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  • I Went To Australia With No Money: My Working Holiday @goseewrite
    2016.02.05 — Thanks for following and reading Overland Travel Adventures from Go, See, Write Thanks to having a wild need to make my dreams come true, a serious problem with impulse control, and a stubbornness that only my Mother would understand (because i ...
  • Australian 101. Round the World Sabbatical
    2016.02.04 — I thought when I got to Australia I could indulge in a little brain vacation because we all speak English. Turns out, none of us do! I speak US-ian and they speak Australian, and none of us actually speak England-ian. It's usually easy to translate - ...
  • TOP PICKS: 10 Cheap and Free Things To Do in Sydney, Australia @adventuristaako
    2016.02.03 — Sydney, Australia is definitely one of the best cities to travel to, not only because they have a lot of natural wonders to visit, historical landmarks, and architectural feats that will welcome you during your stay. You might have several items on y ...
  • Travel Contest – Win a Trip to Melbourne @talesoftraveler
    2016.02.03 — Tweet Contest By: Air Asia Last date: February 5 You can Win: – 4 days, 3 nights trip to Melbourne – Return economy flight arrangements for two (2) from Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne; not inclusive of visa, travel insurance, surcharge and tax ...
  • The d’Arenberg Vineyard in the McLaren Vale, South Australia @everywheretrip
    2016.02.02 — The d’Arenberg Vineyard in the McLaren Vale, South Australia
  • The Do’s and Dont’s of Darwin @1000fights
    2016.02.02 — Known as Australia’s only tropical capital city, Darwin welcomes visitors with the best weather, beaches, and activities every adventure seeker would love. ?? Perched on the very northern coast??of Australia, the area doesn’t see the att ...
  • Melbourne’s laneways @bigtravelnut
    2016.02.02 — Melbourne’s busy streets can be overwhelming at times, but fortunately there is a solution: the laneways. One of the most endearing and unique of Melbourne’s features, the laneways are pedestrian alleys between the main streets, and harbo ...
  • What to Do in Sydney in 48 Hours (a 2 day itinerary) @ytravelblog
    2016.01.31 — What to do in Sydney if you only have 48 hours? Great question, and to be honest, I wish you had more time because Sydney deserves longer than two days – I could spend two weeks in the city and not get bored (I grew up an hour north of the cit ...
  • 10 Australian Animals You Have Probably Never Heard Of, That Are Total Jerks And Definitely Want To Kill You @ouroyster
    2016.01.31 — I have lived in Australia for 4 years now. It’s amazing I have survived this long. As a Canadian citizen, I am not used to having to fear the ocean, or check my shoes for deadly spiders. But in Australia, if it moves, it’s probably venomo ...
  • My 6 Favorite Travel Experiences in Australia (So Far) @landlopers
    2016.01.31 — Over the course of three trips, I’ve been fortunate enough to visit every state on the mainland of Australia including the Northern Territory. All that is left is Tasmania, and I hope to get there soon. While there is so much more of this massi ...
  • Hospitalized in Australia. Round the World Sabbatical
    2016.01.31 — I was having a lovely time in South West Rocks, right up until I found myself gasping for breath. Next thing I knew I was in an ambulance, then in an ED, then on a transport to another hospital.Maybe I should have led with this: don't worry, I'm ok! ...
  • Celebrating Art and Culture with the Adelaide Festival @TTTtravelblog
    2016.01.31 — Starting from the 26th??of February, Adelaide is hosting what could be a memorable treat for those with a fine taste in music, dance and other forms of art. Currently in its 50th??year of celebrations, the Adelaide Festival is among the much-awaited ...
  • How To Travel Australia on a Budget @rockytravel
    2016.01.29 — Australia travel doesn’t necessarily mean spending a fortune on your trip. Despite the high cost of living, (Australia scores no. 6 of the most expensive countries in the world) there are many ways to reduce costs and travel on a budget is defi ...
  • Australia's Secret Snorkeling Paradise @cntraveler
    2016.01.29 — At 72 square miles, Moreton Island is the third-largest sand island in the world (after its regional neighbors of Fraser and North Stradbroke Islands), but 95 percent of its land is a pr ...
  • Australia's Secret Snorkeling Paradise @PerrinPost
    2016.01.29 — At 72 square miles, Moreton Island is the third-largest sand island in the world (after its regional neighbors of Fraser and North Stradbroke Islands), but 95 percent of its land is a pr ...
  • 20 Stunning Instagram Photos From Our 'Month of Australia'??? @cntraveler
    2016.01.29 — "To me, Australia is home to some of the most diverse natural landscapes and vivid colors I’ve ever seen. First up is the colors of #LadyElliotIsland along the The #GreatBarri ...
  • 20 Stunning Instagram Photos From Our 'Month of Australia'??? @PerrinPost
    2016.01.29 — "To me, Australia is home to some of the most diverse natural landscapes and vivid colors I’ve ever seen. First up is the colors of #LadyElliotIsland along the The #GreatBarri ...
  • 10 Things to do in Canberra @TravelnBeyond
    2016.01.28 — By Rosemarie John and Joseph Ellis We were recently featured on Visit Canberra where 10 of our photos were used to display the beauty that is Canberra. We feel honoured to be recognised by such a prominent organisation and we would like to share thi ...