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Review: Cairns Aquarium & Aqualuna Restaurant

Explore a wonderful world down under, with Cairns‘ newest tourist attraction, The Cairns Aquarium. I was so excited about this experience, there is something majestic about the various animals living beneath the

Review: Kawarau Canyon Half-Day Tour

My Husband and I decided on a destination wedding in Wanaka in 2017 and were lucky enough to have over 80 of our closest Australian friends and family along for the ride.

Review: Dart River Funyak Canoe & Jet Boat Safari

Experience Oz + NZ staffer Michelle had the chance to take part in an epic Dart River Funyak Adventure & Jet Boat Safari in Queenstion – read here review here.

Review: Otway Fly Treetop Adventures

There are three things I’m scared of in life. Tsunamis, heights, and sinkholes…yep, it’s weird, but true. So when I was faced with the notion of combining all 3 fears at once,

The Best Time to Visit the Northern Territory

Home to some of Australia’s most iconic landmarks, such as Uluru and Kakadu National Park, the Northern Territory represents the beating heart of Australia’s rich cultural history, from its tropical north down

Review: Tekapo Springs, New Zealand

Tekapo Springs is located right on the edge of Lake Tekapo which happens to be one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. The Springs are built in three tiers, ensuring

Review: Shotover Canyon Fox, Queenstown

Queenstown is famous for its stunning scenery and extreme experiences and the Shotover Canyon Fox ticks all the boxes of a Queenstown classic. Featuring a 240-metre zip line ride across the beautiful

Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland Review

In this review we explore New Zealand’s Wai-O-Tapu Thermal Wonderland, spanning over approximately 18 square kilometres of protected New Zealand thermal landscape. New Zealand is home to some of the most dynamic

Waitomo Glowworm Caves Review

New Zealand’s north island is a dynamic formation of natural attractions that litter the islands rolling landscape, with Auckland, Rotorua, and Taupo providing hubs from which to explore the northern end of