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Australia & New Zealand

  • Australia

    Most know that Australians are the kings of barbecue, but the country is also home to some fantastic wine regions and Hunter Valley on the east coast is the oldest one. Here you’ll unearth more than 150 wineries producing world-class wines so pull up a chair, order a glass of Semillon and reflect on the wonders you’ve absorbed during your stay.

    When to go: The best times to visit Sydney are September through November and from March to May. These months skirt Sydney's high and low seasons, offering visitors comfortable.

    With its diverse culture, dry outback and fascinating coastline, this mega-nation can service both the beach-going and adventurous traveller alike. Find out more about seeing Australia with Insight.

  • New Zealand

    When it comes to natural wonders, New Zealand certainly doesn’t disappoint with many sights as mighty as the All Blacks. From the volcanic peaks of Tongariro National Park - Tongariro, Ngauruhoe and Ruapheu – and the incredible glowworms of Waitomo Caves in the on North Island to the impressive Franz Josef Glacier and Fiordland National Park’s rainforest on South Island.

    When to go: There is no bad time to travel to New Zealand.

    Floating in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, this former British colony is made up of two main islands punctuated with volcanoes, hot springs, lakes and glaciers, all tied in with mountain ranges. Find out more about seeing New Zealand with Insight.

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