australia Travel Blogs

  • Things to Consider when visiting Australia @TripandTravelBl
    2014.07.30 — If you are one of the lucky people who will have the chance to visit Australia with House of Travel cheap flights this summer in particular or this year in general, we will make your luck continue by providing you a handy guide about six things you c ...
  • Exploring the Sydney. @imperativetrave
    2014.07.30 — Exactly what do you generally envisage about Sydney? Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House! How many of you know about Chippendale, Peruse Paddington, Chiswick and La Lupita? Not more than a few countable! What’s the reason? Hype popularity of ...
  • Planning your Australian adventure @Join_Universe
    2014.07.30 — Australia is a massive continent, so it is not the kind of place that you can cover on a short trip, or on a quick visit. You need to be strategic and you need to think about which parts of Australia do you want to experience and then structure your ...
  • An Idyllic and Lonely Beach in Peron National Park, Australia @landlopers
    2014.07.29 — The post An Idyllic and Lonely Beach in Peron National Park, Australia appeared first on LandLopers.
  • Friendship: the new travel currency- 6 Lessons from Australia @dd_traveller
    2014.07.29 — A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles. One of our favourite travel and friendship quotes by author Tim Cahill couldn’t be more apt. We all know about the amazing benefits of Couchsurfing, Home Swaps, Apartment Rentals, Meet ...
  • Staying In South Yarra: Review of the Lyall Hotel Melbourne @jayneytravels
    2014.07.28 — The Lyall is rather like a stately home away from home. Tucked down a leafy street in the upmarket suburb of South Yarra, the white walls and wrought iron railings of the Lyall Hotel make it look just like a home I would like to own. (A girl can drea ...
  • Aspects Of Open House Melbourne @jouljet
    2014.07.28 — Open House Melbourne was on this weekend - the chance to wander around the city peeking into buildings you have always wondered "what's in there?" 111 buildings were open this year across the weekend, and I managed to get in for a look at e ...
  • Is Australia as Deadly as People Say? @TravellingKing1
    2014.07.27 — Whenever I talk about Australia with any of my foreign friends or readers from overseas, they ask me if I’m scared to live in Australia or they say that they won’t travel to Australia because there are too many deadly animals and insects ...
  • Fireworks Over the Sydney Harbour Bridge @everywheretrip
    2014.07.27 — Fireworks Over the Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • Stunning Uluru, Australia’s Most Sacred Site for Anangu Culture @weblogtheworld
    2014.07.27 —   The sun was just starting to peak out around the reddish rock. I pulled down the brim of my baseball cap to shade my eyes as rays of light shot out of the clouds and onto my path. The path around the base of Uluru was nearly empty in this sec ...
  • Things to do in Cairns @worldswaiting
    2014.07.27 — Many people visit Cairns simply to access the Great Barrier Reef and spend little time exploring other nearby localities. The reef is incredible, and is a definite must-see for all visitors to Australia. However, there are also many o ...
  • Reader Success Story: Mad Dash to Melbourne – A Cautionary Tale @frugaltravelguy
    2014.07.27 — Over the past year, we’ve had many readers share their success stories with us. Folks for whom traveling domestically once a year was a luxury are now traveling the world with just a few credit card sign-up bonuses. And the best part? They are ...
  • Gold Coast & Old Town Chicago Food Planet Tour Review @travelyourself
    2014.07.25 — Chicago is a foodie heaven and there is A LOT more to it then just delicious deep-dish pizzas, however awesome they may be. I recently took a food tour with Chicago Food Planet Tours to explore the city with my taste buds and find some of its other ...
  • Gold Coast & Old Town Chicago Food Planet Tour Review @tasteoftravel
    2014.07.25 — Chicago is a foodie heaven and there is A LOT more to it then just delicious deep-dish pizzas, however awesome they may be. I recently took a food tour with Chicago Food Planet Tours to explore the city with my taste buds and find some of its other ...
  • #MushroomMania2014 – Savouring Mushrooms at Punjabi Junction, Canberra @TravelnBeyond
    2014.07.25 — Every July, the Australian Mushroom Growers run a foodservice campaign called Mushroom Mania encouraging the community to eat out during this month and enjoy healthy meals. We had blogged about it in the beginning of the month discussing our tasty mu ...
  • 9 Breathtaking Destinations You Must See While Visiting Australia @huffposttravel
    2014.07.25 — One of the pleasures of travel is the feeling of discovery. In a time when there is a proliferation of information and everyone is connected all the time, it is a joy to realize there are still unknowns--hidden gems to be shared with family and fri ...
  • Surfing at Werri Beach in New South Wales, Australia @globetrotteri
    2014.07.25 — Photo by Andy Hutchinson Get your wet suit on, tuck your board under your arm, and plow through the pristine waters of New South Wales to catch the next big one. Are you ready for the ride of your life? New South Wales boasts world-class surf areas t ...
  • 20 Free Things to Do in Sydney http://www.thetravelersblog.com/feed
    2014.07.25 — If you are visiting Sydney but are on a tight budget and thinking of dropping your sightseeing plans, don’t do that as we have come up with a list of the 20 free things to do in Sydney. Once you check out the list, you would be sure that you ne ...