Oceania consists of 14 independent countries like Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. Several dependent territories like French Polynesia and the Cook Islands also belong to to this part of our world.
It is a region of differences and untouched nature. Oceania’s unique ecosystems and remoteness has lead to a unique flora and fauna. You can observe marsupials like kangaroos, koalas and quokkas or birds like the famous kiwi.
Australia offers diverse landscapes that range from deserts in the Red Center to the oldest rainforest in the world in Queensland’s tropical north. You have stunning beaches like Bondi Beach in Sydney or Cable Beach in Broome.
Some of the most famous natural wonders of Australia are Uluru in the Outback and the famous Great Barrier Reef.
Meanwhile New Zealand offers volcanos, the Southern Alps and incredible places like Milford Sound. It is home of Mount Cook (Aoraki), which is the largest mountain of this region.