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Australia has come a long way from her British colonial days. Today she reflects the beauty & grace of a land mixed with an Aboriginal heritage, British ties with a strong American & Eurasian influence. Australia has emerged with an identity reflecting this mix of cultures & has added a relaxed splash of "Aussie" friendliness.

Discover the great diversity of one land: the wilderness & the urban centers; the snow, deserts, beaches & tropical oases; the ancient culture & modern bustling cities; a great tropical reef & a vast plateau; fine architecture alongside modern skyscrapers.
All this can be enjoyed in a land of natural beauty with a palette of warm oranges and golds, vivid reds, crystal greens & clear blues.

Important places to visit :

Located in the South Western corner of Australia, Sydney is the capital of New South Wales state & largest city of Australia. With Australian capital Canberra & Melbourne, Sydney creates a corridor of three most important cities in the country. The city has a large immigrant population that gives it a cosmopolitan character. Sydney is also the economic powerhouse of the country with many tourist attractions that symbolizes the modern world in which we are living. Explore the Sydney Harbour, The Rock, Sydney Opera House, Circular Qua, Darling Harbour, Bondy Beach, & Olympic Stadium among others.

Capital of the State of Victoria & second largest city in Australia, Melbourne is situated on the southern coast of the country. The city of Melbourne is famous for its sporting extravaganzas, exciting nightlife, great shopping experiences, & a vibrating cultural life. This sprawling cosmopolitan city has changed its face a lot in the last century though the basic character has remained same. The city is not only a capital city or tourist destination, but also a buzzing business destination that offers a lot of opportunities to the entrepreneurs & job seekers alike.

Cairns has taken the role as capital to Far North Queensland & is backed by beautiful rainforest & only a short distance from the magnificent Great Barrier Reef. Whatever activity you want to get involved in you are likely to find it at Cairns, whether its bungee jumping, canoeing, horse riding, scuba diving, skydiving or white water rafting. One of the top reasons people visit Cairns Australia is to experience the Cairns Great Barrier Reef. The amazing array of marine wildlife & exotic colours that make up the Great Barrier Reef, cannot be found elsewhere in the world with the ease this region affords. Hot air ballooning is a romantic & soft adventure experience which is considered by many to be the best way to see the gorgeous North Queensland sunrise.

Gold Coast
The Gold Coast is Australia's favourite holiday playground - it's been that way since the 1950s when Surfers Paradise was established as a beachside town with a great hotel & over the last half century more & more attractions have popped up, making the region one of the most tourist-oriented in the world.

Movie World :
Experience the magic & excitement of a world where EVERYONE'S A STAR - Warner Bros. Movie World! Experience an exhilarating ride like no other on the planet with the Superman Escape - an unprecedented thrill rollercoaster where you travel 100km/h in just two seconds! Take adventure to the next dimension in the DreamWorks® Shrek 4D Adventure™- the attraction that puts you in the action with hair-raising, eye-popping, & butt-busting effects so real all your senses will be on ogre-time. Experience the other heart thumping thrill rides like Lethal Weapon & Wild West Falls, the spine-tingling Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster, all the fun of Looney Tunes Village, & the spectacular Main Street Star Parade. Star in & buy your own Hi-5 music DVD at the new 'BE A Hi-5 STAR' Studio! Warner Bros. Movie World is an exciting adventure just waiting for you!

Dream World
: Regarded as Australia's favourite family theme park, Dreamworld spans 30 hectares & is filled with a variety of rides, shows & attractions. Dreamworld's themed worlds include wild (and curiously mild) Tiger Island where magnificent & rare tigers interact with a team of dedicated tiger h&lers. There's also an entertaining Riverboat Cruise, Gold Rush Country, koala & kangaroo sanctuary, water slides & rides like Wipeout, Thunderbolt & the Tower of Terror - the world's tallest & fastest thrill ride with speeds of up to 160 km per hour. &, if you think that's the ultimate thrill ride, hop onto the Giant Drop & freefall from 38 storeys! For those who dare ~ ride 'the claw' where you'll be propelled 9 storeys high, swinging up to 64km-h while spinning 360 degrees for a 90 second adrenalin rush! The latest addition to the park is 'FlowRider' - born from the roots of surfing, skateboarding & bodyboarding - tickets sold at the Park. Dreamworld is also home to Australia's Big Brother!

