Australia and New Zealand

Australia & New Zealand

The wonder from Down Under

A massive swath of the South Pacific dotted with islands both huge and miniscule, Oceania is a region simultaneously divided and united by the sea. The coastlines of Australia and New Zealand – the largest nations down in this part of the world – are legendary and endless, but it’s what goes on inland that really makes these places special. Cosmopolitan cities, mist-shrouded volcanoes, vast deserts, and isolated communities populated with some of the most interesting people you’ll find anywhere await. There’s no place like this place anyplace, and they can’t wait to prove it to you.

Oceania countries we visit

Featured blog posts

Best of Australia – State By State

July 28, 2014, 1:25 p.m.

Eager to sink your teeth into Australia but feel overwhelmed by its massiveness? Wanderer-in-Residence Gary Arndt shares his state-by-state list of the top things to see Down Under.

Street Art Gallery #1

May 26, 2014, 1:53 p.m.

Take a tour around the world to survey the best street art we've seen yet. Better look quickly - you never know how long it will last

Breaking Baaaad: New Zealand’s Love Affair with Sheep

May 23, 2014, 10:58 a.m.

England has the bulldog. America has the eagle. Canada has the noble moose. New Zealand has… sheep. While the endemic kiwi bird is ostensibly the national symbol of the Land of the Long White Cloud, there’s perhaps no creature more emblematic of New Zealand than the humble, utilitarian, and ubiquitous Ovis aries

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