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Eastern Australia’s tropical haven

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Helicopters, snorkelling and a 50m crane allow visitors to experience the sights and sounds of the country’s glorious coast from every angle.


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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Best student cities: Melbourne

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The prestige of its universities tops Sydney’s offerings, making Melbourne a hugely popular destination for those looking to study in the world’s most liveable city.
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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.


Australia’s remote slot canyons

Just a few hours’ drive west of Sydney, daring Aussies plunge into the many canyons of the country’s Blue Mountain region.


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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