Blessed with multiple microclimates, the capital and its environs has attractions for every green-fingered enthusiast.
It's not all sipping lattes, expensive Queen Street shopping and traffic jams, you know.
Here's a country-wide wrap with the best time to visit these holiday hot spots across the Tasman.
Arriving at Olivia Newton John's legendary well retreat in Byron Bay feels more like arriving at a luxurious retreat in Asia.
Visitors to London's History Museum can now take a "virtual dive" into the colourful world of coral reefs.
London's Trafalgar Square, full of tourists, pigeons and military monuments, has a new occupant.
126 years ago, the Eiffel Tower was officially completed in Paris after 2 years, 2 months, and 5 days of construction.
This treasured Turkish spot makes flying across the world for a wedding worth the effort and expense.
The perception of Maui, the second-largest of the Hawaiian islands, as a destination for the rich is only partially true.
This art walk features Hawaiian guitar jammers lit by tiki torches and an electric-ukulele player.
To learn this intoxicating dance that sprang into life in the brothels of Buenos Aires, you'll need cheap wine, lust and a little bit of magic.
It’s hard to keep your head out of the clouds in the magical forests of Equador.
This one strip of road in the Lion City has enough foodie fabulousness to fill you up for days.
S-21 is confronting, but it's as important as the serene temples of the ancient Angkor civilisation.
The Burj Khalifa is 828 metres tall and is named after an Abu Dhabi sheikh.
Darshan the eagle took off from the world's tallest tower with a camera strapped to him. The view is unparalleled.