Although there are tours that will take you to multiple countries in Australasia, you’re more likely to see them individually. Australia is so big that you can comfortably spend a year there and not see anywhere near all of it. Popular tours include travelling deep into the Red Centre to see the natural wonder of Uluru, heading out to dive or snorkel at the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, or exploring the iconic city of Sydney in New South Wales. Tours up and down either coast are also popular.
New Zealand isn’t quite so vast, but it still packs an impressive amount into its two islands. Auckland and Wellington will be your main city stops, but it’s really all about the natural wonders here – Milford Sound, Rotorua, Fox Glacier, Tongariro National Park, Bay of Islands… we’d be here a long time if we tried to list them all. Expect tours to be active. If you’re into extreme activities, pick a tour that takes you to Queenstown, world capital of bungee jumps, skydives, and anything else that’ll make you vomit from the adrenaline high.
If you need time to recover after all of that, the beaches of Fiji are waiting for you not too far away (told you we hadn’t forgotten about it).