Australia and Oceania

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Dunedin City, New Zealand

Dunedin city is regarded by many as the south’s Edinburgh, a city that is very proud of its rich Scots heritage. Ideally, Dunedin is a university town and it is vey famous due to its rather ugly railway station and one of the Godzone regions with the worst weather.

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Hayman Island, Australia

Of the various Whitsunday Islands, Hayman Island is located on the most northerly part and it is one of Cumberland Islands that are located off Central Queensland Coast in Australia. Even though Hayman Island is a private property, the public is allowed to visit it and it is very popular among travelers for the awesome luxury resort built by millionaire investor Reg Ansett in the 1950s.

Australia and Oceania, Fozia

Wanaka, New Zealand

The town of Wanaka lies on shores of L. Wanaka, South Island in New Zealand. The town is very popular as it serves as a gateway to the Mount Aspiring National Park. Queenstown is the nearest international airport that serves travelers to Wanaka and offers regular flights to Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney as well as domestic flights to Christchurch and Auckland.

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Kaikoura, New Zealand

The small coastal town of Kaikoura is found on Pacific Ocean or east coast of South Island in New Zealand. The town is tucked somewhere half way between Blenheim and Christ Church and being a coastal town, it is highly popular among the locals and international travelers due to its sea food. In Maori, the word kai translates to ‘eat’ while koura means ‘crayfish’ or rock lobster.

Australia and Oceania, Fozia

Blenheim, New Zealand

Blenheim is located in New Zealand’s South Island and it is the largest and most popular town in Marlborough wine growing area. For many years, this town has always been on the hunt to be declared the sunniest town in New Zealand but Nelson town, its neighbor has always triumphed on this.

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Ayers Rock, Australia

Ayers Rock in Central Australia is also known as Uluru and it is a large formation of sandstone rock. Together with Kata Tjuta, they are the two main features that for the Uluru- Kata Tjuta National Park. Ayers Rock is regarded as a sacred feature to the local Anangu/ Aboriginal people.

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Cairns, Australia

Cairns functions as the gateway to Great Barrier Reef, Queensland in Australia. Cairns is highly cosmopolitan with the nearly 200, 000 people living here are seriously focused on tourism industry. International tourism is very booming here especially Japanese tourists being well catered for in Cairns and most of the signs in shops are written in both English and Japanese.

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