Oceania

Last updated: 5 March 2018
Oceania incorporates Australia, New Zealand and several islands such as Fiji and Papua New Guinea. This is a wild and diverse part of the world, from the snow covered mountains in New Zealand to the rainforests of Papua New Guinea and the deserts in the Australian Outback. The clean and modern cities of Australia contrast starkly with villages on many of the islands, where time has stood still.

Much of the wildlife in these lands is unlike any that you will see anywhere else on earth.

For glaciers and alpine ski resorts, lush forest and beautiful beaches New Zealand has it all.

Oceania

Australia has a beautiful coastline and boasts one of the largest living structures on earth, the Great Barrier Reef. Its beaches attract surfers and divers from around the world. Australia is also home to one of the most ancient ecosystems with eighteen thousand species of plants in the Daintree National Forest.

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