australia Travel Blogs

  • 6 Months on the Road in Australia – The Facts & Stats So Far @ytravelblog
    2014.04.23 —   States Visited - Three (NSW, Victoria, Tasmania) Distance Driven – 17,000 kilometres Fuel Cost - $3,400 Types of Accommodation - Hotels, apartments, cabins, camping, hostels, camper trailer, house-sitting. Internet & Phone Costs  ...
  • Great Family Vacation Spots In Brisbane @TravelBohemian
    2014.04.22 — Brisbane is a large and popular city as well as the capital of the Australian state of Queensland. It's considered a new-world city with its forward-thinking, emphasis on youth and laid-back attitude, making it an ideal getaway point. Its climate is ...
  • Photos Of An Australian Bachelor Party in Quairading – Guns, BBQ, Beer @yomadic
    2014.04.22 — Located in the “wheat belt” region of Western Australia, lies a small town called Quairading. It’s about three hours inland from the most isolated city on Earth – Perth, the capital and only city in a state that is large enoug ...
  • Top Places to Visit in New Zealand from Australia @wrongwayhome
    2014.04.22 — I was originally born in Sydney, Australia but moved to New Zealand when I was just a little thing. I’ve always considered myself a Kiwi and if I’m honest there is a little bit of “sibling rivalry” between the two countries. W ...
  • How to Take a Royal Tour of Australia and New Zealand Without Having a Royal Budget @huffposttravel
    2014.04.22 — Has Prince William and Duchess Catherine's royal tour Down Under inspired you to plan your own vacation to Australia and New Zealand? You could shell out ??341,000 (about $573,357) per couple for a month-long luxury tour of Australia that includes a ...
  • Remnants Of A Ghost Town in Australia’s Goldfields @landlopers
    2014.04.22 — The post Remnants Of A Ghost Town in Australia’s Goldfields appeared first on LandLopers.
  • Six ‘unearthly’ places in Western Australia @THemeryck
    2014.04.22 — Earth can be an unusual place, particularly in Australia! Here are six bizarre and ‘unearthly’ locations that you should visit along the west coast of Australia. Made by nature, admired by mankind… 1. The Pink Lake Where? A few kilo ...
  • Remants Of A Ghost Town in Australia’s Goldfields @landlopers
    2014.04.21 — The post Remants Of A Ghost Town in Australia’s Goldfields appeared first on LandLopers.
  • Top Reasons to Visit Sydney Beyond The Obvious! @topspottravel
    2014.04.21 — If you want to know more about the top reasons to visit Sydney, Australia then you’ve come to the right place! And not only will you be able to learn more about this bustling Australian metropolis, you’ll also discover ways on how to make ...
  • Windiest Road in Australia – The Gilles Highway @thetraveltart
    2014.04.21 — Feel like making someone you don’t like a bit car sick? First, tell them that you’re going to drive them on this road.. This isn’t Australia’s windiest road – this one is from Morocco! Say you’re just joking, and t ...
  • Destination of the Week – Melbourne @TrustTraveller
    2014.04.20 — My new Destination of the Week is Australia’s capital of culture,??Melbourne. Check out my??Travel Guide to Melbourne??by clicking??here??and follow along on social media (links in right sidebar) for lots more photos and travel tips throughout ...
  • Great Barrier Reef Capsizing & Rescue Story @DaveDTC
    2014.04.20 — I have been to Queensland several times over the years but each time I’ve never had the chance to visit the Great Barrier Reef. It has been on my “bucket list” for a very long time. During my latest trip I was fortunate to finally b ...
  • A Day in Sydney @NecessaryIndulg
    2014.04.18 — In March 2014, John, Kelly, and I went to New Zealand to see our son, Michael, and his girlfriend, Leah. They were there working with WWOOF, so the three of us planned a trip over Kelly’s Spring Break to spend … Continue reading →
  • 10 Reasons I Hate Living in Australia @aussieontheroad
    2014.04.17 — Preface Before you leap down my throat and accuse me of being un-Australian (the worst of all insults that can be hurled at an Aussie native), I want to preface this by saying one thing: I could think of 10,000 reasons why I love living in Australia. ...
  • 9 Ways We Save on Accommodation in Australia @ytravelblog
    2014.04.17 — Saving on accommodation in Australia has never been so important. It is an expensive land, but one worth exploring. Don’t think you can’t travel Australia yet? There are many ways you can save on travel costs. Instead of setting a daily b ...
  • Drink the World: Australia @huffposttravel
    2014.04.17 — Australia is a hardy, rough and tumble land. A land filled with rugged men in tight shorts that bite into the mid-thigh, where barbecue is king, and even the fluffiest creature comes equipped with enough venom to decimate Canada. A place where they c ...
  • Sydney’s Corner: The Ancient Greek Games @GoRTW
    2014.04.16 — In this blog you will learn about the first Olympics.?? Did you know this??? The Greeks invented the first Olympic games.?? Let the games begin. The first thing you might want to know is where the games began. Take a guess which city the games began ...
  • The Night Some A$$hole Burgled Our Flat in Parramatta, Australia @jonnyblair
    2014.04.16 — Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel Fond memories of my time living in the land down under – Australia. I took advantage of my Australian Working Holiday Visas, using my first and second year options and loved my time living ...
  • Townsville, Queensland, Australia @tamariskrtw
    2014.04.16 — Our silence for the past couple weeks is because we’ve had little of interest to report. As always is the case, the weeks leading up to our big crossings are consumed by various chores and prep work. This time we’re getting r ...