Oceania has a broad array of unique species of animals found nowhere else in the world; its wilderness is enchanting and can provide a new meaning to the word 'adventure'.
The area of the Oceania/Australasian content can be split into three separate parts:
• Australia • New Zealand • The Islands
Australia is the biggest landmass on this spectacular continent. The ‘sunburnt’ country, as it has been known, is quite an accurate description for many of the landscapes throughout Australia. There are vast deserts, white sandy beaches, dry eucalyptus forests and red, rocky outback. Many people might be surprised to find that there are also tropical and sub tropical rainforests, rolling green hills and snowy mountains.
Travelling through Australia you will see some of the most dramatic landscape changes and some of the most beautiful natural sights in the world.
New Zealand may be small but it packs quite a punch.
With a vast array of varying ecosystems ranging from the tropical beaches of Abel Tasman to the harsh peaks of the Southern Alps, NZ is one of the most physically diverse places on the planet. The highest mountain on this amazing continent is the mighty Mt Cook.
The Islands of Micronesia, Fiji, Polynesia, New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and New Caledonia are all relatively small in terms of land mass but they posses beautiful Unspoilt natural beauty and crystal blue waters.