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Turquoise-blue sea, white sandy beaches, fascinating nature and cultural diversity - hardly any other term awakens wanderlust like "Oceania".

Oceania: Breathtaking landscapes and unique wildlife

This continent in the South Pacific includes more than 7,500 widely dispersed islands. By far the largest land masses are:

  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • New Guinea

Study in OceaniaDue to their remote location, a unique wildlife could develop on the three islands. The best known representatives are probably the kangaroos, platypus and koalas common in Australia. New Zealand's national animal, the flightless kiwi bird, is nowhere else in the world. But visitors not only move the unusual animals, but above all the breathtaking landscapes to the other side of the world.

Off the northeast coast of Australia is one of the seven wonders of nature, the colorful Great Barrier Reef. The remaining coastlines of the huge country also impress with fantastic, tropical vegetation and fantastic beaches. The sparsely populated interior inspires with its vastness: Endless red desert landscapes, rugged canyons and bizarre rock formations like the Uluru give the outback a special magic.

The same word comes to mind for many when they are in New Zealand for the first time. According to Countryaah, the two main islands of New Zealand only cover just under 270,000 square kilometers, but you can find almost all types of landscape here. High mountain ranges, imposing glaciers, impressive fjord landscapes, rolling green hills, subtropical rainforests and white sandy beaches are closer together than anywhere else.


The mentality of the people in Oceania is also impressive. The casual outlook on life of the “Aussies” and “Kiwis” is almost legendary. You can feel that in the cities too. So in the Australian metropolis Sydney there are not only architectural masterpieces and a huge cultural offer. The residents also like to relax on one of the city's 70 beaches. Even smaller cities like Wellington, the capital of New Zealand, have their own charm thanks to their young, multicultural population and incomparably relaxed lifestyle.

Countries in Oceania
  1. Australia
  2. Fiji
  3. Kiribati
  4. Marshall Islands
  5. Micronesia
  6. Nauru
  7. New Zealand
  8. Palau
  9. Papua New Guinea
  10. Samoa
  11. Solomon Islands
  12. Tonga
  13. Tuvalu
  14. Vanuatu

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