Oceania

 

Australia

New South Wales

Sydney

Sydney is known for its Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, although the Sydney Tower is another worthwhile attraction that combines minor thrills with excellent views of the city.

Queensland

Surfer’s Paradise

Surfers Paradise known for it's sea swells, miles of beautiful beaches. Surfers is highly developed, it's a hub of entertainment, dining, cafes and lively nightclubs. It is a post-card perfect

New South Wales

New South Wales

New South Wales known for its golden beaches, breathtaking natural treasures and one of the world's most famous and vibrant cities and its sophisticated dining scene.

New South Wales

Port Macquarie

Port Macquarie, it’s known for its beaches, wildlife and penal colony past. A walk to the 19th-century Tacking Point Lighthouse offers views over waters home to whales and dolphins.

Victoria

Bellbrae

Bellbrae located just off the Great Ocean Road, is known for wildlife sightings. Kangaroos and birds will often appear among the trees, and you're likely to see a rider and a horse trotting along the trails too.

Queensland

Gold Coast

Gold Coast is famous for its beaches, surf scene, theme parks, shopping sites, nightlife and hinterland. Uninterrupted coastline and rain forest including world heritage-listed national parks.

Victoria

Safety Beach

Safety Beach takes its name from the calm and shallow waters of Dromana Bay, an ideal spot for children. Safety Beach is a particularly scenic spot, with views to the peak of Mount Martha.

 

New Zealand

Southland

Queenstown

Known for its adventure, Queenstown is home to a huge choice of adrenaline activities including jet boating, bungy jumping, white water rafting, skydiving and even indoor thrills.