Forget the Sydney Harbour and Bondi Beach (although those are lovely). We dare you to test your adrenaline with one of these five adventures in the Aussie state of New South Wales.
Eastern Australia may get all the fame, but head west and you’ll find a hidden gem that offers some of the best surfing, caving, hiking and gourmet dining and wine-ing on the continent.
Kat Tancock went kayaking at night in New Zealand to go eye-to-eye with glowworms in a cavern by the sea.
In a world dominated by Twitter, Facebook, Google, iPads and smartphones, tech-enhanced museums are stepping up to offer enhanced engagement value, and in Melbourne, Australia, two of the best curated experiences worth stepping in for.
Getting up close and personal with pint-sized penguins on the beaches of Phillip Island.
Kakadu is Australia’s biggest park. Here you can find ancient cave paintings, wildly varying landscapes and scores of mammal and bird species for one-stop wildlife viewing at its best!
Belmont Regional Park is a treasured — and secret — nature park that lies just at the boundary of New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington.
Find out why the beauty and grandeur of New Zealand’s rugged landscape also makes it the perfect place for rock climbing, or bouldering.