The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made, by Air New Zealand. — Photo from AFP
Rest in nature: The view of Kakadu National Park from Ubirr. This is Australia’s largest terrestrial national park at almost two million hectares (about half the size of Switzerland). — Photos from Tourism Australia
Stunning: The Grand Pacific Drive encompasses some of NSW's most spectacular scenery and coastline. Highlights include Jervis Bay Point and lighthouse. - Photo from Dolphin Watch Cruises Jervis Bay/Destination NSW

Air New Zealand’s Hobbit-inspired safety video with Peter Jackson

‘The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made’ with Elijah Wood and Peter Jackson

Mesmerising Northern Territory – its parks and indigenous culture

Australia’s oldest city has charm, but there's more outside its embrace

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A chance to travel through Middle-earth and meet Peter Jackson

29 July 2014

Plus, the first teaser trailer of 'The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies'!

Big spenders and misers

5 July 2014

Who are the most generous – and who are the stingiest – tippers?

Outback in Western Australia

18 June 2014

SUPPLEMENT: The sweeping plains and panoramas of the vast Australian outback are awe-inspiring and spectacular and offer a drive through like no other.

Alluring Adelaide

18 June 2014

SUPPLEMENT: Some of the best wines Down Under come from South Australia and the region also boasts some spectacular natural scenery. Now get in your car and drive, mate!

Tantalising Tasmanian delights

17 June 2014

SUPPLEMENT: Lots of states and regions in Australia offer outstanding scenery and scrumptious food but Tasmania might just about convince you it has the best. Well worth a drive to find out if it’s true.

Spectacular Sydney and surrounds

17 June 2014

SUPPLEMENT: There’s more to New South Wales than the state capital of Sydney (which is great in its own right) and taking a drive out is the best way, to discover that.

Marvellous Melbourne and surrounds

17 June 2014

SUPPLEMENT: The state of Victoria is quite compact and you can cover much of its length and breath easily in a week. The two most popular driving routes are the Great Southern Touring Route and South East Touring Triangle

Queensland's sunny side

16 June 2014

What’s not to like about Queensland especially its famed beaches, sunny skies and entertainment galore especially on the southern end.

It's Darwin's natural selection

16 June 2014

SUPPLEMENT: Life is a journey and Australia offers you many different options especially if it’s a self-drive holiday. So let’s start from the very top and check out the Northern Territory starting with Darwin.

Tasty fun at the Gold Coast

12 June 2014

Malaysians can relate very well to anything to do with food and the need to get the best pickings. And no place is too far, so why not the Gold Coast which is a just a plane ride away!

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