Australia & the Pacific

Australia & the Pacific Attractions

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Kuranda Scenic Railway

Opened in 1891, Kuranda’s Scenic Railway lies some 21 miles of picturesque landscape away from Cairns. This popular attraction passes by the breathtaking ...  Read more

Lake Taupo

Not only New Zealand’s largest lake, but the second largest in all of Australasia, the vast Lake Taupo is the aquatic heart of New Zealand’s North Island. The ...  Read more

Lake Wakatipu

Dazzling Lake Wakatipu is New Zealand's longest lake. Shaped like an inverted "n" it is a highlight of a trip to Queenstown, which nestles against a ...  Read more

Larnach Castle

Built between 1873 and 1887, the Larnach Castle is the only castle in all of New Zealand. Sitting on a beautiful 35 acres, the castle grounds and interior are ...  Read more

Litchfield National Park

Renowned for its spectacular scenery, monsoonal rainforests, spring-fed streams and waterfalls, Litchfield National Park is perhaps best known for its ...  Read more

MacDonnell Ranges

Offering spectacular views both east and west of Alice Springs, the MacDonnell Ranges are a 400 mile (644 kilometer) stretch of mountain ranges. The ranges ...  Read more

Mamanuca Islands

The glorious Mamanuca Islands are picture-postcard Fiji. These are the islands of eternal sunshine, pristine beaches and coconut palms. Lazing about in ...  Read more

Marché de Pape'ete (Municipal Market)

The sights, sounds and smells of authentic Polynesian life are on offer at Papeete’s main market, also known as the Marche de Papeete. This is the ...  Read more

Margaret River

Margaret River is Western Australia's food, wine, surfing and leisure playground. It’s also one of the most scenic and lush regions in the state, graced ...  Read more

Matira Point & Beach

Matira Beach is the only public beach on Bora Bora. Although it's not associated with any resort, it still boasts 2 kilometers (1.24 miles) of bright white ...  Read more

Milford Sound

Described as the eighth wonder of the World by Rudyard Kipling, Milford Sound is New Zealand’s premier tourist attraction. Upon entering the sound you’re ...  Read more

Mornington Peninsula

Melbourne’s Mornington Peninsula lies only and hour’s drive from Melbourne, but seems miles away in actuality. Closely akin to the climate of the ...  Read more

Mount Cook Hermitage Hotel

Don’t miss the chance to stay in New Zealand’s most famous hotel, the Hermitage. In prime position with fabulous views of Mount Cook, there’s been a hotel ...  Read more

Mount Victoria Lookout

One of the best places to get your bearings in the city of Wellington is from the Mount Victoria Lookout. The panoramic views stretch from the harbor islands ...  Read more

Mt Rotui

Separating the beautiful Cook's Bay and Opunohu Bay, Mt. Rotui is an iconic mountain in Moorea that dominates the landscape. In a dramatic fashion, jagged ...  Read more

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