Canberra is the capital of Australia, nestled between Sydney, 3 hours north, and Melbourne, 7 hours south. Canberra is also only a short 2 hour to pristine beaches or snow capped mountains. To the west is the Brindabella Ranges, to the south Namadgi National Park. To the north and east are large number of cool climate wineries.
New South Wales is a southeastern state, that has numerous surf beaches and rocky coastal areas dotted along it's coastline. Inland are a diverse range of rugged ranges, rainforests and outback towns. Current images include Camel Rock, north of Bermagui
The Northern Territory is home to some of the worlds most uniques destinations including Uluru, Kata Tjuta, Kakadu and the West MacDonnell Ranges. You be able to experience majestic ranges and gorges, flood plains, deserts, prolific range of wildlife and vegetation.
Tasmania is Australia southern most State and on Island of the the south east coast of Australia. It is renowned for its wild weather, UNESCO heritage areas, gourmet food, distilled spirits and wine. It's most famous walk is the overland track, however there are other spectacular multi days walks that need to be experienced.
Victoria is in the south east of Australia and has a diverse landscape from rainforests and ski fields in its mahout ranges to gold beaches and rugged shore lines. Victoria is steeped in history with early settlers heading to Victoria to find their fortune by mining for gold.
Hong Kong is a former British colony in south east China that operates as an autonomous territory. The territory consist of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the New Territories and outlying Islands. Hong Kong is infamous for its street markets, tailors and major high end retail centres but also is a great place to hike if you prefer the outdoors.