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  • 10 Things Foreigners Should Know About Australia @iamaileen
    2016.08.28 — Australia is one of those places??that I have been aiming to visit??for years. I’m still ironing out my travel plans in order to make this goal happen??thought; but that aside,??when Laura contacted me about how she wanted to talk about the cou ...
  • Great Picnic Spots in South Australia @RickGriffin
    2016.08.25 — Pristine wilderness, heavenly vineyards and stunning sunsets over the ocean: nothing can beat the immense natural beauty of South Australia. The unbelievably beautiful landscapes, fascinating wildlife, and traces of the continent’s Aboriginal p ...
  • Under 30? Here’s How You Can Live and Work in Australia for a Year @travelgogirl
    2016.08.24 — When I first decided to take advantage of the Australian Work and Holiday Visa (WHV), I didn’t have a solid plan. I was 26 years old and terrified. Go to another country and find a job, new friends, and a roof over my head? The idea seemed impo ...
  • Australian Olympians and the Winning Edge @LateralMovement
    2016.08.23 — Since the Rio Olympics wrapped, Australian media have been criticizing the Aussie athletes for a failure to succeed. The Australians brought home 29 medals, finishing tenth in the overall Olympic medal tally. This ‘dismal’ result prompte ...
  • Confluence Festival of India in Australia comes to Canberra @TravelnBeyond
    2016.08.23 — By Rosemarie John Confluence Festival of India in Australia is a showcase of Indian arts and culture taking place in seven cities across the country between August and November 2016. It’s coming to Canberra from 17 September to 8 November 2016! ...
  • A $100,000 Trip to Australia You'll Never Forget @cntraveler
    2016.08.23 — Courtesy One&OnlyLounge in the pool—with $45,000 in pearl jewelry. It's like something straight out of a James Bond movie—if Bond ever decided to give up the spy life, settle down, and splash out on an over-the-top (even by inter ...
  • I Choose My Freedom in Australia…For Now @wesaidgotravel
    2016.08.23 — I Choose My Freedom in Australia…For Now We laid on our sides on what I once called our bed. Nose touching tip of nose, eyes locked into eyes. I traced the outside of his face with my free hand, imagining that I could feel the difference betwee ...
  • Australia: East Coast Roadtrip (Tips from a local) @wanderingtrader
    2016.08.23 — What springs to mind when you think of Australia…??Beaches, Sun, Surf and BBQ’s. Going on a good old fashioned road trip is a surefire way to increase spontaneity, lower stress and inspire creativity, which lasts after you return from th ...
  • Spend Sweet Spring in Australia – Top 5 Things to Do @
    2016.08.23 — September marks the beginning of spring in Australia and it is one of the best times to visit the ‘Land Down Under’. With temperature ranging between 11 – 20 degrees Celsius, it is the perfect time to soak in every moment in this be ...
  • Top 5 Spring Flower Festivals in Australia 2016 You Shouldn’t Miss @easytravel
    2016.08.23 — In the months of September and October, Australia gets busy hosting an impressive spread of flower festivals. If you happen to visit Australia around springtime, get in touch with a car rental company, pick a car of your choice and drive around to ge ...
  • Aerial View of Stunning Hill Inlet, Queensland Australia @landlopers
    2016.08.21 — The post Aerial View of Stunning Hill Inlet, Queensland Australia appeared first on LandLopers.
  • 5 Major Australian Port Cities on the Great Barrier Reef @weblogtheworld
    2016.08.21 — One of the 7 natural wonders of the world, and certainly a bucket list adventure, the Great Barrier Reef is one of those places that you must see if you are on holiday in Australia. The best way to access the Great Barrier Reef is by taking excursion ...
  • All you need to know about House Sitting Jobs in Australia @rockytravel
    2016.08.17 — House Sitting Jobs in Australia are becoming a hot topic among international travellers and locals alike. Indeed there is an increasing demand of house sits, because of the many benefits offered to both parties: home owners and house sitters. Home ow ...
  • Australia’s Newest Fashion-forward Boutique Hotels @SpaTravelGal
    2016.08.17 — The??spaQ??located at??QT Sydney, one of Australia’s newest fashion-forward boutique hotels, is committed to making your Australian getaway even more relaxing. Mastering the art of unwinding, the 5-star... Please see the rest of the story here ...
  • Is Yamba Still the Best Town in Australia? @LateralMovement
    2016.08.16 — When I first moved to Newcastle I was not impressed. It struck me as dull and suburban, especially in contrast to London, where I’d most recently lived. Newy lacked the backpacker vibe I’d loved in Coffs, and if I wanted to get to the bea ...