Whitewater World : Brought to you by Dreamworld, WhiteWater World is no ordinary water park - it's the most advanced water ride park on earth. From family friendly attractions to the most extreme waterslides on the planet, WhiteWater World uses cutting edge technology to deliver thrills for all ages.

Sea World : Make contact with marine life wonders like dolphins, seals, sharks & polar bears at Australia's SEA WORLD. Visit the amazing Shark Bay, the world's largest man-made lagoon system, where you can come face-to-face with the most feared species of sharks in the world! Check out the new 4D animated presentation 'Planet SOS' & experience the plight of our fragile planet & its changing environments. Visit Polar Bear Shores, watch the 1960's themed 'Waterski Wipeout' show, visit Cartoon Network Cartoon Beach, enjoy the rides & attractions at Sesame Street Beach, where you can watch Bert & Ernie's live stage show, featuring a full cast of characters singing & dancing up a storm.

Best Shopping : The Gold Coast boasts some of Queensland's largest shopping destinations with loads of undercover parking & special parking for visitors with a disability & parents with prams. Facilities such as motorised & manual wheelchairs are usually available for those who require assistance with mobility. Some centres also have buggies to help you to your car with all that shopping. For visitors with children, most centres now offer family friendly facilities such as parents' rooms, complimentary use of strollers & push carts, & child minding. Many also feature children's playgrounds to keep the little ones amused while mum & dad play...

Night life : Although the sun will always set every evening, life, fun & entertainment never stop on the Gold Coast. In central precincts such as Broadbeach & Coolangatta-Tweed, bars, nightclubs, restaurants & performances can be enjoyed until very late. However, Surfers Paradise is by far the most popular night precinct of the Gold Coast. It's a must-do if you feel like partying a lot, especially during big events such as the SuperGP & New Year's Eve. Here nightclubs & bars sit literally next to each other, giving you an enormous choice of fun & action.

Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is another of Australia's modern cities & is supposedly Australia's sunniest capital. Perth is also the most isolated capital city in the world with 80% of the 1.8 million people in Western Australia living in & around the city.


Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, is situated on the eastern shores of Gulf St Vincent. With fine food & great wine, the city can be considered as the food capital of Australia. Though modernity is visible in every corner, Adelaide has lovingly preserved its gracious Victorian or Edwardian structures. Some of the suggested attractions are Art Gallery of South Australia, South Australian Museum, Glenelg, Victoria Harbour, & McLaren Vane.

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November to February & April to June

New Zealand beautiful landscapes, lush green forests, amazing wildlife & pleasant climate make it a popular holiday destination for travelers of all tastes & paradise for nature lovers. A haven for many outdoor activities its a great place to unwind. New Zealand has a unique & dynamic culture that celebrates the many different lifestyles. You may visit New Zealand for umpteen times & have a totally different experience each time. From Fiordland to Spirit's Bay, the country presents a huge variety of landscapes.

New Zealand has some of the most beautiful & lively cities & tourist attractions in the world. It's hard to pick favorites out from the many beauty spots & the almost endless array of outdoor adventures & activities in New Zealand which is so rightly called 'God's Zone'.
Be sure to note that the period of the  seasons in the Southern Hemisphere is the opposite of the Northern Hemisphere.  During our summer, the Kiwis are experiencing winter. So if you want to ski in Queenstown, July & August can be the heart of the season. If you are not a skier, don't let the concept of winter stop you from taking your summer vacation in New Zealand, since the snow usually stays at the higher elevations.

Important places to visit :

Auckland is New Zealand's largest city. Uniquely set between two harbours, amongst 11 extinct volcanoes & numerous islands in the Hauraki Gulf makes it a great place to live. Auckland is the perfect place to recharge your batteries with some pampering, see a huge variety of scenic landscapes in a compact region, or to experience the buzz of urban bustle or adventure activities. Auckland’s cosmopolitan city centre is complemented by great escapes - to vineyards, forests, islands & beaches - within half an hour of downtown.

the township of Rotorua is home to one of the most unique tourism sites in the world. Aside from the breathtaking scenery of this volcanic-shaped wonderland, the 16 beautiful lakes in the region & the lush green of the abundant native flora, Rotorua is a geothermal paradise & the cultural heartland.

