Cook Islands, New Zealand

Cook Islands, New Zealand

Sometimes called the “Hawaii of Down Under” the Cook Islands are a scattering of 15 inhabited islands in the South Pacific, roughly halfway between New Zealand and South America. The Cook Islands have significantly less infrastructure and have suffered less […]

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Tahiti, French Polynesia

Tahiti, France

Today’s inspirational destination is the tropical paradise of French Polynesia. All visitors fly to the main island of Tahiti before catching a ferry or local flight to the surrounding islands. Tahiti itself is home to the island’s capital Papeete, which […]

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Sydney Opera House, Sydney

Sydney, Australia

Sydney is the largest city in Australia and its unusual location on a huge natural harbour gives it a unique feel. The iconic skyline of the harbour bridge and the Sydney Opera House make an instantly recognisable selfie backdrop, but […]

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Christchurch Cardboard Cathedral

Christchurch, New Zealand

Christchurch is slowly rebuilding after not one but two devastating earthquakes in 2011. The places where buildings once stood now house pop up street art galleries, mini golf courses or bars and shops in shipping containers. The city also has […]

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Perth skyline

Perth, Australia

Looking out over the Indian Ocean, Perth is a remote urban oasis in the deserts of Western Australia. With a relaxed atmosphere, fabulous food and great weather it is a draw for both locals and visitors alike. A perfect place […]

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Hobbiton set

North Island, New Zealand

The Lord of The Rings series of books has found a new generation of fans after the release of the films, much of which was filmed in New Zealand. For families that love Tolkien’s work, North Island has several iconic […]

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Nightime fire dance show at Tjapukai Park

Cairns, Australia

Once a former gold-mining port, Cairns on Australia’s eastern coast is now a town that makes its living from tourism. With both the Great Barrier Reef and the tropical rainforests of northern Australia within easy reach, it’s the perfect base […]

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View of Auckland skyline

Auckland, New Zealand

Located on New Zealand’s North Island, Auckland is the biggest city in the country and is also located on a volcano that is technically still active. The area was first settled around 700 years ago by Maori, who appreciated the […]

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Tasmania, Australia

The island of Tasmania is often overlooked by visitors to Australia, but it has some of the best wilderness trails on the entire continent. With most of the island within a 4 hour drive from Hobart, it’s perfect for anyone […]

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Tram in Wellington NZ

Wellington, New Zealand

Located on the southern tip of New Zealand’s North Island, the capital Wellington manages to combine the relaxed atmosphere of a small town with the cultural buzz of a big city. The city has an incredible food scene with gourmet […]

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