiful site due to it being more than 2,000 kilometres long. Get stuck in, scuba diving equipment at the ready, and call one of our personal travel managers to find out more.
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  • No doubt Sydney will be top of the list when visiting Australia. Well-known monuments such as the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Bridge are all housed here with many hotels being just metres from the iconic sites.
 
  • Melbourne is found on the south east of the country and is full of museums ensuring that culture vultures are in their element. Festival Plaza is another tourist hot spot with plenty of bars, restaurants and plazas for last-minute souvenirs and amazing cuisine.
 
  • Adelaide is a coastal cosmopolitan of Australian life. Make sure to visit in March when the Adelaide Festival annually occurs for an international arts gathering that you’re sure to enjoy.
Bora Bora
  • Commonly known as the most heavenly place on earth, tourists can expect sprawling white sands and crystal-clear waters encompassing the island spirit of Bora Bora.
 
  • Centred around the 727-metre dormant volcano of Mt Otemanu, you are sure to be exploring the tropical greenery, flora and fauna during your stay.
 
  • Many of the hotels have stilted accommodation so visitors can relax in style and be surrounded by the South Pacific Ocean.
 
  • Watersports are a big past time here, so find a favourite beach and jump right in to diving, kayaking and jet skiing for an unforgettable holiday.
  • New Zealand is made up of two main islands. North Island is fantastic to explore with active volcanoes and hauntingly beautiful natural sites such as the Waitomo Caves and the Geothermals in Rotorua.
 
  • Hauraki Gulf on North Island is brilliant for city escapes with Auckland being an amazing fusion of beach and metropolis life complete with white sands and towering skyscrapers.
 
  • Outdoor enthusiasts will love South Island. Visitors can enjoy hiking and mountain biking and explore mountain ranges, valleys and plains. The Abel Tasman National Park is fantastic to admire national wildlife nestled in between marble and limestone hills.
 
  • Queenstown is known as the adventure hub of the world, so a visit here will soon progress to an influx of once-in-a-lifetime experiences that you’ll talk about for years to come.
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