Enjoy the adventure of the extreme sports capital of the world, Queenstown, New Zealand. From bungee jumping, to a high-speed land luge, Queenstown will fill your need for speed. If you like sun, surf and sand, unpolluted air and an unencumbered lifestyle, with heaps of things to see and do, then you'll love the Gold Coast of Australia. Located in Queensland, on the eastern coast of Australia, the Gold Coast boasts an average of 245 days of great weather each year, helping Queensland to earn its title, the Sunshine State.'
A long way from the days when Captain Cook passed the coast in 1770, the Gold Coast has become one of Australia's most popular holiday play grounds. Welcome to the Gold Coast. Millions of visitors come here each year from around the world for the endless sandy beaches, the shops and nightlife of Surfers Paradise, the championship golf courses, and the backwoods hinterland for bushwalking and nature treks in the rain forest. The high rise apartment buildings that line the main town of Surfers Paradise may remind you of Miami Beach, but the spirit here is pure Aussie. Recreation and ingenuity go hand-in-hand here, is what it is all about. Cruising on the largest amphibious bus ever built, the Adventure Duck is the most unusual way to see what the Gold Coast has to offer. Sitting high in the air with a duck-side view, you'll tool around town before plunging into the water.
Come and live wild and free 'Down Under!'