Australia & Pacific Travel News

Discover sapphire waters in Tasmania

March 10, 2014

Tasmania's rugged landscape is a stunning feast for the eyes, abounding in sprawling coastal panoramas and rolling mountain views. Freycinet Peninsula is a particularly grand Tasmanian retreat, with a sand-laden spit of land and beautiful bays, lagoons and coves acts as its front and back yards. Saffire, a contemporary boutique hotel situated on Great Oyster Bay, serves as a great destination to take in these surroundings. The art of blending One of S Read More »

Share an island with kangaroos, wallabies and koalas

March 4, 2014

Kangaroo Island is home to a wealth of Australia's most iconic wildlife, with kangaroos, koalas and wallabies wildly outnumbering the human population. For people interested in immersing themselves in one of the best natural retreats Australia has to offer, the island may be the destination to visit - and Southern Ocean Lodge, the place to stay.Frommer's has called Kangaroo Island one of Australia's best-kept secrets, offering up beautiful scenery brimming with flora and fauna j Read More »

Rest up in a Waiheke beach cottage

February 26, 2014

The bustling port city of Auckland is a must for any visitors to New Zealand. However, when the cosmopolitan life gets to be too much, travelers may want to hop on a ferry and head to the nearby paradise that is Waiheke Island, where relaxation comes in the form of beaches, vineyards and luxury accommodations.The island of Waiheke is just 35 minutes by boat from nearby Auckland, making it an easily accessible and popular New Zealand destination in the summer months. Oneroa is the main village of Read More »

Get luxurious in the heart of the Outback

February 26, 2014

The Red Centre is the iconic region of the Outback - home to sprawling red desert, beautiful rock formations and Aboriginal tribes. While Australian backcountry is known for its rugged, harsh conditions, travelers will find a luxurious respite at Longitude 131°, a desert resort situated in the heart of the landscape. Convenient accommodations The resort tents get their name from their canvassed roof, but the term is used loosely. These residences have hard walls, high-end accommodation Read More »

Road trip through New Zealand

October 28, 2013

Outdoor enthusiasts and wine aficionados alike can rub elbows on the rugged and unpredictable New Zealand's North Island - a land of glaciers, vineyards, beaches and volcanoes. A road tour of New Zealand is perhaps the best way to first get acquainted with the area, though travelers will only get a taste of what this fascinating land has to offer. The road trip from Auckland to Wellington has been highlighted as one of National Geographic's "Drives of a Lifetime," and Read More »

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