There’s more than fresh air in Tasmania – there’s also an abundance of fresh produce and seafood. Jennifer Johnston shares some of her favorite tasting experiences around Australia’s smallest state.
Strewn above Queensland’s Cape York Peninsula, the Torres Strait archipelago offers a rare blend of First Nations cultures along with turquoise waters and postcard-pretty beaches.
New Zealand may be famed for its downhill skiing, but there are plenty of other ways to enjoy the snow. Cross-country skiing or snowshoeing near Wanaka in the South Island is an ideal, family-friendly introduction to snow sports.
Offering a variety of terrain and levels of difficulty, these walks feature some of Australia’s most iconic landscapes – cinematic coastline, rugged gorges, and ranges rich in wildlife.
Explore Australia’s first city on the 50mi (80km) Bondi to Manly coastal hike and you’ll make no end of fascinating discoveries.
Exploring mountains, forest, and coast, these bike trails offer something for all levels and feature the very best of New Zealand’s natural beauty.
Island-hopping around this South Pacific paradise, nomad Amanda takes an outrigger canoe lesson, learns about Polynesian traditions, explores the marine life, and meets the local people.
After a long period of exhausting travel, a four-day hike on New Zealand’s Queen Charlotte Track is just the refreshment Helen Glenny needs.
At the foot of the mountains, on the grounds of an isolated chapel, Jill Fernandes uncovers a long-held family secret.
Palau is an archipelago of more than 500 islands teeming with corals and fish. But to enter, visitors must make a pledge to act ecologically responsibly.
Stephen Lioy goes kayaking in the Rock Islands of Palau, with just a trusty kayak, a tent, and five days of food.