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4.57143
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See the Great Barrier Reef from the air, snorkel in a coral lagoon and camp on your own private island - these are the best ways to experience the real beauty of Australia's Whitsunday Islands... read more »
#2/50
Rating:
5
(2 comments)
Trip type: Activity
Often hailed as the world’s best one-day walk, the Tongariro Crossing in New Zealand goes through positively Martian scenery, with active volcanic vents and multi-coloured lakes en route... read more »
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Rating:
5
(3 comments)
Destination: Lautoka
Trip type: Beach, Gap Year, Nightlife
A holiday in Fiji tastes sweeter during Lautoka's annual Sugar Festival. Find out what else to do in Fiji's second city, where the locals sway to a Bollywood beat... read more »
#4/50
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5
(4 comments)
Vivacious and vain, breezy and blithe, posing around its shimmering harbour. Sydney is a sun-kissed show-off with a whimsical grin... read more »
#5/50
Rating:
5
(1 comment)
Destination: Cairns
North Queensland is a fabulous tropical playground, with so much to see and explore you couldn’t fit it into a lifetime... read more »
#6/50
Rating:
5
(1 comment)
Destination: Broome
Trip type: Adventure, Beach, Family
Cable Beach in Broome, Western Australia, is arguably the most beautiful beach in the world – especially when the camels hunker down on the sand at sunset... read more »
#7/50
Rating:
5
(1 comment)
Take a road trip through Australia's Northern Territory, from Darwin to Alice Springs, and you'll have all sorts of weird and wonderful wildlife encounters en route... read more »
#8/50
Rating:
4.5
(2 comments)
Venture to Australia’s Top End between April and October, and you can enjoy Darwin at its sunny, lively best, with everything from jumping crocodiles to didgeridoo drum 'n' bass... read more »
#9/50
Rating:
4.5
(2 comments)
Bloomfield Lodge, hidden away in the rainforest of Far North Queensland, is the perfect destination to relax and unwind. Remote yet luxurious, it’s also a base for exploring the Great Barrier Reef... read more »
#10/50
Rating:
4.333335
(7 comments)
Swapping homes with a couple in Fremantle, Western Australia, gave us not just a stylish apartment to live in, but a chance to see Rottnest island with its marine park, reefs and exotic wildlife ... read more »
#11/50
Rating:
4.333335
(4 comments)
Destination: Tasmania
Australia's smallest state, Tasmania draws me back time after time to climb extinct volcanos, walk on deserted white beaches, visit waterfalls in pandanus groves and explore historic Hobart... read more »
#12/50
Rating:
4.333335
(4 comments)
Base yourself in Port Stephens – home to 30km of sand dunes, wildlife spotting opportunities and lovely eco retreats – and explore the smaller, boutique wineries of the Hunter Valley... read more »
#13/50
Rating:
4.333335
(3 comments)
Destination: Sydney
Can sightseeing and good food go hand in hand? Find out how you can enjoy some of Sydney's best cuisine, without straying away from the tourist trail... read more »
#14/50
Rating:
4.333335
(7 comments)
Destination: Perth
Trip type: Beach, Gap Year
Hidden away from the outside world. Reachable only by crossing oceans, vast deserts or endless skies, Perth is a paradise far, far away... read more »
#15/50
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
A long way from anywhere, the Western Australian capital of Perth is a laidback, leafy metropolis with a style all of its own... read more »
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Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: Byron Bay
Trip type: Activity, Beach
Learning to catch the waves in Byron Bay, Australia’s surfing capital, is so much fun, but make sure you can stand on your own two feet...... read more »
#17/50
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: Manihi
Trip type: Beach, Honeymoon, Romance
Manihi in French Polynesia is a unique combination of the idylls of pure escapism: a largely undeveloped tropical paradise, but gilded with a touch of unassuming luxury that makes it hard to resist... read more »
#18/50
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Queenstown might be heralded as the extreme sports capital of the world, but New Zealand’s glaciers are undoubtedly cooler... read more »
#19/50
Rating:
4
(2 comments)
South east Australia is home to some of the most captivating coastline in the world. One of its famed beaches even made it to the Guinness Book of Records for boasting the whitest sand in the world ... read more »
#20/50
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
From the ukulele welcome at the airport to the kava ritual on the islands, hospitality Fiji-style is like nowhere else on earth... read more »
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