It's the gift of a lifetime. Three hundred of Oprah's audience members arrived in Sydney, Australia today to enjoy an eight-day vacation courtesy of the Queen of daytime talk. The lucky folks will get to explore the Australian Outback, take surfing lessons, watch kangaroos and koalas, and will enjoy beachside barbecues, reports the Associated Press. They'll round-off the trip by taping two episodes for the show at the Sydney Opera House (which has been informally renamed the "Oprah" House) and a third in an undisclosed location... "It's an unbelievable experience, and I just want to soak in every bit of it," said Jocelyn Kelley of Boston, who was traveling with her mother, Gloria. "To be in that audience, to be a part of something so big, is just amazing." Audience members present at Oprah's 25th season premiere earlier this year were stunned to learn she was sending all of them to the land down under. What are your favorite moments from the "Oprah Winfrey Show"?