Enjoy these New Zealand photos, all contributed by readers of Solo Traveler and members of the Solo Travel Society from their various trips.
Two Solo Travel Society members experience New Zealand in different ways and both recommend it as an ideal destination to visit.
Natural beauty, culture, food… Sydney is a fantastic destination but it comes at a price. Here are budget Sydney tips to make this city affordable.
Over the span of a month, this Solo Travel Society member explored the East Coast and Tasmania on an epic solo Australia road trip.
This photo was shared with us by a Solo Travel Society member who flew a drone high above Airlie Beach to get this overhead shot.
This stunning sunset, and its reflection in a dam, was taken by a Solo Travel Society member in Hay, New South Wales, Australia.
There are discoveries to be made both on and off The Ghan, Australia’s iconic train journey. Here is a look at a 4-day trip, including off-train excursions.
Frantic and frazzled, a busy mom and solo traveler finds herself transformed on The Ghan, one of the world’s great rail journeys in Australia.
Solo aboard The Ghan, your only responsibilities will be gazing at the stunning landscape, enjoying local food & wine, and relaxing in your single cabin.
Hiking the Blue Mountains, or bushwalking as it’s called in Australia, is available to all levels of hikers. Here’s where to go, stay, eat and hike.
For easy access to the Great Barrier Reef, the Atherton Tablelands, and the Daintree Rainforest, this Solo Travel Society member recommends Cairns.
For this Solo Travel Society member the 15-hour flight to Australia was more than worth it for the food and wine, national park, beaches and activities.
From urban centers to grand nature, from the Auckland Station to the Tongariro Volcano our artist in residence gives you her images of New Zealand.
Solo Traveler Artist in Residence, Marie Pottiez shares her travel experience in this charming series of images of Australia.
Wellington, New Zealand was the destination for this first-time solo traveler – and she highly recommends it for those who are new to traveling alone.
Hiking in the outback, camping out under the stars, and observing Uluru at sunrise and sunset, this Solo Travel Society member loved her trip to Australia.
This Solo Travel Society came away wanting to give every resident of Christchurch a hug, as they continue to rebuild after the earthquakes.
For stunning scenery and well-organized and maintained tracks, the Great Walks of New Zealand can’t be beat, according to this Solo Travel Society member.
Sydney, Australia: home to some of the friendliest people on the planet, says this Solo Travel Society member-not to mention the beaches and the kangaroo pizza!
For peace and tranquility, incredible scenery, and the joy of hiking in snow in the middle of summer, this Solo Travel Society member recommends Mount Cook.