• Cocos Keeling Islands
  • Austrlias Indian Ocean Islands
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Welcome to Australia's Indian Ocean Islands

Anchored in the Indian Ocean and swayed by it’s ebb and flow are Christmas Island and the Cocos Keeling Islands. Discover Christmas Island with its spectacular red crab migration, rainforest, rare and endemic birds, and amazing marine life. The Cocos Keeling Islands, Australia’s unspoilt island paradise, are home to world class diving, kitesurfing and relaxing in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean.  

Remove yourself to an Island landscape ...

Christmas Island Tourism

Christmas Island

- A Natural Wonder

Christmas Island is one of natures most impressive feats, an island full of natural wonders: from the unique annual red crab migration to rare and unusual birds and glorious deserted beaches where the only footprints in the sand are those made by nesting turtles. With so many endemic species, the island is often referred to as the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean. Yet it also displays a curious amalgam of cultures, history and industry, emerging as a place where all these elements create a truly unusual travel experience.

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Cocos Keeling Islands

Cocos Keeling Islands

- Make it yours

Australia's last unspoilt paradise, the Cocos Keeling Islands, lie in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, kissed by the sun and caressed by fragrant trade winds. Offering spectacular snorkelling, world-class diving, excellent fishing and the adrenalin-rush of kitesurfing, the Cocos Keeling Islands are also a deeply tranquil holiday location. Relax on empty beaches, visit uninhabited islands by canoe, watch spectacular birdlife or catch the ferry to Home Island and discover the culture and traditions of the Cocos Malay people. Only two of the 27 islands are inhabited - the rest are waiting for you to explore them.

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