‘Must-See’ Destinations on your Round The World Trip To Australia<br />Planning a trip to Australia?<br />Get yourself a r...
Stop over: Bangkok <br />Bangkok provides the perfect opportunity to sample the best Thai food on offer…<br />Mouth-wateri...
Bangkok Highlights<br />Experience the still magnificent but crumbling temples of the former Siamese capital; the Marble T...
Stop over: Hong Kong<br />A very popular stop over; experience the diversity of China’s western edge. A very safe city of ...
Hong Kong Highlights<br />A gadget- shopper’s paradise, by day you can take the funicular railway to the summit of Mount V...
Stop over: Fiji<br />“Bula!” as the Fijians say as a greeting.<br />A warm welcome awaits if you find time for a stop over...
Fiji Favourites<br />World-renowned surf, luxurious turquoise lagoons and tropical forests.<br />And how about enjoying th...
Australia… there’s nothing like it…<br />White sand beaches, rocky coasts, rainforest, reefs, world food in cosmopolitan c...
Sydney<br />A truly iconic and ‘must see’ city, Sydney explodes with once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Sail the harbour, cli...
Take to the sea<br />Where better to learn how to ride a wave than Bondi or Manly beach? You could always Kayak on the har...
Great local wines<br />With so much to tire yourself out with in the greater Sydney, area, you should also consider some d...
Rainforest to reef<br />The only place where two World Heritage areas meet – Cape Tribulation is a paradise of wildlife, b...
Great Barrier Reef<br />Another truly un-missable coastal destination is the world’s largest reef system off the eastern c...
The Outer Reef<br />One of the best ways to see the reef is to take a catamaran out to one of the floating pontoons on the...
Dive and snorkel<br />The reef welcomes any intrepid explorers – whether you swim, snorkel, scuba or simply take in the un...
Red Centre: Uluru<br />Uluru, the mysterious and imposing red rock outcrop resting in the Northern Territory, sacred to th...
Aboriginal Art<br />Learn about the significance of this world heritage site to the aboriginal people as they guide your e...
Melbourne<br />Declared a city by Queen Victoria, this city of culture still retains some fine Victorian architecture and ...
St Kilda<br />Looking for Melbourne’s bohemian side? Head to St Kilda, home of more great beaches, quirky shops and the fa...
Philip Island<br />One of the state of Victoria’s best gems – Philip Island is home to the little penguins! Join the fun a...
Philip Island<br />At no bigger than thirteen inches, these tiny fellas swim ashore every evening to return to their nests...
Great Ocean Road<br />Experience one of the world’s most scenic driving routes along the dramatic coastline. Hire a car an...
Twelve Apostles<br />Nestling along the cliff line of Port Campbell National Park are the dramatic and magnificent limesto...
Twelve Apostles<br />… visit at dusk and watch as the sun sets over the coast and turns the neighbouring rocks to autumnal...
To book your <br />round the world flights, <br />hotels and tours, <br />call the friendly team at Travel Nation<br />012...
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Check out these top stop offs on your round the world trip to Australia. There are some great destinations that shouldn't be missed, including Bangkok, Hong kong and Fiji. Not to mention the amazing sights that Australia has to offer. What are you waiting for? Book your round the world flights today and see these unfortgettable destinations for real!

