Australia & the Pacific Islands Cities
- 1Australia289 reviews
One of my favorite cities that I've visited so far! If I had to describe it in three words, it's gorgeous, sophisticated (yet also laid-back) and expensive. :)
- 2Australia112 reviews
Australia's growing metropolis, stepping from Cinderella's shadow. astonishedXpression.wordpress.com
- 3New Zealand124 reviews
Most of the population of New Zealand live in and around the city of Auckland but New Zealand is not known for its cities. I spent about a week in Auckland total on three different stops. It's a cute little city to spend a day or two in but I wouldn't concentrate a trip to NZ in the city.
- 4Australia92 reviews
Serpentine falls. Just a 40 min drive from the city.. Worth a look with nice picnic areas and swimming..
- 5Australia238 reviews
Known as Australia's cultural capital, the weather isn't quite as nice as Sydney but the laid back sophistication of Melbourne makes it incredibly charming. Wonder the lanes, explore the food and art scene, discover a few speakeasy style bars and then head out to wine country.
- 6New Zealand50 reviews
It may be a lil shaky but that is just natural way of life here for the meantime. Come and see the attractions here in New Zealand. You will love the natural organic things here for you to rest, cleanse, relax and go back to your countries refreshed or revived. The people are friendly and the sun is wonderful during ...
- 7New Zealand46 reviews
We went to Rotorua as a day trip from Auckland. I thought it was quite beautiful even if it was a bit stinky! It was a quaint town. We walked through the botanical gardens and tried the spas. Lots of hot springs there too which is what we did! It wasn't expensive at all. I do suggest not swallowing the ...
- 8Australia24 reviews
Hobart is the largest city in Tasmania. While it's not a huge city, the small town vibe offers an intimate view to a visitor, who's not familiar with the place (such as the case when I came there in 2008). In addition, there are plenty of interesting restaurants nearby, whether you want seafood, Japanese, Indian, and so forth.
- 9New Zealand93 reviews
Fantastic little adventure town on the south island of New Zealand. Incredible hiking and outdoor activities. The birthplace of bungee jumping, you can do the original jump off of a suspension bridge or try several others in the area. Charming town with friendly people and good food. Head over to the Milford sound and take a gorgeous cruise around the ...
- 10Australia26 reviews
Lived in Canberra for 7 years while I was growing up and to be honest if they had the medicatal care, I'd move back there
- 11Australia26 reviews
Cool, especially at night!
- 12Australia38 reviews
On Australia's east coast, this town is equal parts shaggy surfer and rasta-hippie. Learn to grab a wave, shop for moonstones and incense, then pedal around town between bars, cafes and restaurants.
- 13New Zealand20 reviews
Wanaka is one of the most beautiful places in New Zealand. Went there many years ago and it just doesn't change...still as beautiful today as it was the last time I went.
- 14Australia79 reviews
if you love beaches and theme parks and shopping gold coast is for you . with over 3 major theme parks for the adrenlin fun filled days . or head to brisbane for the shopping outlets. if you require a peaceful day head to the beaches and soak up the sun.or go bush walking of waterfall site seeing . gold ...
- 15Australia4 reviews
we work and live here... so its fantastic...
- 16Australia72 reviews
I arrived late in the evening off the bus from Dubbo, stayed at the Hilton I think, it was 1992! Caught the Ghan to Alice Springs early the next morning. Wish I'd has time to see the city.
- 17Australia22 reviews
Blazing sunrises! :)
- 18New Zealand23 reviews
I studied at Otago University for a semester, so I lived in Dunedin for 5 months. It's a fantastic place to live or visit. The architecture is nice and there is a lot of natural beauty nearby on the Otago Peninsula. It's kind of gloomy and the weather is very changeable, but I love it anyway.
- 19Australia5 reviews
A modest little beachside town, set along the Great Ocean Road - Port Campbell is the perfect place for a mini getaway from urban life. Coming from nitty gritty Melbourne, wind your way through rainforest and secluded beaches, private coves, koala-filled eucalyptus trees, and past the stunning Twelve Apostles, and Port Campbell is your haven for a night's rest - ...
- 20Australia1 review
Lavers Hill is one of many small towns dotted throughout the Great Ocean Road, Australia's most famous seaside road. It's comparable to Highway 1 in the United States. It's a lovely little stopover.