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Luxury Australasia Holidays
Australia is blessed with some of the most stunning and secluded beaches in the world. From the world-renowned stretch of sand at Surfers Paradise on The Gold Coast to the isolated beach in Coorong National Park. The 10,000 beaches around its shores, certainly ensures Australia leads the way when it comes to incredible sand and surf.
The Great Barrier Reef is home to a range of diverse marine life displaying the most beautiful and vivid colours, which can be explored both on and under the water. Explore the stunning Whitsunday Islands, trek the ancient Daintree Rainforest or simply relax on the luxurious tropical islands.
New Zealand’s unique Maori heritage, beautiful landscapes and non-stop adventure activities make these two islands an absolute must to visit.
Fiordland is one of the most dramatic and exquisite parts of New Zealand. Carved by glaciers over thousands of years, waterfalls cascade hundreds of metres into deep black fiords, which can be viewed from the water or high above.
Relaxing is easy in the naturally-heated thermal pools or by indulging in a therapeutic treatment.
The food and drink are world-class, and there are stunning picture opportunities around every corner.
If adventure is more your thing, then there’s multiple bungy jumps, caving, sky diving, off-road driving, white water rafting, jet boating, skiing – to name just a few activities on offer in New Zealand.
The South Pacific boasts many beautiful islands. Bora Bora, which is considered to be the most beautiful island in French Polynesia because of its extraordinary scenery, is the ideal place to immerse yourself in peace and tranquillity. The mention of Tahiti conjures up visions of an idyllic island paradise, and this is what you’ll find. The laid-back culture and colourful lagoons will make you want to stay forever. Fiji is the ultimate spirit-lifting destination, the white waterfalls that tumble into black lava rock pools, the music, the fresh food, the turquoise blue sea and the multicultural environment all add to why Fiji is an island not to be missed.