You will need a big set of crayons to fill in the colour-wheel of Oceania.
Start with every shade of red imaginable: that will probably cover the ochre rocks and rusted deserts of the Outback in Australia. For the waters of the South 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 colour, just the way we like it. Someone fetch us a crayon...
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