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Oceania Travel Articles
Australia and New Zealand are popular destinations for independent travelers, and each offers something unique. From backpacker buses to campervans to wineries, BootsnAll has been publishing travel articles and features on Oz and NZ since 1999. If you are going, grab a cup of coffee or a bottle of beer, and prepare to spend a few hours reading through this category.
- 5 Budget-Friendly Things to Do on Rarotonga
- The Cook Island of Rarotonga is known as an expensive destination, but Larissa Coleman proves otherwise
- A Guide to Fraser Island, Australia
- Australia is a land that can offer great time and plenty of wonderful holiday locations to visit. One of Zac's favorite spots is Fraser island, a magical place offering tradition, fun, sun and sand all year round.
- Exploring the Beaches of the South Coast – NSW Australia
- The NSW South Coast extends all the way from Sydney down to Eden and beyond, incorporating the Illawarra, Shoalhaven, Eurobodalla and Sapphire Coast tourism regions. Part of the Sydney to Melbourne coastal drive, this is an area of spectacular views with lush green farmland on the one side and sandy beaches and rocky headlands on the other.
- Wine and Winding Roads on Tasmania’s Wild East Coast
- Often overshadowed by the mainland Australian states, Brad Christmas discovers Tasmania is home to some of most spectacular coastline as well as some of the best food and wine downunder.
- 9 Picturesque Locations for a Working Holiday in Australia
- From cattle mustering to mango picking, Zoë Smith explores nine off-the-beaten-track destinations to work and travel in rural Australia.
- 6 Quintessential Australian Experiences to Add to Your List
- Want to see the Australia that lies beyond the beaches and the backpackers? Lauren Fritsky tells you where to go to learn about the history, see the landscape and maybe even spot a koala in the wild.
- Tapping into the Traditions of the Cook Islands
- Cook Islands may be a bit off the beaten tourist trail, but JoAnna Haugen notes that, for those travelers who make the time to visit, they'll not only be treated to an array of traditions but an open invitation to take part in them as well.
- Eight Ways to Go Downhill in New Zealand
- Adventure activities abound in New Zealand, and Candace Rose Rardon takes a new look at how to get your adrenaline pumping: from sandboarding to skydiving, it’s all about heading downhill.
- Seeing Sydney on a Budget
- Sydney is Australia's priciest city, but there's no reason you can't enjoy it on a budget. Lauren Fritsky shares her tips and tricks for eating, sightseeing and shopping for less while you're there.
- Red Dust and Wilderness in Australia
- Beer in hand, I watch day turn to night as the sun sets across the majestic lands of Karijini Eco Retreat. The red dust becomes engulfed by impenetrable darkness and a cloudless starry night is born.