Swim with a kaleidoscope of tropical fish on the Great Barrier Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site visible from space, explore the magnificent Sydney Opera House and marvel at the glowing red sandstone of Ayers Rock.
Sample superb cuisine in the city of Melbourne, or discover Sydney with its historic Rocks district, the famous surfers’ paradise of Bondi Beach and the breathtaking Three Sisters in the Blue Mountains.
Discover the aboriginal culture of the Kimberley coastline in north-west Australia, from the cosmopolitan city of Darwin, named after the famous naturalist Charles Darwin, to the white sandy beaches of Broome. Explore the World Heritage Site of the Bungle Bungles, the beautiful Gwion Gwion rock paintings near Vansittart Bay and the scenic Hunter River. The vineyards of the Hunter Valley are renowned worldwide for producing superb wines.
Enjoy a paddlesteamer cruise on the Murray River which boasts spectacular scenery, from sandstone cliffs to emerald lagoons and home to an abundance of wildlife from sulphur crested cockatoos to pelicans.
From Australia, you can cruise to the historic city of Hobart in Tasmania and visit the Mount Field National Park, home to the Tasmanian Devil.
Cross the Tasman Sea to discover New Zealand, known as the 'Land of the Long White Cloud' in traditional Maori culture.
Explore New Zealand’s North Island, from Auckland to the Art Deco style buildings of Napier and the vibrant capital city of Wellington. Marvel at the famous Hole in the Rock as you explore the Bay of Islands, discover the geysers and thermal springs of Rotorua or visit the fruit-growing area of Tauranga.
Discover the breathtaking Milford Sound fjord and soaring mountains of Fjordland National Park on South Island. Alternatively, explore Dunedin, home to New Zealand’s only castle, Larnach Castle and the Flemish-Renaissance-style Dunedin Railway Station. The city of Christchurch, backed by the Southern Alps and the idyllic islands and tranquil bays of Marlborough Sounds are also worth a visit.