Australia & the Pacific

Australia & the Pacific Attractions

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Byron Main Beach

Suitably named, Byron Bay's Main Beach stretches along the front of the town and is the go-to destination for beach lounging, swimming or catching a wave. On a ...  Read more

Cable Beach

A brilliant 14 mi (22 km) of unspoiled white sand and turquoise waters, Cable Beach is a sun-lover's paradise. Even during the busiest time of year (‘the ...  Read more

Cadbury Chocolate Factory

Kids and chocoholics make a beeline for the Cadbury Chocolate Factory outside Hobart. For a real-life Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory experience, ...  Read more

Cairns Skyrail

The Skyrail Rainforest Cableway is one of the most scenic ways to travel from Cairns, climbing up above the rainforest canopy to the charming mountain town ...  Read more

Cape Brett Hole-in-the-Rock

Wild and lonely Cape Brett is a remote location on the scenic back road leading along the coast from Russell. Along the route is the traditional Maori ...  Read more

Cape Byron

Australia mainland's easternmost point of Cape Byron possesses a number of reasons to pay it a visit: the Cape Byron Light, the Cape Byron Marine Park, and the ...  Read more

Cape Byron Lighthouse

As Australia's easternmost and strongest lighthouse, Cape Byron Light is a main attraction for both the historical aspect of the building itself as well as the ...  Read more

Cape Reinga

The northern end of Ninety Mile Beach is lit by the flashing beacon of Cape Reinga lighthouse. Lighting the point where the Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean meet, ...  Read more

Cascade Brewery

For beer tastings and a glimpse inside a historic brewery, book a tour of the 180-year-old Cascade Brewery, the oldest in Australia. The 1.5-hour tours of ...  Read more

Cascades de Faarumai

There are numerous waterfalls all over Tahiti, but the most popular and accessible are the three waterfalls at Faarumai, known as the Cascades of Faarumai. ...  Read more

Christchurch Botanic Gardens

Christchurch is known as the garden city, an Anglophile settlement of well-tended gardens and tree-lined streets. Pride of place in this flower-loving town ...  Read more

Circular Quay

Sydney’s transport and scenic heart, Circular Quay is also the city’s birthplace, flanking the waters of Sydney Cove where the First Fleet settlers landed on ...  Read more

Colonial Tramcar

A must-do experience while you're in Melbourne, a meal at the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant is guaranteed to be a highlight of your visit. Offering both ...  Read more

Cook's Bay (Baie de Cook)

Surrounded by rugged mountain landscape that seems to reach up from the water, Cook's Bay is one of the main tourist areas in Moorea (it's here that cruise ...  Read more

Coral Coast

The beaches of Fiji's Coral Coast are the loveliest on Viti Levu. A coral reef runs the length of the beach creating a shallow shelf before dropping ...  Read more

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