Rotorua Travel Impressions
Travelers' impressions of Rotorua - love or hate Rotorua
Bay of Islands
Popular New Zealand travel destination, holiday haven and cradle of New Zealand nationhood. A three-hour drive from Auckland. Paihia, Waitangi, Russell, Kerikeri and the unspoilt 100-plus islands.
Glaciers of the West Coast
The glaciers of New Zealand are among the country's most popular year-round attractions. Visit the Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers in the Westland national park on the West Coast of the South Island.
Go for Gold on the Gold Coast
Golden sand on golden beaches under a golden sun - a holiday eden. South of Brisbane, Queensland
Milford Sound: Magical, Mystical Majesty
Towering mountain peaks, sheer ciffs, spectacular waterfalls, and a tranquil sea create a magical place to visit.
On the Great Ocean Road to the Twelve Apostles
The Great Ocean Road is a scenic drive through Victoria's coastal attractions to the rock formations, known as the Twelve Aposltes, jutting out of the sea.
Phillip Island Penguin Parade
Everyday at sundown hundreds of fairy penguins come out of the sea and return to their burrows on Summerland Beach on Phillip Island in Victoria
Rotorua's Many Attractions
It is one of New Zealand's most visited places, a land of boiling lakes and thermal geysers which shoot up to the sky. It is also a region for such varied activities as whitewater rafting, cycling, and zorbing, as well as being a showcase of the Maori culture.
Most visitors to Australia think of Sydney as the first city to visit with its picturesque harbour, iconic buildings and numerous city attractions. Here are ideas for what to see and where to go.
Sydney Opera House
Answers to frequently asked questions about the Sydney Opera House.
Three hours from Auckland or Rotorua and suddenly you're in a world of limestone caves, stalactites, stalagmites, glow-worms, underground rivers, blackwater rafting.