Oceania may include the geographical regions of Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia, but it takes up a fairly small footprint when compared to the land area of continents around the world. As the largest country in the collection, Australia stands in the spotlight, but don’t be so quick to dismiss neighbors like Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu, and New Zealand. They offer travelers plenty of room for discovery!
Australia's deserts are home to the weird and the wonderful. From deadly venomous snakes to some of the world's rarest trees, check out these incredible destinations to encounter Australian nature and wildlife.
The huge desert area of Central Australia may appear like a barren wasteland — incredibly isolated with a harsh and unforgiving climate to boot. But take a closer look at the ochre sands and you’ll discover that it is home to some truly amazing critters. Next time you head out on an adventure to Alice Springs, Uluru, and beyond, keep an eye out for these 10 amazing animals!
The Aboriginal Australians were the ultimate foragers. From rainforest to desert, they made use of the land and harvested much of their food from their surroundings. From witchetty grubs to Jurassic-era pine cones filled with 100 "nuts", discover 10 foods that made it onto the traditional Aussie bush tucker menu.
Tucked away in deep caverns lies a magical world that glows in the darkness. Enter New Zealand's stunning glow worm caves. Find out where you can see them and experience the wonders of cave exploration to see these bioluminescent creatures in their natural habitat.
Situated less than an hour’s drive from the Gold Coast’s sweeping shores of Surfers Paradise, Tamborine Mountain provides a laid-back hinterland destination ripe for exploring. Got a weekend to spare? Here are the best things to do at this scenic region in 48 hours!
Australia has been updating domestic travel protocols to combat COVID-19 and keep everyone safe. Do you need to wear a mask? Can you cross state borders? Learn what each state and territory is doing to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
Elevate your visit to the lushest parts of the Sunshine Coast with an overnight stay at the best retreats the hinterland has to offer. Here are five beautiful cottages, cabins, and guest houses hidden amidst this pristine sanctuary.