Located on the north-eastern coast of New Zealand’s North Island, the 400km Coromandel Peninsula is home to powdered beaches, misty kauri forests and rural farmland.
Auckland is a brilliant city to take in as part of any North Island itinerary comprising the gorgeous Bay of Islands.
The quirky and attractive city of Dunedin on New Zealand’s South Island has a vibrant restaurant, bar and cafe scene and boasts some stunning surrounds.
Between Perth and Margaret River, there’s plenty to do both on the coast and further inland. It’s a region largely recognised for its organic farm produce, vineyards and craft breweries.
The most frequented area of Australia’s west coast is known as the Warlu Way that takes roadtrippers from Exmouth to Broome.
With stunning coastlines, epic national parks, and charming heritage towns, the coastal route between Sydney and Melbourne is worth exploring as part of any southeastern Australia road trip.
The World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef system, stretching from Bundaberg in the south to the tip of Cape York in Queensland’s north.
You’re guaranteed to experience many a “WOW moment” exploring lush Tropical North Queensland. It’s a large region of northeastern Australia famed for its rainforest and wildlife, waterfalls and hiking and walking trails.
With a coastline that stretches around 4,000km from Melbourne, Victoria in the south to Cairns, Queensland in the North, Australia’s East Coast has it all.