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1. Posted by asatkowiak (Budding Member 2 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

Wow - what a whirl wind trip! Australia and New Zealand in just over three weeks - I'm exhausted! I went to Melbourne, Adelaide, Hayman Island, Gold Coast, Sydney, Auckland and Queenstown!

It is definately a place I want to go back to - just need more time next time!

Have you been there? what's your favorite place?

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please... ]

2. Posted by anglosurma (Full Member 106 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

my favorite was the north queensland rainforest.
and the nullabours in south oz its got a spiritual feel about it as its so empty

mmmm infact i cant decide i love ozzie sorry my heart weeps

3. Posted by maba (Inactive 227 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

Well for the Australian component of your trip; Oz is a vast land of many contrasts - i'm glad you enjoyed your fleeting visit. Make sure you come back again and take more time & do it slowly oh .. include Central Australia - awesome, especially if you liked the Nullabour..

4. Posted by kir19 (Inactive 55 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

I love the land of OZ!
I've traveled extensively throughout the country (and lived in Melbourne for 6 months) and Fraser Island is by far my favorite place. It is a natural paradise and I just hope that the Australia gov't can keep it protected and unspoiled.

hmmmm NZ....
kayaking in Milford Sound was pretty impressive...i also enjoyed abel tasman national park...gorgeous beaches...

5. Posted by escdt (Budding Member 5 posts) 10y Star this if you like it!

Hey I'm actually an exchange student studying in Melbourne for the semester and am planing on going to NZ in may for a week. I'm in the process of planing the trip any suggestions? I'm also doing some extra travel in june and not sure yet where to go maybe tasmania. Any feed back is appreciated.