  • Flight Deal: Visit Tahiti, Australia, and New Zealand for the Price of One @cntraveler
    2016.08.16 — Getty ImagesLounge on the beach in Tahiti followed by adventures in Australia and New Zealand for a jaw-dropping flight fare. Three countries for the price of one is a tempting offer on its own, but revise that to feature three very tropical, very t ...
  • 8 getaways from Brisbane, Australia @ytravelblog
    2016.08.15 — Fraser Island – one of the best getaways from Brisbane Many people tend to skip Brisbane when visiting the east coast of Australia, tending to focus their time seeing the sites of??Sydney and Melbourne. But, if you find yourself visiting Brisba ...
  • A Complete Guide to Getting Around Australia @TrustTraveller
    2016.08.14 — Getting around??Australia??requires careful planning. You see, it’s a huge country with, sometimes, thousands of kilometres separating its major centres. It’s a lot bigger than most visitors, and even the locals, realise. But, as with any ...
  • Into the Australian Outback @tourist2townie
    2016.08.12 — The Australian Outback; a massive stretch of remote and rugged landscape that covers a large portion of Australia’s interior. From the aboriginals who’ve called this place home for thousands of years to the cowboys, ranchers and truck dr ...
  • Street Art in Sydney, Australia @thelindfields
    2016.08.11 — Each year Sydney's Inner West Council hosts a celebration of street art called Perfect Match. The council matches up owners of walls in need of beautifying with artists who express themselves through the use of spray paint and brushes. As w ...
  • How Much it Costs to Drive Around Australia – Month 4 @TrustTraveller
    2016.08.10 — Each month we will be laying out how much it??costs to drive around Australia. We’ll be telling you exactly how much we’ve spent each month of our great Australian road trip, what we’ve spent it on and what we could have done cheape ...
  • Floating My Inhibitions Away in Australia @wesaidgotravel
    2016.08.09 — Floating My Inhibitions Away in Australia Pointing to the skydiving ad, I looked at my friend while doing a poor attempt at puppy dog eyes. “Let’s do this! Please? It would be so epic if we skydive together,” I impulsively said in a ...
  • When Your Fears Come True – My Return to Australia @sarahsomewhere
    2016.08.07 — I’ve recently landed in Australia after a beautiful, revealing, connecting time of retreat and travel in Bali.??We had an amazing experience together breathing, laughing, crying, eating, swimming, praying and DANCING in a peaceful, remote part ...
  • Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat, Australia | 10 of the World’s Best New Hotel and Resort Suites @RobbReport
    2016.08.03 — Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat, Australia ...Sandra Ramani
  • 5 Things to Know Before Studying in Australia @
    2016.08.03 — As a country with a strong economy, labor force and a lifestyle that’s unmatched by any other, people come from all over the globe to study in Australia. In fact, of our 1.3 million or so students, around 25% are studying here from overseas. Au ...
  • Kimberley wow — Broome, Australia @buckgw
    2016.08.03 — Kimberley wow - Broome, Australia Broome, AustraliaOur journey is over, we are in the big silver bird heading back to Melbourne, and some much cooler weather. We've been to Broome before, I ...
  • The Entire Continent of Australia Has Moved Five Feet in 22 Years @cntraveler
    2016.07.31 — Getty Does Victoria's London Arch look like it's a little to the left? Nowadays, Down Under may not be as, uh, down under as it once was: Over the past two decades, Australia, which sits on top of earth's fastest-moving tectonic plate, h ...
  • Tunnel creek, Wandjina gorge — Gibb, Australia @buckgw
    2016.07.30 — Tunnel creek, Wandjina gorge - Gibb, Australia Gibb, AustraliaWe had a busy first day with Kimberley Wild. Morning tea stop at Willare road house. Somehow it seemed odd to see a TV sitting ...
  • Bell gorge — Gibb, Australia @buckgw
    2016.07.30 — Bell gorge - Gibb, Australia Gibb, AustraliaAn early start, walked down for another look at Windjana before we took off. Wow, a lot of crocs sunning themselves was a sit to see. Onward to B ...
  • Manning Falls — Gibb, Australia @buckgw
    2016.07.30 — Manning Falls - Gibb, Australia Gibb, AustraliaThey'd told us that Manning Falls was going to be the toughest walk of the week. Starts with a decision, walk/swim across the river or pull you ...