The fabulous city of Sydney – often mistaken for Australia’s capital – is a joy to explore, filled with extraordinary and world-famous landmarks, from the iconic Sydney Opera House to the majestic Sydney Harbour Bridge. Possessing one of the world’s largest natural bays, the area’s natural beauty and stunning landscape is as impressive as the many famous structures scattered across the city centre.
Spend a day in Sydney sightseeing at all of the city’s major landmarks, opt for a daring walk to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge or head to the renowned Bondi Beach to relax in the abundant sunshine or try your hand at surfing amongst other thrilling water sports.
Cairns is best known as the gateway to the incredible Great Barrier Reef – the world’s largest coral formation. As a cosmopolitan city, there is plenty to do across Cairns, especially at the fantastic shopping districts and restaurants. The city is also surrounding by thick jungle, offering a series of marvellous nature trails to enjoy.
A trip out to the Great Barrier Reef, however, is an essential part of any trip to Cairns. Guided trips out to the reef can be arranged from the coast with local companies and scuba diving excursions are also available, taking travellers as close as possible to this underwater wonderland.
Wellington, New Zealand
New Zealand’s capital of Wellington is home to many of nation’s main cultural attractions, including museums, galleries and exhibitions. There are also plenty of opportunities to sample local cuisine and pick up souvenirs at the city’s fabulous restaurants and shopping areas.
Visitor will be spoilt for choice in Wellington when it comes to sightseeing and cultural experiences. The region’s most popular attractions include the Karori Wildlife Sanctuary and the many historic structures founds across the city. A trip to Wellingtons many lookout points, which include Mount Victoria and Mount Kaukau, are also well worth the journey.