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New Zealand’s mighty ‘Rhine of the South’

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A canoe trip down the Whanganui River, tucked away on the North Island, offers travellers the perfect combination of abundant natural splendour, history and adventure.
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Kayaking Australia’s Whitsunday Islands

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Paddle around the forested domes of drowned mountains and sleep under the stars in rustic beach campsites on an unforgettable sea-to-summit trail.
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Hiking Australia’s Fraser Island

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This 90km walk across the world’s largest sand island reveals a unique and untamed paradise of tropical rainforests, giant sand dunes and crystal blue lakes.
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Living In

Living in… Melbourne

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Known for being one of the world’s most liveable urban areas, Australia’s second city has a rich and varied street life with distinct and charming neighbourhoods.
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Coral island life in French Polynesia

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The Tuamotu Islands are the world’s largest chain of coral atolls, with 78 islands spread across an area the size of Western Europe – and just 18,000 inhabitants.


Going local: Sydney

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Carmen Roberts explores a city where you can take in a gallery in the morning, have lunch by the harbour and be surfing by the afternoon.


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