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Oceania is one of the most unique regions of our planet today. It includes the continent of Australia and the geographic areas of Micronesia, Melanesia, and Polynesia.

It is the smallest land grouping in the world. It receives its name due to the fact that much of the covered area is ocean instead of land.

The geographic extremes of Oceania stretch from the Bonin Islands, which are part of Japan, to Hawaii, which is a state of the United States. Islands belonging to France, New Zealand, Chile, and Australia are included in this diverse mix of cultures as well.

What makes a journey through Oceania so worthwhile is the effort required to reach each destination. Many of the islands are quite remote, which has preserved the local culture in ways that cannot be found elsewhere in the world. Because the international date line passes through Oceania, some islands are a full day behind other destinations.

Yet, because of political affiliations, there are also destinations that require very little planning to achieve a perfect holiday experience.

The biome diversity found within this region is surprisingly diverse as well. You can experience the ruggedness of the Australian outback or enjoy the white sands of a beach located in the middle of the ocean. Thick forests, coral reefs, cave networks, and many more natural wonders await your arrival as well.

Oceania provides visitors with an option to plan a holiday which best suits their needs. Seek out your next destination today.

Below you find a list of the Oceania countries from A-Z

Oceania countries A - Z



For its size, it is only expected that Australia should be a diverse destination with a wide variety of attractions and sites to suit all manner of holidaymakers; but nothing will ever quite prepare those embarking on Australia holidays for the continual splendour, adventure and inspiration experienced in this fascinating country. You’ll experience everything from big cities and remarkable coastal scenery, to diverse, breath-taking landscapes and unique wildlife.

Holidays to Australia can see you adopt a number of lifestyles, whether it is the relaxed sophistication of city life, the action and adventure found in the country’s quality water sports scene, the intrepid traveller vibe experienced when exploring the outback or the ethos of a culture vulture delving into the galleries and museums that reveal the country’s cultural heritage and historical significance.

One of the most popular and iconic stops during Australia holidays is the bustling cosmopolitan city of Sydney, home to the world-famous Sydney Opera House as well as being famed as one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Spend your days exploring impressive landmarks like Harbour Bridge, delving into museums and galleries such as the Museum of Contemporary Art and head to one of the picturesque bays around the city. In the evenings you can enjoy the city’s fantastic dining scene, all with views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge to keep you company.

Melbourne is another wonderful city to drop in on during holidays in Australia, and is very much removed from the grandeur and cosmopolitan ethos of nearby Sydney. You’ll encounter a more artistic and theatrical city, and with a European vibe. The city is also one of the best places to watch sport, recognised as the home of Aussie Rules Football. Brisbane will keep visitors compelled for a few days, boasting a range of striking churches and cathedrals, the impressive Story Bridge and the wonderful Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary where you can get up close to the furry critters.

This continent is unrivalled when it comes to breath-taking and diverse scenery and landscapes, boasting ever-changing worlds throughout the country, from coastal beauty and dry desert sprawl, to steaming rain forest and shimmering mountains – all symbols of Australia holidays. The coastal lures are strong in this country, encompassing action and adventure in the form of surfing at Bondi Beach, diving on the Great Barrier Reef in Cairns and kite-surfing in Perth. You can take that adventurous vibe further just outside of major cities, with Sydney boasting close proximity to the stunning Blue Mountains and expansive Royal National Park, while Melbourne offers up the remarkable Great Ocean Road and the Dandenong Ranges.

For wonderful hiking, rafting and cycling, Tasmania is a playground for the outdoor enthusiast, boasting some wonderful national parks that are determined by diverse landscapes and vistas. For the ultimate Aussie Outback experience, head into the desert and arrive at the world-famous Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock.