With offices in Singapore and New Zealand, Antipodean Travel is a leading travel company, specialising in New Zealand and Australia, as well as South Pacific itineraries. Founded by New Zealander Alexandra Stewart, Antipodean brings a highly-specialised offering and new style of luxury to the region.
Its team of travel specialists curate one-of-a-kind, personalised itineraries that deliver fun and memorable experiences. At Antipodean, we take the time to understand each of our guests’ needs, to provide boutique travel concierge services specialising in exclusive, curated Australasian Experiences and Cruise options.
Alexandra and Dean have had a diverse and exciting range of travel experiences over the years. Dean enjoys hunting, fishing and flying and the serenity of our great outdoors. Alexandra’s has a business background and has travelled the world seeking new experiences in luxury travel and exploration.
Alexandra grew up in the South Island, Dean in the North Island and it’s their combined knowledge, family, friends and business connections across New Zealand that allow them to deliver something truly unique to Antipodean Luxury Travel’s clientele.
Our sense of family connections is important to us. This extends to those who choose to be a part of our larger family group – they become our whanau.
Manuhiri (our Guests) are treated with the highest level of respect and honour when welcomed into our country, and into our communities.
As kaitiaki (guardians) of our land, we are responsible for protecting the environment and holding it in sacred trust for our grandchildren to inherit in years to come.
The name of our company is “Antipodean” /anˌtɪpəˈdiːən/, referring to people from, or things relating to New Zealand or Australia. Our logo design is based on the actual meaning of “Antipodes”: Any place on earth that is the diametrically opposite point on the earth to it.
Which is why the English called New Zealand “the Antipodes“, and the name has stuck.
By working with triangles and having them point upwards and downwards this: