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Cheap Eats and a Few Cheeky Drinks: Melbourne, Australia

December 19, 2017

Melbourne, Australia Two Day Unique & Cheap Food Tour Since we are both the Countryless Couple I’d thought I’d let Lewis have a go at blogging and what better subject for an Australian food lover than Melbourne’s cuisine! Having the great pleasure of living in Melbourne for a year I…

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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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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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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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PHILLIP ISLAND: THE HIDDEN GEM

April 14, 2017

I’m sure you will be visiting Melbourne at some point on your Australian escapade, so do not miss out the magnificent Phillip Island. If it’s not in your plans, then pull your act together! Mix the quirk of Camden, London and a sprinkle of Melbourne originality and you have a…

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Top 5: Brisbane's best cafes off the beaten track

March 29, 2017

You’ve shopped til you dropped on Queen Street and strolled through beautiful South Bank – why not make your next stop one of Brisbane’s beautiful hidden cafes? Hopscotch & Beans Just down the road from the bustling metropolis of Caxton Street and The Barracks is this sweet little cafe, serving…

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Melbourne: A tour of modern architecture

March 25, 2017

When travelling throughout Australia there are certain places that simply cannot be skipped over, Melbourne is one of them. There are countless reasons why Melbourne should be at the top of your to do list but perhaps one of the lesser known is purely the architecture. Melbourne features a mix…

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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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Exploring Melbourne on a Budget

March 10, 2017

Enjoy Melbourne Whatever Your Budget… We’ve all been there – you decide to travel, you plan, you budget, you save up yet life happens and it doesn’t quite go to plan. The result? You land in a brand new country with way less funds than expected. You tell yourself it’s…

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Why Melbourne Keeps Winning "Most liveable city"

March 9, 2017

Melbourne was recently handed The economists “the world’s most liveable city” award. Once again Melbourne beat out cities such as Vienna, Vancouver, and once again, not one Melbournian was surprised. People who call Melbourne their home town know exactly why it continues to win this sought-after award. The economist explains…

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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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