australia Travel Blogs
Attractions To See In Australia’s Chinatowns
2014.08.29 — As you may well be aware, Australia has been transforming into a diverse and multi-ethnic society over the last few years. While many of you may know that the original immigrants to the country were British settlers, you may not realise that the dem ...
Mountain Freedom in Australia
2014.08.29 — The only time I feel free is when I am alone. But what does alone mean in this world? We can be on our own, yet our phone and computer lures us, tempting us with Facebook notifications, tweets, emails, and text messages. Despite most people needing s ...
From Where I Work: QT Gold Coast for Problogger
2014.08.28 — The flight in was a little bumpy. According to the news the Gold Coast has been experiencing some ‘wild weather’ and the wind sure made its presence known on our decent into the Gold Coast this afternoon. But kudos to the Captain who rode ...
Darwin’s Battle with Anxiety
2014.08.28 — A posthumous diagnosis of the paralyzing mental malady that afflicted one of humanity’s greatest minds. Charles Darwin was undoubtedly among the most significant thinkers humanity has ever produced. But he was also a man of peculiar mental habi ...
Meet Australia’s Prime Minister’s Comedic Nemesis
2014.08.27 — There is a buzz brewing and the secret is slowly being let out of the bag. What secret? Well, that Australia isn’t just the land of kangaroos, beaches, laconic surfers, and sunshine. It is also home to one of the most conservative governments i ...
Working Abroad in Australia; Read Ashana’s Story
2014.08.27 — Ashana Jones is our Work in Australia – Freestyle participant and has been living and working in Australia since February! Read about her experience in Australia and the jobs and experiences she has had there this year. What has been your best ...
The Argus Building - Open House Melbourne
2014.08.27 — Melbournians, do you remember the bordered up, graffitied mess of a building on the corner of Latrobe and Elizabeth? It was hidden behind random posters of all sorts of things, with broken windows above street level, and had all the markings of a com ...
Life as a Nomad: Canberra, Australia
2014.08.26 — This ‘Life as a Nomad‘ guest post comes your way from??Nikole Rene Souza of Sometimes I Go Places.So, tell me about Canberra.It’s a fairly small city that’s super spread out. Even though it’s the country capital, there ...
Melbourne Laneways – Graffiti and sprained necks
2014.08.25 — We’d heard lots about Melbourne’s famous laneways. It’s among the top things to see and do in Melbourne for sure. We looked up enough to be completely boggled by the sheer expanse of these crisscrossing streets filled with art and ...
Guide To Melbourne’s Laneways
2014.08.25 — There is nothing I love more than getting lost in the alleyways, arcades and laneways of Melbourne. Discovering cool cafes, coffee houses and shops in converted warehouses is a big part of the Melbourne experience. But it’s the laneways that li ...
Backpacking in Australia: My Top 5 Memories from Melbourne
2014.08.25 — Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travel Backpacking in Australia – my top 5 memories from Melbourne! It’s a while since I have reflected on backpacking in Australia and my crazy life down under, which began almost 5 years ...
Exciting New Partnership with Ford Australia
2014.08.25 — My first ever car was a second-hand Ford Laser. It was one of those old boxy looking hatchbacks, brown in colour, and my friends nicknamed it the “breadbox”. I was in my late teens and mostly used that car to travel three hours round-tri ...
How I Spent 4 Hours in Sydney
2014.08.25 — I picked up the latest issue of Business Traveler Magazine in a Delta Club on my way to Australia last weekend. ??What a delightful surprise to find an article by Chris Pritchard on the topic of what to do in four hours in Sydney! Could it really be ...
Australia: Applying for an Australian visa in the Philippines
2014.08.25 — Applying for an Australian visa in the Philippines will require some lead time, at least four weeks. Here are tips to help you apply for a Visitor visa (subclass 600), that will allow you to visit or remain in Australia for tourism or other recreatio ...
Our Big Australian Road Trip in Pictures
2014.08.24 — For the tightwad with a loose schedule, a relocation camper is the perfect way to travel Australia. This is the behemoth that brought us from Brisvegas to Sydney – not bad for a dollar a day, right? I can’t speak highly enough of Byron B ...
Exciting Things to Come in Australia
2014.08.24 — Being ‘home’ in Australia doesn’t mean an end to my adventures by any means, and I’m already filling up my six months of family time with all manner of epic journeys. Fresh off a battery recharging but wallet depleting two wee ...
The Australian Coast Along the Great Ocean Road
2014.08.23 — The Australian Coast Along the Great Ocean Road
An Expert’s City Guide to Brisbane, Australia
2014.08.22 — Brisbane is the gateway to some of Queensland’s, and Australia’s, greatest tourist attractions. It’s only an hour away from the hedonistic Gold Coast, which is complete with long sandy beaches, crazy night life and Australia ...
Old Police Station in Glenrowan, Australia
2014.08.22 — Today’s travel photo is of the old police station in the town of Glenrowan in Victoria, Australia. Glenrowan is the historic town where the infamous bush ranger Ned Kelly and his gang took their last stand against the police, which lead to his ...
Climbing The Sydney Harbour Bridge
2014.08.22 — I have a weak point when it comes to adventurous activities. I mean, I HAVE to do them! But, when you combine adventure with interesting architecture/engineering, you have a winning combo for me! (Among many other adventure related combos I love) Sy ...