Islands in south east Asia that you need to visit!
Australia is renowned for its great climate, relaxed lifestyle and endless holiday experiences. Explore the outback, the multicultural mix of its population, the excitement of the cities and the range of natural wonders including the Great Barrier Reef and its sandy beaches.
One of the most beautiful countries in the world, New Zealand offers travellers activities ranging from relaxing in the cafes of Wellington, sailing in Auckland and the Bay of Islands, mountain bike riding in Central Otago and experiencing their world famous adventures at the Waiau River Gorge and Queenstown.
South Pacific Islands
The South Pacific Islands are synonymous with paradise. These islands have picturesque coasts, tall coconut trees nodding over still waters of brilliant turquoise lagoons fringed by coral reefs and white soft sandy beaches. Experiencing the wide range of water-based sports, the island culture or just soaking up the sun on the beach will make your holiday unforgettable.
Solomon Islands are located 3 hours by plane from Brisbane, Australia. Lush tropical rainforests cover most of the island group. The Western Province is world renowned for its diving and is a popular area for travellers. You will find peaceful, tropical havens, traditional villages, secluded beaches, superb snorkelling and scuba diving. Agnes Lodge on the unspoilt shores of Roviana Lagoon is a popular destination to relax and explore the clear island waters.
Fiji is the hub of the Pacific with 330 islands. It is located 3.5 hours by plane from Brisbane, Australia. Fiji is just the place to relax with long walks on sandy beaches, swim, dive, fish and snorkel in the turquoise lagoons, paddle canoes around the islands or just relax under the many coconut palms. The Fijians are warm and friendly people who will ensure your stay recharges your batteries.
Norfolk Island is located 2.5 hours by plane from Sydney and enjoys a unique reputation amongst the Pacific Islands because of its history, people, shopping bargains, and rugged terrain. Explore the island by horseback or walk the fruit laden trails, visit the historical buildings, fish in the waters off Phillip Island, experience the vast array of water-based sports or just relax and soak up the atmosphere.