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  1. 1. ‘Must-See’ Destinations on your Round The World Trip To Australia<br />Planning a trip to Australia?<br />Get yourself a round the world ticket and plan in some stop-overs en route. <br />Here are some of our picks for the route out & Australia …<br />
  2. 2. Stop over: Bangkok <br />Bangkok provides the perfect opportunity to sample the best Thai food on offer…<br />Mouth-watering local dishes each combining the signature four flavours (hot, salty, sour and sweet), from the famous Pad Thai, to Satay, Green curry and Massaman curry. Delicious!<br />
  3. 3. Bangkok Highlights<br />Experience the still magnificent but crumbling temples of the former Siamese capital; the Marble Temple (pictured), the Temples of the Golden Buddha and the Reclining Buddha<br />
  4. 4. Stop over: Hong Kong<br />A very popular stop over; experience the diversity of China’s western edge. A very safe city of Cantonese flavours with strands of British influence woven throughout<br />
  5. 5. Hong Kong Highlights<br />A gadget- shopper’s paradise, by day you can take the funicular railway to the summit of Mount Victoria or climb the Bank of China tower for panoramic views over Kowloon bay and at night, see the sky lit up by a spectacular laser show!<br />
  6. 6. Stop over: Fiji<br />“Bula!” as the Fijians say as a greeting.<br />A warm welcome awaits if you find time for a stop over in this beautiful archipelago of islands in the South Pacific…<br />
  7. 7. Fiji Favourites<br />World-renowned surf, luxurious turquoise lagoons and tropical forests.<br />And how about enjoying the real Feejee Experience; snorkel with sharks, and visit traditional villages and local schools. Explore your heart out!<br />
  8. 8. Australia… there’s nothing like it…<br />White sand beaches, rocky coasts, rainforest, reefs, world food in cosmopolitan cities.<br />Australia is quite possibly one of the most visitor-friendly destinations you could ever visit…<br />
  9. 9. Sydney<br />A truly iconic and ‘must see’ city, Sydney explodes with once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Sail the harbour, climb the bridge, explore the opera house and take a stack of photos to make your friends utterly envious!<br />
  10. 10. Take to the sea<br />Where better to learn how to ride a wave than Bondi or Manly beach? You could always Kayak on the harbour, or take a scenic flight on a seaplane?<br />
  11. 11. Great local wines<br />With so much to tire yourself out with in the greater Sydney, area, you should also consider some down time over a great meal.<br />Sydney’s fusion cuisine takes it’s flavour from the blend of ethnicities living in the city. It’s perfectly accompanied by a wine from one of the local Hunter Valley vineyards. <br />
  12. 12. Rainforest to reef<br />The only place where two World Heritage areas meet – Cape Tribulation is a paradise of wildlife, beaches and forest set inside Daintree National Park<br />
  13. 13. Great Barrier Reef<br />Another truly un-missable coastal destination is the world’s largest reef system off the eastern coast of Australia. Home to clownfish, corals, seahorses and other colourful marine creatures…<br />
  14. 14. The Outer Reef<br />One of the best ways to see the reef is to take a catamaran out to one of the floating pontoons on the outer reef. <br />Coral here is visible just a few inches from the surface!<br />
  15. 15. Dive and snorkel<br />The reef welcomes any intrepid explorers – whether you swim, snorkel, scuba or simply take in the underwater view from an observation deck or glass-bottomed boat<br />
  16. 16. Red Centre: Uluru<br />Uluru, the mysterious and imposing red rock outcrop resting in the Northern Territory, sacred to the Australia’s Aboriginal people appears to change colour and glows red at dawn and dusk<br />
  17. 17. Aboriginal Art<br />Learn about the significance of this world heritage site to the aboriginal people as they guide your exploration<br />
  18. 18. Melbourne<br />Declared a city by Queen Victoria, this city of culture still retains some fine Victorian architecture and the charming old-world tram system.<br />Come to Melbourne to watch Aussie Rules football or bet on a horse in the famous Melbourne Cup!<br />
  19. 19. St Kilda<br />Looking for Melbourne’s bohemian side? Head to St Kilda, home of more great beaches, quirky shops and the famous Luna Park fairground<br />
  20. 20. Philip Island<br />One of the state of Victoria’s best gems – Philip Island is home to the little penguins! Join the fun and games any evening….<br />
  21. 21. Philip Island<br />At no bigger than thirteen inches, these tiny fellas swim ashore every evening to return to their nests. Book yourself in for a view of the Penguin Parade!<br />
  22. 22. Great Ocean Road<br />Experience one of the world’s most scenic driving routes along the dramatic coastline. Hire a car and find a motel, or even better, hire yourself a Spaceship campervan – on the road luxury!<br />
  23. 23. Twelve Apostles<br />Nestling along the cliff line of Port Campbell National Park are the dramatic and magnificent limestone stacks known as the 12 Apostles. <br />Take a spectacular helicopter flight over the shoreline or alternatively …<br />
  24. 24. Twelve Apostles<br />… visit at dusk and watch as the sun sets over the coast and turns the neighbouring rocks to autumnal shades of red and orange.<br />One of the best photo opportunities in Australia!<br />
  25. 25. To book your <br />round the world flights, <br />hotels and tours, <br />call the friendly team at Travel Nation<br />01273 320580<br />Or<br />Get a quote<br />The world is waiting for you<br />What are you waiting for?<br />
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