Oceania

Darwin, NT

The city’s proximity to Asia means you’ll also find strong Asian influences, especially in the energetic food scene and night markets.

Living in Australia

Originally posted on HD HANSFORD:
The positives and negatives of living on Earth’s biggest island It’s no secret that Australia is one of the most beautiful and diverse countries on the planet, and a bucket list destination for travellers of all ages. The world’s largest island is ranked among the safest, happiest and best overall countries to live by the United Nations, Wall Street Journal and Australian residents themselves. While…

The Harbour City

The first stop on many Australian itineraries, and for good reason. It’s an inviting blend of the exhilarating and easygoing.

Brisbane, Australia

With a high safety index and world-class education facilities, from primary through to graduate studies, Brisbane is a popular destination for students and families of all ages.

K’gari, the Great Sandy Island

The formation of the island was completely due to the weather and waters of the region, with continuous years of wind, ocean currents, and waves pushing the deep siliceous sand from the far south-east coast of Australia to outer area of the ocean.

The Gold Coast

With over 70 kilometres of glistening coastline, the largest concentration of theme parks in the southern hemisphere, and a thriving arts and culture scene, there’s plenty to discover about the Gold Coast.

Adelaide

Before the British colony was established, Adelaide was populated by the Kaurna aboriginal people.