australia Travel Blogs

  • Cruising the Brisbane River Australia @worldbooktravel
    2014.10.30 — The World Is A Book One of the best ways to see a city is through river cruises. This is.. Cruising the Brisbane River Australia
  • Flight Attendant Friday – A Lifestyle Interview – Australia @TravellingKing1
    2014.10.30 — Welcome to a series of Flight Attendant interviews, these guys and girls (aka “Trolley Dollies“) are some of the most interesting people I have ever met! They fly from destination to destination, put their body through hell, have to deal ...
  • Pakistan Plays Australia In Dubai @jouljet
    2014.10.30 — A tour for Australia to play Pakistan in the UAE sounded like the perfect excuse to catch some cricket, and visit my first Arab land in my travels, in the absence of tours getting to travel to Pakistan in the current, ongoing political climate. I man ...
  • Discovering the local gems in Broome, Western Australia @ytravelblog
    2014.10.30 — This post is part of my involvement in the American Express Shop Small program. This is the first of many posts on Broome. Why? Because it is our favourite place in Australia. Evident by the fact we stayed five weeks here – the longest of any ...
  • Return to Blogging for Spring (Sydney, Australia) @TravelWonders
    2014.10.30 — I needed a break from blogging and there is no better time than Australian spring to give the energy pep needed to get back to publishing Travel Wonders. Below are a handful of beautiful springtime blooms photographed recently in Sydney’s magni ...
  • Vintage Shopping in Melbourne, my favourite places @worldswaiting
    2014.10.30 — Melbourne is an absolute paradise if you enjoy exploring second-hand shops and discovering treasures like unique items of clothing, interesting jewellery, knickknacks or home wares. The city is a vintage shopping wonderland! Here&rsqu ...
  • Our Australian Bucket List @ouroyster
    2014.10.29 — We have been lucky to have seen alot of Australia. In 2012 we circumnavigated the entire country, as well as down the middle, all by overland means. But still there are places left to explore. In the last two years we have been going on quite a few o ...
  • Eating in Perth – An Unforgettable Experience @TravelnTea
    2014.10.29 — At first, visiting Perth did not feel like an ideal holiday for me – but oh, I was so wrong about it! Perth literally has everything you need, regardless of what you are searching for as a traveller and regardless of how much money you can affo ...
  • 3 Free Things to do in Canberra, Australia @TravelnBeyond
    2014.10.29 — By Rosemarie John ??Sponsored Post Canberra is the city where the rest of Australia mocks its quietude, but those that reside in it sing its virtues. Despite being the seat of power to one the world’s most developed country, Canberra remains ...
  • Maggie Beer’s Farm, Barossa Valley, Australia @dd_traveller
    2014.10.28 — Maggie Beer is a massive celebrity for us who watch Masterchef Australia here in India. We hang on to this chef extraordinaire’s??every word, smile like lovestruck puppies when she says or does something sweet, and read her recipes like a bible ...
  • MasterChef Australia George Calombaris Exclusive Dining Experience @placesandfoods
    2014.10.28 — MasterChef Australia George Calombaris Exclusive Dining Experience I have seen him on TV so many times, I have lost count. He is the celebrity chef and judge of Masterchef Australia, George Calombaris. Calombaris had a meet and greet session at The G ...
  • 5 Australian Coffee Shops You Need To Visit @CaffeineTravel
    2014.10.28 — Being located in the far southeast corner of the world map, Australia is far away from just about everywhere else on Earth. With a small portion of the country in the tropical north of Queensland suitable for growing coffee, residents here have had t ...
  • What we love about Sydney, Australia @TravelBohemian
    2014.10.27 — It has been a year and a half since we took our trip to Australia.  Since we were pretty short on time we only got to see a small chunk of that amazing country.  We rented a caravan and spread our wings a little but with only a week to spar ...
  • Vegemite: Australia’s Controversial V Word @vagabondjourney
    2014.10.27 — Hands up those who have never eaten a Vegemite worm. If you’ve never had the hankering to squish two thickly spread, perforated wheat crackers together until little dark wiggly worms of leftover brewer’s yeast squirt up through the holes ...
  • Found a Place in Australia @greenhrttravel
    2014.10.27 — The search is OVER! Today I finally locked down a place to live! After a little over two weeks of searching (actually two weeks to the day) I’ve finally found a place to call home. They say (or at least in all the travel blogs I read) that it& ...
  • Dining at ESTER, the Best New Restaurant in Sydney @weblogtheworld
    2014.10.26 — On my journey to find the national dish of Australia, I headed off to Sydney and ended up having dinner at ESTER.??At his very new and very hot Chippendale diner, former Billy Kwong head chef Mat Lindsay has little more than a combi-oven, a Thermomix ...
  • Australia for All Types of Travelers @huffposttravel
    2014.10.24 — When departing from North America, the land down under can feel like it's a world away, and well, it almost is. By birth, I'm Canadian, and by choice I'm living in Australia, having moved to Sydney several years ago. I'm often fielding questions fr ...
  • In Heaven At The Fine Food Australia Show @weblogtheworld
    2014.10.24 — My quest was to head down under and discover the national dish of Australia, an interesting feat. ??The first stop was Melbourne for the Fine Food Australia Show – a massive trade show five times bigger than the SA Good Food & Wine Show. ?? ...
  • The Australian War Memorial, a humbling experience @worldswaiting
    2014.10.23 — What do you think of when you read the words ‘war memorial’? Probably a statue or the memory of a remembrance ceremony, no? The Canberra War Memorial is certainly an awe-inspiring building, constructed to honour fallen ANZ ...