Australasia offers a lifetime of adventures. From the barren Red Centre of Australia and the misty meadows of New Zealand and Tasmania to the tropical, carefree beaches of the South Pacific, the region incorporates a staggering array of landscapes from the man-made to some of the most awesome of the natural world.


The cosmopolitan cities of Sydney and Melbourne, with their café culture and lively street life, perfectly complement the wild fun of the Australian Outback. Spend a thrilling night in a swag bag under the stars, waking to sunrise over Uluru, or get your hands dirty on a working sheep station. New Zealand is arguably the world’s adventure capital with incredible lodging and scenery to match. Take a helicopter to the breath-taking Milford Sound, watch whales in Kaikoura or go jet boating at Huka Falls. For pure indulgence, head to the luxury resorts of the South Pacific, where overwater bungalows, ocean view villas and open-air restaurants take full advantage of one of the most beautiful, and remote, regions of the world.


Travel Specialist Rachel Cooper


Australasia Specialist




The word Australia summons images of arid desert, ancient aboriginal sites, emerald rainforest and white sand beaches. Or perhaps you think of world-famous vineyards, seafood suppers in harbour-side restaurants, or the iconic Sydney skyline. The truth is that Australia is all of these things and so much more besides. MORE
A surfer in Australia

New Zealand

Its islands might look small and unassuming on a map, but appearances can be deceptive. Though New Zealand's scenic prowess is well documented in films and photographs, nothing can quite prepare you for the real thing: mile after mile of ice-blue lakes, glaciers, rolling grassland and looming mountains that set the stage for adventure and pure relaxation in equal measure. MORE
Cycling around Lake Pukaki in New Zealand - photo credit Miles Holden

South Pacific

If you dream of escaping to a heavenly tropical island on the other side of the world, the South Pacific is calling. The stunning islands of Bora Bora, Fiji and French Polynesia play host to some of the world's most luxurious hotels and private island resorts, where days are characterised by bright blue skies, gentle shores and blissful relaxation. MORE
A villa at Laucala Plantation in Fiji

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