Ultimate winter wonderland guide: top holiday destinations you can drive to in Australia

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We’re allowed out, the weather’s getting chilly and the desire to see more of our own backyard’s never been stronger! Here’s where to go if you’re in the ‘throw everything in the boot – like the spacious option of Toyota’s SUVs, like C-HR city SUV – and go’-kind of mood. NSW – Capertee Valley Capertee […]

New Zealand post-lockdown travel guide

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Now that the world’s best leader, Jacinda Adern has opened up her little slice of paradise to Australia, bookings have gone through the roof! The long awaited travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand has finally arrived and we’re all heading to NZ for our first international holiday in almost a year. But, gone are […]

Been meaning to learn a language? Preply will help you master speaking like a local

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If there’s one language most Australians want to learn, it’s Spanish. But with expensive tutoring, too many class options and strict University requirements and insane dedications of time to navigate around, it’s no wonder most of us aren’t bilingual. Shame too, given we’re now all in hardcore post-Covid lockdown travel planning mode. But turn your […]

Why you need the Victorinox Spectra suitcase for your post-lockdown travels

Standing at the luggage carousel at any airport around the world, the sea of suitcases on rotation in a mind-numbingly wide array of different variations of black is about the most unexciting element of any airport experience. Not to mention, the struggle of trying to find the bag that’s rightfully yours as you prise it […]

4 ways to have fun for free while in New Zealand

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There is a tremendous number of activities to enjoy, sites to see, and novel items to buy when you visit New Zealand. With bustling cities like Auckland, Christchurch, and Wellington, as well as epic tours set up to take you to all of the must-see hotspots, you won’t have any trouble spending your money well […]

The best ways to travel in a COVID world

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If you are someone who loves to travel, and you are keen to make sure that you can still do so no matter what might be going on in the world, then there are a number of things that you might want to bear in mind about that. If you are looking at the post-covid […]

4 hotels to stay at in Queensland now the borders are open

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We’re taking any good news we can get these days and with the latest revelation that Queensland’s going to open its borders to Victoria and NSW, that’s about as good as it gets! With trips being planned and flights being booked, let’s take a look at four of urban Queensland’s top hotels to really throw […]

8 essential items for your outback adventure

What is the outback exactly? Even if you’ve lived in Australia all your life, it can be difficult to define precisely what the word means, and if you’re a visitor, it’s even more of a challenge. We’ve all got an idea of what ‘outback’ means to us personally, but until you’re there in the unknown […]

Backpacking the world

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Backpacking can be an incredible, life-changing endeavour. The opportunity to experience a wealth of different cultures is a true privilege and the experience of travelling to previously unexplored parts of the world can create memories that last a lifetime. You would be hard pressed to find anyone who went backpacking and did not discover at […]

Why Australia’s your next top-three travel destination

First came Petra in Jordan, then the Galapagos Islands, followed closely thereafter by Australia’s spiritual heartland, Kata Tjuta and Uluru. The Lonely Planet ranking comes in an unprecedented 2020 that’s limiting international travel and impacting domestic visitation. Uluru is being acknowledged for its sustainable practices and ability to connect travellers with Aboriginal culture. Uluru climbed […]

Moving to Australia – what you should know

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Relocating abroad is scary and fun and scary some more. But the pay-off is potentially the new life you’ve dreamed of. There are, however, some significant considerations to keep in mind when moving to Australia. There’s the distance, for one thing (even a quick trip to neighbouring New Zealand involves a 1,382 mile flight between […]

Road tripping New Zealand’s South Island

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Few places are as stunning as New Zealand’s South Island. With its dramatic scenery and relative isolation, there’s nowhere better to hit the road in a camper van. Sure, it would be nicer to roll around in a luxury 6 star RV, but for those of us not lucky enough to win a EuroMillions jackpot, […]