Australia & Oceania

Australia and Oceania are all islands and they are at times collectively termed as invisible continent due to the abundance of water, compared to land area.
The geopolitical area of Australia and Oceania had not even been defined properly until now, with each definition including or excluding certain regions or countries. However, Australia, New Zealand and the Polynesian Islands are generally included in Australia and Oceania continent. Due to the abundance of islands and waters, this region is automatically one of the most naturally beautiful regions in the world. Even though it is very difficult to mention all the breathtaking tourist spots in one place, some of the grandest among them are presented here. The Great Ocean Road in Australia, stretching for 243 km is famous for its stunning beauty created by the incredible limestone rock formations that include the London Arch and the famous 12 Apostles, large natural rocks of various shapes that had emerged from the sea. Te Meta Peak and Hawke’s Bay situated in North Island in New Zealand are famous for the pleasing vineyards, lush valleys, and the green rolling hill ranges of Kaweka, Ruahine, and Maungaharuru. Palau, consisting of 200 islands, is surrounded by the most beautiful coral reefs, visited by divers and snorkelers frequently. Who can ignore the Southern Pacific archipelago of Fiji, with its 300 islands and around 500 islets, one of the most admired natural destinations in the world? The other popular naturally beautiful spots in this continent to chill out are the Southern Alps of New Zealand and the renowned Sydney Harbor. The list is endless.

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Capella Lodge - Lord Howe Island, Australia

Capella Lodge on Lord Howe Island

The Capella Lodge, Lord Howe Island, Australia is pure paradise, offering premier accommodations and stunning, secluded chill out spots. Lord Howe Island is full of phenomenal contrasts, with chiseled volcanic peaks, beautiful beaches, lush green forests and tranquil lagoons, the perfect hidden places. Lord Howe Island will always retain its pristine, natural environment because 75% of the island is preserved […]

Byron Bay Australia

Byron Bay. Australia

A number of popular and scenic beach towns punctuate Australia’s famous Gold Coast. Byron Bay is one such town. First founded all the way back in 1770 Byron Bay has since become a highlight of visitors to New South Wales due to the gorgeous beachfronts and scenic views. Despite its popularity, Byron Bay still allows for plenty of time and […]

Wanaka New Zealand

Wanaka. New Zealand

Wanaka is a small town on New Zealand’s South Island, an hour’s drive north of Queenstown. Picturesque doesn’t begin to describe the beautiful surroundings that will greet you upon arrival. The impressive Lake Wanaka is the focal point of this town and is a great spot to both begin an end your days during your stay. Although peaceful, Wanaka is […]

Capella Lodge - Lord Howe Island, Australia

Capella Lodge on Lord Howe Island

The Capella Lodge, Lord Howe Island, Australia is pure paradise, offering premier accommodations and stunning, secluded chill out spots. Lord […]

Byron Bay Australia

Byron Bay. Australia

A number of popular and scenic beach towns punctuate Australia’s famous Gold Coast. Byron Bay is one such town. First […]

Wanaka New Zealand

Wanaka. New Zealand

Wanaka is a small town on New Zealand’s South Island, an hour’s drive north of Queenstown. Picturesque doesn’t begin to […]