Australia & the Pacific

Australia & the Pacific Attractions

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Avalon Beach

Avalon Beach may have served as the backdrop for an episode of ‘Baywatch,’ but it’s the impressive waves, orange coral sands and 25-meter salt water rock pool ...  Read more

Avon River

To the native Maori, the Avon River was an area of swampland which was used as a seasonal fishing spot. The area around the rivermouth was mostly ...  Read more

Ayers Rock (Uluru)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 292 Reviews

Uluru - or Ayers Rock - is Australia's proud symbol, and site of spiritual significance for the Anangu people. Like an iceberg, it's believed that only a ...  Read more

Baldwin Street

When walking up Dunedin’s Baldwin Street, don’t be ashamed if you need to stop and catch your breath for a while. After all, this short, steep, concrete ...  Read more


4.5 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

Bondi. Coogee. Bronte. Manly—the list of famous Sydney beaches is as long as the coastline itself. The Balmoral beaches in Mosman, however, are often ...  Read more

Banks Peninsula

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 4 Reviews

The Banks Peninsula is a side of Christchurch that too many visitors miss out on. This mostly-undeveloped, circular peninsula juts out from Christchurch like ...  Read more

Barossa Chateau

In addition to being one of Australia’s most luxurious hotels, the Barossa Chateau sits on what is perhaps the country’s most well-known (and well-kept) rose ...  Read more

Barossa Valley

4.5 star rating: Recommended 46 Reviews

The Barossa Valley is world-renowned as a wine producing region. Northeast of Adelaide in South Australia, it was first settled by European immigrants in the ...  Read more

Barron Gorge National Park

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 28 Reviews

Whether it’s hiking, boating or tracking wildlife, the lush hills and scenic passes of Barron Gorge National Park make up the perfect place for outdoor ...  Read more

Battery Point

4 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

This quiet suburb just south of Hobart was established in 1818, and while extravagant houses and luxury homes now dot the landscape of this prestigious town, ...  Read more

Bay of Fires

The Bay of Fires got its unique name in the late 1700s from Captain Tobias Furneaux, when he spotted flames along the coast, leading him to believe the ...  Read more

Bay of Islands Cruise Port

The Bay of Islands is a corner of the world that was meant to be explored by boat. This was the first part of the North Island to be settled by Europeans, and ...  Read more

Beaconsfield Mine and Heritage Centre

Gold was first discovered in Beaconsfield in 1847, but it wasn’t until 30 years later that the rush truly kicked in. The Beaconsfield Mine and Heritage Centre ...  Read more

Beagle Bay

4.5 star rating: Recommended 8 Reviews

A rare and intriguing insight into the remote Aboriginal communities of the north, Beagle Bay was a Catholic mission started by French monks in the late ...  Read more

Belongil Beach

Known for having several diverse sections – a dog-friendly beach area, an area containing great surf thanks to The Wreck, and a nude-friendly area – Belongil ...  Read more

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