Australia and New Zealand

Last updated: 5 March 2018
Isolated from the rest of the world the eco-systems in this area are very different to those found elsewhere. From the massive flocks of colorful parrots to the marsupial animals in the forests and the desert, this part of the world is extraordinary. Whether in the outback or the world’s oldest rain forest, things are different here.

Australia is known for its many pristine and isolated beaches and just off the coast and visible from space is the largest living reef on earth. In the South Pacific situated between Australia and New Zealand Norfolk Island, small and forested is home to over one hundred thousand sea birds.

Australia and New Zealand

New Zealand twisted and moulded by volcanic action and earthquakes is a country of exceptional beauty with lakes and fjords, geysers and hot springs, mountains dressed in forests and the most accessible glacier on earth.

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Christmas Island

Cocos Keeling Islands
Norfolk Island

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