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A Brisbane to Melbourne Road Trip!

September 1, 2017

There are many incredible roadtrips you could choose to experience in Australia, all with outstanding views and unbelievable experiences on offer. This particular roadtrip is ideal if you want to see stunning coastlines spanning three beautiful states, beginning and ending in two awesome cities. Brisbane Your trip begins in the…

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living overseas: sydney, australia

July 11, 2017

Doing a Working Holiday in Australia: Ready to do your working holiday? Not really sure what to expect? Everyone’s experience is different, but let me tell you about mine, and some of the people’s that I met along the way. I’ll break it down for you so it’s easy-you can…

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Why you shouldn't skip Canberra

June 16, 2017

Welcome to Canberra: Home of History and Culture A lot of visitors usually skip Canberra when they visit Australia, especially if you are a first time visitor. It has always been Sydney or Melbourne, but did you know that Canberra is the capital of Australia? Canberra may not have the many…

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A Secret Paradise – Callala and Jervis Bay

June 15, 2017

Go South! When it comes to holidays, Sydneysiders tend to head north. The central coast, all the way up to Queensland is stunning for sure, but the best-kept secret in NSW has to be the gorgeous rural south, and a special little spot called Callala in Jervis Bay. Almost completely…

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A DAY IN MANLY, SYDNEY

June 12, 2017

Chances are at some point during your travels in Australia, you will end up in Sydney. It’s the perfect place to live and work, whilst at the same time feeling like you’re constantly experiencing new and different things. The great thing about Sydney is that you don’t need to travel…

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The Best Stops Along Australia's East Coast

May 11, 2017

My time in Australia was predominantly spent along the East Coast. In fact, I have travelled up the coast twice now. The first time starting in Sydney and making my way up to Cairns on the Greyhound Coach. The second time starting in Brisbane and driving up to Cairns in…

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The Sydney Guide

May 2, 2017

Sydney is one of the most famous cities of the southern hemisphere and often mistakenly called the capital of Australia, embodies the relaxed and easy-going way of life. Therefore, every year millions of tourists travel there to surf the wave and many of them never leave. Nightlife In Sydney I…

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Road Trip! Sydney to the Gold Coast

April 20, 2017

A road trip up the east coast of Australia is easily the best way to see some of the prettiest coastline in the world. Yeah, you can jump on a Jetstar and be in another state in an hour, but our highways were made for leisurely drives and romantic detours….

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Free Camping In Cobram

April 19, 2017

Cobram is a small town in Northern Victoria. It is part of the Murray Goulburn region. The town itself is not that spectacular although it will provide you with all of the essentials including a supermarket, liquor store, bakery, butcher, petrol station and tackle store. To get to the campground,…

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Non-mainstream Australia: the amazing contrasts of Canberra

April 10, 2017

In European minds, Australia is depicted as a wild land, where everyone’s daily routine involves surfing and kangaroos spotting. Well, there is much more than beautiful clichés. Thanks to my Exchange Program at Uni I had the opportunity to visit and live in a hidden gem of Australia, which is…

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Sydney on a Budget

March 28, 2017

How to see Sydney for less So you’ve found yourself in Sydney. Maybe you’re a backpacker, a broke student, or just a tourist trying to make ends meet! The worst thing you can do in this beautiful city is end up spending way too much money on sights and experiences…

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Jingellic and The Bridge Hotel

March 24, 2017

The Bridge Hotel Many people don’t realize that there are a lot of hotels and country pubs in Australia that offer free or low-cost camping on or near their property. The Bridge Hotel in Jingellic is one of them. Jingellic is a small country town nestled on the New South…

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Running Guide: Sydney, Australia

March 20, 2017

Sydney is one of the most iconic cities in the world. From the Harbour Bridge to the Opera House, infamous beaches and grassy parklands, running or jogging is a great way to get out and explore sides of the city you might miss by hitting the public transport routes. Sydneysiders…

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How to make the most of your stopover in Perth and Sydney

March 17, 2017

I had been travelling India and Southeast Asia for the last year and a bit, and decided to go to New Zealand with a Working Holiday Visa after spending Christmas in Kolkata, India. The thing is, as many as you already know, the cheapest way to travel isn’t usually the…

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Top 5 things to do in Sydney

March 16, 2017

1. Circular Quay The Quay that combines the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge is a view that you should already be familiar with. With a busy ferry port that provides you with heaps of ways to explore Sydney and see the famous landmarks from the water, as well as…

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10 Sydney Highlights – Stunning Beaches and Sparkling City Lights

February 28, 2017

I could never really warm up to Melbourne. Now, I know why. When it comes to Melbourne and Sydney, for most people it’s an either or situation. Everyone I met either hates or loves one city and experiences quite the opposite feelings for the other. By now, I’ve almost spent…

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