Queenstown is the New Zealand destination for international visitors. Its natural beauty changes with the seasons, the lake gleans in the summer sun, & snow clad mountains tower above the township in winter. Queenstown is a great place to visit all year round. Nestled in beside the mysterious Lake Wakatipu, in the Southern Lakes district of New Zealand, Queenstown is a cosmopolitan haven, offering a limitless adventure, southern wine & cuisine, & breathtaking alpine scenery.

Franz Josef
The magnificent Franz Josef Glacier is widely regarded as the gem of New Zealand’s West Coast Glaciers. The most spectacular glacier environment available to the general public anywhere in the world, offering a range of glacier hiking tours to suit all levels of fitness & ability.

MT. Cook
The Aoraki / Mount Cook National Park is alpine in the purest sense - with skyscraping peaks, glaciers & permanent snow fields. Aoraki / Mount Cook.Mountaineers regard the area to be the best climbing region in Australasia, while less skilled adventurers find plenty of satisfaction with the mountain walks that lead to alpine tarns, herb fields & spectacular glacier views. Encounters with cheeky kea (mountain parrots) are part of the fun.

Internationally famed 'The Garden City', Christchurch's well-established expansive parks & public gardens owe much to the planning & foresight of the city's founding fathers. The centrally-located 161 hectare Hagley Park, the Botanic Gardens, the four leafy inner-city avenues, Victoria Square & spectacular gardens such as Mona Vale on the banks of the River Avon bear testimony to this legacy.


A vibrant, architecturally splendid city framed by a magnificent harbour, Dunedin is the nature & heritage centre of New Zealand & gateway to an arresting hinterl&, located on the east coast of the South Island. Dunedin is widely regarded as the best preserved Victorian & Edwardian heritage city in the southern hemisphere. Otago Peninsula, is renowned for the world's only mainland albatross breeding colony at Taiaroa Head & various other ocean bird, seal & penguin species, including one of the world's rarest, the yellow eyed penguin.

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March to August

Fiji is the most diverse destination in the South Pacific. There are over 300 islands to visit, about 150 fiji accommodation properties & more than 50 organised day tours to enjoy. With over 500,000 tourists in 2007, & a highly developed tourist infrastructure, Fiji is the envy of its South Pacific neighbours. There is something here for everyone - gorgeous palm-fringed beaches, uninhabited coral islands and crystal clear lagoons, truly beautiful coral reefs, lush tropical rainforest with high mountains & a traditional village-orientated culture. This makes it an all round destination for beach vacations, active holidays, exploring & backpacking.

Important places to visit & Things to do

The Sunshine Coast
The Sunshine Coast in Fiji does not have a lot of resorts but this is part of the beauty of the area. Sun-filled days (the region has lower annual rainfall than other parts of Fiji), panoramic views of blue ocean, reefs & offshore islands. Combined with excellent scuba diving & a relaxed ambience only 2 hours from the international airport in Nadi, & you have the makings for some excellent Fiji vacation resorts.

Nadi Area
Nadi is located on the western side of Fiji's main island of Viti Levu & is a busy tourist town, mainly due to the fact that Fiji's main airport 'Nadi International Airport' is located here. Nadi has a number of thing to do & places to see, with attractions such as the colourful Sri Siva Subramaniya temple, largest Hindu temple in the Southern Hemisphere. Denarau Island features an 18 hole golf course, resorts, restaurants & marina ( Port Denarau ) which along with transfers to Fiji's famous Mamanuca & Yasawa Islands offers a number of marine services, shotover jet rides and yacht and fishing charters. The Garden of the Sleeping Giant is a popular half or full-day trip close to Nadi, featuring a beautiful orchid collection & a landscaped tropical walk through natural rainforest. The property was bequeathed to Fiji by the late Raymond Burr or Ironsides fame, & attracts tourists throughout the year.

