An island blessed with lush landscapes, amazing corals, rain forests and an abundance of waterfalls.
33 atolls, with a total area of only 811 km², are scattered over an area of 3.5 million km².
Discovered in 1770 by captain James Cook, the island was named in the honor of the prehistoric inhabitants, the one meter long Monitor Lizard.
Byron Bay is famed worldwide for its surfing beaches, scuba diving, whale watching, rural beauty and a laid back lifestyle.
The Gold Coast is a high-profile tourist destination for Australians and overseas travelers, famous for its many beaches and nightlife.
The 'capital' of the Gold Coast, and one of the largest tourist destinations in Australia.
Aitutaki is an island in the Southern Cook Islands with a breathtakingly beautiful landscape.
The fabulous golden-white sand beaches and the magnificent coastal scenery are just part of the attractions of Coromandel Peninsula.
Tairua is a small coastal town situated on the coast of the Coromandel Peninsula and it's a popular destination for summer vacations.
One of the Whitsunday Islands of Queensland, Australia, which made waves in 2008 when it advertised the caretaker's position as the Best Job in the World.
The largest island in the Whitsunday Islands archipelago, and home to the famous Whitehaven beach.
Moreton Island is a 36 kilometers long sand island, and it is also the second largest sand island in the world.
The bays and beaches are the primary attraction on Rottnest, featuring excellent reefs and caves, for swimming, snorkeling and diving.
A deserted island, famous for being the setting where Tom Hank's 'Castaway' was filmed.
Scuba diving in Rangiroa, French Polynesia is breathtakingly fabulous, with dolphins, sharks, manta rays, turtles.