Papua New Guinea uncovered

Explore Papua New Guinea’s remote islands on board the luxurious True North. There are so many wondrous places to visit in the world, and Papua New Guinea is high up on the list

‘POLAR IF SOL’ island

It is not often a new paradise island is uncovered. The latest discovery has been named ‘Polar If Sol’, located in the South Pacific

Sail Away to the Solitary Islands, New South Wales

Just a short hop from Sydney, the five islands of The Solitary Islands Marine Park are located 75km from the coastline of New South Wales scenic north coast. The waters surrounding the islands are the only place in Australia to see a melting pot of tropical and sub-tropical fish coexist, an experience that cannot be seen anywhere else in the world so close to the mainland. Named by Captain Cook, this archipelago is the only place in Australia where two underwater worlds - tropical and sub-tropical - come together. The islands are a must-see for visitors to New South Wales boasting unrivalled marine life with fish, turtles, sharks, dolphins, whales and corals in abundance. Please see below a roundup of some of the things you can do around the Islands

Vivid Sydney

Preparations are ramping up for Vivid Sydney - the largest festival of Light, Music and Ideas in the Southern Hemisphere

Reasons to visit the Cook Islands

The Cook Islands have long been a magnet for adventurous people who have been lured by crystal clear sea, a rich underwater life and the strong Polynesian culture. Here are just five reasons to choose this little slice of paradise as your holiday destination for 2020

Te Maeva Nui Festival

The largest and most important cultural event in the Cook Islands takes place from July 26th to August 5th. Te Maeva Nui Festival is a week-long cultural and dance festival that celebrates the anniversary of the Cook Islands becoming an independent nation

Spring in the Abel Tasman National Park

The beating heart of the bay's activities can be found in a place that easily rivals the seven wonders of the world; the Abel Tasman National Park. Kaiteriteri and Marahau, also known as the 'gateways to paradise' are bustling all year round with water-lovers heading out on their days adventures aboard sailing boats, kayaks, paddleboards and scenic cruises

The ultimate tour of the Marlborough Sounds

In Depth have announced the perfect new experience for those looking to explore the spectacular New Zealand Marlborough Sounds from the water but would also rather settle down for the night in a remote luxury lodge, only reachable by boat or helicopter

Island luxury

The new Taumeasina Island Resort boasts breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean and mountains of Upolu

Samoa is a dream holiday destination

In addition to its white sandy beaches, colourful coral reefs and clear blue skies, it has an amazing calendar of new and annual events for visitors to enjoy throughout 2015