Nadi Offshore (Mamanuca & Yasawa)
The Mamanuca isl&s are popular for their idyllic white sand beaches & close proximity to Nadi. The main activities are diving, snorkelling, para/sailing, fishing, swimming, sunbathing, kayaking, waterskiing & just relaxing.

The Coral Coast
The Coral Coast is a beautiful stretch of beach, with all sorts of accommodation on offer, from international-style hotels to simple Fijian style bures. Here you will discover waves breaking just offshore marking the edge of the outer reef, seemingly endless white-coral-sand, palm-fringed beaches, stunning lagoons, lush tropical jungle covered headlands, villages nestled in sugar cane fields, roadside stalls & Fijian shops selling handicrafts.

Pacific Harbour
Roughly 50 kilometres west of Suva is Pacific Harbour joining the eastern most fringe of the Coral Coast. Pacific Harbour best known as the 'Adventure Capital', is a complete visitor destination with its own 18 hole championship golf course & inland waterway.

Suva is the main centre of Viti Levu and capital of Fiji. Its many attractions include shopping, restaurants, nightclubs, markets, a museum & sightseeing tours.The largest & most cosmopolitan city in Fiji, it is considered the hub of the South Pacific Islands with the University of the South Pacific, Fiji government buildings, foreign embassies & regional headquarters.

The Kadavu Group, Fiji's fourth-largest island lies about 100 kilometres south of Viti Levu. Divers are particularly fascinated by the 50km-long Astrolabe Reef which encloses a lagoon containing a number of islands.

Vanua Levu & Taveuni
Fiji's northern region includes its second & third largest islands, Vanua Levu & Taveuni, as well as the smaller islands of Laucala, Qamea, Matagi, Namenalala, Nukubati & Kaimbu. The largest northern island of Vanua Levu & its smaller neighbor Taveuni, Fiji's Garden Island, are popular destinations for their diving, marine life and spectacular tropical jungles.

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French Polynesia
The islands of French Polynesia are a selection of volcanic islands & atolls strewn across the eastern South Pacific.  These isl&s have allured, inspired & enamoured visitors since the time the islands were first discovered.  Visiting these islands is a special experience.  The lure of these islands is not only due to the hospitable Polynesian people but also of their spectacularly beautiful islands. There is real ambiance here - from the warmth of the air, scented heavily with tropical flowers through to fiery romantic sunsets that signal the end of another fabulous Tahitian day.  Although most of today's visitors arrive by scheduled airline flights - from all over the world - the Tahitian welcome is still very much the same, warm, friendly, & genuine.

Important places to visit :

The main island of Tahiti offers exceptionally beautiful mountains & coastal scenery but no special beaches except for the unusual black sand beaches on the northern coast. It is an excellent island for exploring with lots of day tour opportunities but most tourists stay only a few days before heading off to other islands.

Neighbouring Moorea is also great for exploring & with several nice sandy beaches & lots of large beach resorts & smaller pensions. Most of these are along the north coast between the two stunning bays with the larger resorts offering over the water bungalows & artificial beaches.

Bora Bora
The famous lagoon island of Bora Bora is definitely spectacular & has some exquisite beaches along the tiny islands surrounding the main island. Here you'll find lots of large hotels both on the main island & on the tiny uninhabited offshore islands, all offering spectacular over-the-water bungalows with steps leading down into the lagoon. Bora Bora offers plenty of commercial activities on the lagoon - for many it is too commercial to offer the true South Pacific escapism.

Society Islands

The less visited Society Islands include Huahine, Raiatea & Tahaa which are also good for exploring but the beaches are limited except for the offshore tiny islands where several upmarket resorts with overwater bungalows have been developed. The outer island of Maupiti is a small version of Bora Bora with gorgeous tiny islands but here tourism is limited to a few small pensions.

Tuamotu Islands
For those looking for that secluded beach in a stunning setting, head for the Tuamotu Islands, a sprawling mass of tiny coral islands about an hour flight to the east of the main island of Tahiti. The region is also known for its spectacular snorkelling and scuba diving.

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