Location Features - Oahu
Oahu is home to some of Hawaii's best-known visitor attractions, from historic Pearl Harbor to the wild and pounding surf of Waimea Bay. Relive Hawaii's royal past at Iolani Palace and the venerable Bishop Museum. Above all, Oahu is home to Waikiki Beach, a crescent of white sand and glittering hotels at the foot of Diamond Head crater.
Honolulu is a vibrant and diverse city that combines the very best of Western, Asian, and Polynesian culture into a centre of shopping, dining and entertainment. At night it vibrates with nightclubs, dinner shows and theatre. For those well versed in the cuisine of the Pacific Rim, here you'll savour some of the best - Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean and more. Shopping is a major pastime, with some of the most famous names in couture - Gucci, Chanel and Dior - showcased in Waikiki and nearby Ala Moana Center. Specialty shops abound, as well as traditional department stores and outlet malls. You're sure to leave with suitcases bulging at the seams!
Special events are big part of life on Oahu. Dare-devil surfers test their skills on monster winter waves on the North Shore. The annual Aloha Festivals attracts thousands to celebrate at street parties and enjoy the floral parade. And talented dancers, chanters and musicians from around the world gather at prestigious hula competitions.
The Holiday Centre
The Holiday Centre is home at The Oasis Centre in Broadbeach.
We have an experienced team of International and Domestic travel consultants that
are ready to assist with making your holiday a memorable one.
Phone: 1300 332 254
Fax: 07 5584 8099
Mon-Fri 8am-7pm, Sat-Sun 8am-5pm (QLD time)