Oceania

You’ll need a big set of crayons to fill in the color wheel of Oceania. Start with every shade of red imaginable: that will probably cover the ochre rocks and rusted deserts of the Outback. For the waters of the Pacific? Cobalt blue. But save plenty of turquoise and pale gold for the shallow sandbanks and coastal shoals of Timor and northern Queensland. Then there’s the pure white of New Zealand snow, the moss green of Tasmania's southern forests and the inky brown of a classic Melbourne espresso. Oceania is life in full color, just the way we like it. Someone fetch us a crayon...

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Articles about travel in Oceania

The tribe has spoken: these Asian tribes will blow your mind

Posted on Mon, 29 Sep 2014 by Intrepid Travel

Believe it or not, the old world does survive, in the deep jungles and the high mountains, kept alive in the ancient knowledge of tribes.

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Australia on show in Intrepid’s August photo competition

Posted on Wed, 3 Sep 2014 by Intrepid Travel

For August - month two of our Intrepid photo competition 2015 - we shifted the focus to Intrepid's homeland of Australia in an attempt to encourage our travellers to capture everything we love about 'the lucky country'. And we weren't disappointed.

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Travelled with Australasia’s leading tour operator?

Posted on Thu, 12 Jun 2014 by Sue Elliot

Intrepid Travel is thrilled to be nominated in the 21st annual World Travel Awards, in the category of Australasia’s Leading Tour Operator. If you’ve travelled with Intrepid, we would be [...]

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How to use your power for Earth Hour

Posted on Wed, 12 Mar 2014 by Jane Crouch

Everyone has power to make real change and impact in the world. Including you. Join in this years Earth Hour on 29 March, and you will be part of the [...]

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Top 15 wild animal encounters

Posted on Mon, 17 Feb 2014 by Jane Crouch

From sloths hanging out, to whales breathtakingly breeching and lions stalking their prey – when we asked you about your best experiences with animals when travelling, we were inundated with [...]

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A visit to Oz

Posted on Thu, 26 Sep 2013 by Sue Elliot

You might have done so much planning and preparation that you already feel like you know a place before you visit. But as Debora Hoffman discovered when she left her [...]

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On an Outback road to somewhere

Posted on Fri, 5 Jul 2013 by Sue Elliot

"None of us knew what to expect, but as the days passed and the earth changed from brown to red, our excitement became tangible..."

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5 great ways to start your day

Posted on Sat, 22 Jun 2013 by Sue Elliot

Set your alarm clock and see where Sue Elliot, our Intrepid Express editor, loves to see the sun rise...

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Turning heads in Tasmania

Posted on Tue, 4 Sep 2012 by Sue Elliot

Helen introduces us to a Hobart newcomer that is much more than just another museum...

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Natural thrill of New Zealand

Posted on Tue, 4 Sep 2012 by Sue Elliot

"I expected to be impressed with the scenery of New Zealand, but I was still taken aback by the beauty of Mt Cook..."

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1 million seedlings and more!

Posted on Mon, 13 Aug 2012 by Sue Elliot

Intrepid is a proud supporter of TreeProject, helping to tackle salinity and land degradation by putting native trees back on the land...

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Preventing a great barrier disaster

Posted on Wed, 4 Jul 2012 by Sue Elliot

Challenging this reckless coal expansion will be one of the most significant environmental issues ever faced by Greenpeace Australia Pacific...

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