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A pristine paradise in New Caledonia

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The Loyalty Islands represent the survival of a fragile world, one untouched by mass tourism where the indigenous Melanesians treat nature with care and respect.
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Tahiti’s iridescent wonders

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Sift past the sandy beach and into the little-known world of Oceania’s most extraordinary export, the black pearls of Polynesia.


Worldwide Weird

Wearable art walks the runways in New Zealand

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In Wellington, an annual awards show pushes fashion to its limits by displaying strange materials, avant-garde ideas and unique construction techniques.
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High and dry in Australia’s Buccaneer Archipelago

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Talbot Bay is only a small part of this island cluster, where horizontal waterfalls and some of the biggest tidal changes in the world add danger to the average fishing trip.


A coastal camel trek through Australia

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Pender Bay in Western Australia is known for its spectacular coastline, as well as for the Indian-inspired camel safaris that help travellers navigate it.


The islands of Sydney Harbour

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Where there used to be 14 islands dotting the busy waterway, only eight have avoided the growth of Australia’s biggest metropolis.
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