Posted in New Zealand

Auckland

Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and it’s the natural starting point for onward travel around both North and South island, regardless of…

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Ayers Rock

Is it worth renting a car at Ayers Rock Airport? Do you need a car to visit the area around Uluru / Ayers Rock? [coming]…

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Posted in Australia

Brisbane

Our car hire advice for Brisbane starts with quite a few pointers to suggest that a rental car isn’t really necessary, and these include the…

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Posted in New Zealand

Dunedin

[top num=”81″] Dunedin is a natural gateway to many of the scenic wonders that make up the South Island of New Zealand, although Queenstown might…

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Posted in Australia

Hobart

[top num=”114″] The sheer range of coastal views, national parks and other places to visit around Hobart, combined with the lack of any sort of…

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Melbourne

For the first time visitor, Melbourne represents something of an irony. The city sprawls far and wide around the Geelong Bay, making it one of…

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Posted in New Caledonia

Noumea

[top num=”201″] So for any visitor who just wants to fly into Noumea, put their feet up in a beach hotel, and of course spend…

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Perth

[top num=”217″] Perth on the other hand, is very much a city which has more to offer outside than within. This is a city that…

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Posted in New Zealand

Queenstown

Queenstown really prides itself as being the outdoor activity capital of the world. This is, after all, the place where bungee-jumping was invented. Yet the…

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Sydney

On the face of it, Sydney has the most comprehensive public transport network of any Australian city, and this includes a substantial network of commuter…

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