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Travelling Australia? Check Out These Amazing Australian Hippie Towns

Welcome to Australia, where there’s a whole heap of towns that are a little bit different, in their own special way. Many of these towns say no to conformity, hate to be what society expects them to be and enjoy living life a little more colourfully. If towns were school…

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The Ultimate Australia Bucket List: Top 100 Attractions!

There’s nowhere on earth quite like Australia. I’d argue that no other country has quite the same diversity of terrain – which ranges from tropical rainforest to barren outback, to alpine peaks – and makes for some pretty spectacular hikes, viewpoints and photo opportunities. Australia is renowned for its glorious…

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Amazing Australian Outback Towns to Visit on an Aussie Road Trip

The Australian outback is one of the world’s last true wildernesses. It is a huge, desert terrain that stretches out over most of the country. It’s one of the globe’s most extreme climates, with temperatures topping 50 degrees Celsius, little rainfall, barren landscapes and plenty of red dirt. I find…

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Climbing Uluru Debate: Why You Really Shouldn’t Do It

Once you’ve explored Australia’s great beaches, seen the Sydney Opera House and the laneways of Melbourne, and maybe done a west coast road trip, your sights will most probably move to the middle of the country. Uluru is synonymous with the outback, and  once you’ve been in the country for…

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The Gibb River Road: Driving Tips, What to Take and Where to Camp

The Gibb River Road is one of a kind. Its 660 kilometre track traverses the wild Kimberley region of Western Australia, which is known as ‘Australia’s last frontier’, passing by some of Australia’s (and maybe the worlds’!) most spectacular waterfalls, gorges and swimming holes. The Gibb River Road feels a little…

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Visiting Karijini National Park on a budget

Karijini National Park is a firm favourite on any Western Australia road trip itinerary. Full of delightful gorges, mesmerising trails and enchanting pools, Karijini will leave you mind-blown. Through all of my travels, Karijini is my favourite national park – and I have no doubt that you’ll love it too….

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Visiting the Ningaloo Reef : Everything You Need to Know

A true Western Australian gem, the Ningaloo Reef is a world heritage site spanning the Ningaloo Coast. At 260 kilometers, it’s Australia’s largest fringing coral reef and in some areas is only a few hundred meters from the beach. Everyone knows Australia for its Great Barrier Reef, which is one…

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Lentil As Anything – Melbourne’s Most Sustainable Restaurant that you need to be supporting

Although Melbourne is a HUGE city, complete with skyscrapers you’d expect to find in New York or Shanghai, it’s still got an amazing community feel. I’m not quite sure how it intertwines booming modernism and personal closeness so seamlessly, but I guess this is why it’s the world’s most liveable…

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Driving Across The Nullarbor Plain : Everything You’ll Ever Need To Know

The name ‘Nullarbor Plain’ exudes a certain air of mystery and compel. The plain spans two Australian states, broken only by the Eyre Highway that is the main part of an Adelaide to Perth road trip. If you’re planning on driving across the Nullarbor, you’ll most likely have been told that…

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Top Tips for the Cradle Mountain Hike: Tasmania’s Most Famous Day Walk

Cradle Mountain National Park is located in North West Tasmania, connected to the Lake St Clair park. The National Park spreads over 1614 square kilometres and is dotted with charming lakes, jagged peaks and rolling hills. It is bursting with a beautiful charm and variety of landscapes that are distinctly…

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