The Pinnacles in Western Australia are part of a surreal landscape, as are the Bungle Bungles. The Simpson Desert contains the world's longest parallel dunes whilst Daintree boasts the oldest rainforest in the world. Uluru is probably the most iconic landmark, whilst the weathered domes at Kata Tjuta are less well-known but similarly impressive. Get off the beaten path by exploring Arnhem Land in Northern Australia or travelling to Tasmania to visit Cradle Mountain.
On the North Island of New Zealand take in the Bay of Islands, Ninety Mile Beach, the Waitomo caves, the volcanic peaks of Tongariro, the thermal attractions of Rotorua and the dramatic Whanganui River. On the South Island, see Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound. Gawp at the Fox Glacier and Franz Josef Glacier or admire the Southern Alps. The Punakaiki Pancake Rocks and the Moeraki Boulders provide coastal attractions, whilst Marlborough Sound, Lake Wakatipu and Stewart Island ought to also be on your list.
These are just a handful of the options available though. You can also tailor-make your natural world holiday in Australasia and the Pacific by adding a city stay, beach holiday or other excursion to your itinerary; talk to a destination specialist to see what we can do for you.