Sydney, one of the most iconic tourist destinations in Australia, offers up a plethora of picture-perfect spots for visitors to record with their holiday “happy snaps”. From the iconic Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge to the city skyline and peaceful parks and beaches, this capital city has amazing photo opportunities as far as the [...]
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Perth is one of my favourite places in Australia. With pristine, uncrowded beaches and plenty of sunshine, it really is a beach lover’s paradise. There are lots of beaches just a short drive outside of the city, and you can hire a car in Perth with drivenow if you don’t have your own vehicle. Since [...]
Gap year travel is all about adventure, creating those once in a lifetime opportunities that stay with you for the rest of your life. The thought of embarking on adventure travel can prove daunting, but those fears are usually quickly replaced with excitement. The Australian laid back and friendly attitude will help you to feel [...]
The following is a guest post by Ryan Anderson Australia is one of the best places in the world to hit the surf and catch some waves, and it’s known around the globe as being a premier surf destination. There are a few places where you have to catch a few breakers, but there’s no [...]
I’m sure many of you will have watched the movie ‘Pay it Forward’ about a little boy who does 3 good deeds for people in need with the idea that instead of paying him back, they will do 3 good deeds for other people. The idea of paying it forward is that these good deeds [...]
A popular attraction on the Mornington Peninsula in Australia is the Peninsula Hot Springs, where natural hot mineral waters flow from deep underground into pools and private baths. The hot springs are a 90-minute drive from Melbourne and are a great place to visit if you fancy a quick pampering getaway. Since I was staying [...]
“We look like a shipwreck disaster” joked my snorkel guide as I hung on to a life belt in the ocean off the Mornington Peninsula. Of course we hadn’t been in a ship wreck, and I wasn’t in any danger. I was on the Moonraker Dolphin & Seal Swim, which departs from Sorrento Pier on [...]
The Noosa International Food & Wine Festival, held once a year in May, attracts award-winning chefs from around the world. Whether you live nearby or you’re travelling halfway across the world to join in the fun, you’re sure to find food and drink you’ve never had before. But food and drink are just the start [...]
If you plan to visit Australia, Western Australia has some incredible scenery and beautiful beaches. One of the highlights is taking a trip to Rottnest Island, which is located 18km off the coast of Western Australia near Fremantle and Perth. Nicknamed ‘rotto’ by the people of Perth, Rottnest Island is a popular weekend spot for the [...]
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I'm a British girl from Manchester and I have been traveling solo since 2008. After graduating from university I decided there was more to life than the hours between 9 and 5, so I packed my journalism degree into my suitcase to travel the world and work remotely. I hope to inspire you to be your own boss, live life and travel the world.