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5
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Destination: Katoomba, Sydney, Manly
Just because you're visiting Sydney as a backpacker doesn't mean you can't do romantic dates - try these three ideas for amorous outings that won't break the bank... read more »
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Destination: Fraser Island
Trip type: Activity, Beach, Eco
With hardly any roads and an awful lot of wildlife, Fraser Island off Queensland, Australia, is not for timid townies. If you love nature, take a 4x4 tour and go camping – or take the luxury option... read more »
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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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One of New Zealand’s most scenic roads leads to Glenorchy, gateway to Paradise in the beautiful mountains of the South Island. ... read more »
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The Flinders Ranges offer some of the most stunning outback scenery in Australia and a chance to glimpse another way of life by staying on the sheep stations. ... read more »
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4
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Queenstown might be heralded as the extreme sports capital of the world, but New Zealand’s glaciers are undoubtedly cooler... read more »
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4
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Destination: Rarotonga
Trip type: Adventure, Beach, Gap Year
Rarotonga may be a tiny dot in the South Pacific but it certainly packs a punch. Sublime snorkelling, rainforest hiking and Polynesian culture are all within reach in this Cook Islands paradise... read more »
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Though officially part of Auckland, Waiheke is actually a beautiful island in the Hauraki Gulf and a great gourmet escape from the big city ... read more »
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With its steel-blue waters and soaring mountains, Milford Sound in New Zealand draws 500,000 visitors a year, travelling by boat and car. The best way to see it is on foot, hiking the Milford Track... read more »
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