Here are a few suggestions of things to see and do in my favourite places in Oceania.
Take heed, my lists are not intended as essential bucket lists and nor are they written in any particular order. To protect our sanity, I’ve limited each country to only ten suggestions. While there may be more worthy sights to see first, you don’t need to worry because you’ll hear all about those as soon as you arrive.
Australia - Destination guide
It’s isolated, it’s big, it has cuddly bears living in trees, otters with faces like ducks and man-sized rodents affectionately named Skippy. You probably already know about Ayers Rock, the Opera House and the Great Barrier Reef, so here are a few les know destinations that are worth adding to your list of things to see and do. Oh, while there, act like a local and avoid the Fosters beer – if you can find any.
New Zealand - Destination guide
Despite overwhelming international lore, it’s not all about the South Island. New Zealand is about glow worms, hobbits, volcanos, adventures outdoors and pronouncing vowels in new and strange ways to baffle the visitors.