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A Road Trip On The Great Ocean Road


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  I’ve heard one day: “A road trip on the Great Ocean Road? Seriously? It’s only rocks and heaps of water!” WHAT?! Well, it’s not entirely wrong, there’s a lot of water. But it’s so much more than that! Impressive cliffs, refreshing rainforest, beautiful beaches, hundreds of colours… This is definitely a must do trip for working holiday visa holders and backpackers that come to Melbourne! Some of you won’t have more than a day to dedicate to it, but if you can hire a campervan for a week or so, go for it! I’ve travelled along the Great Ocean Road (and Read more

4 Must Do Activities at Phillip Island


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Located less than 2 hours south of Melbourne, Phillip Island is a perfect destination to relax for a couple of days. Phillip Island has everything for the backpacker looking for things to do or for the working holiday makers quick get away! Beautiful beaches, nature walks, local fauna and sightseeing, helicopter flights. Here’s a list for you of some of the best things to do on Phillip Island for an amazing weekend!     4. Soak up the nature Like the rest of Australia, Phillip Island has many National Parks and offers a lot of different beautiful nature walks. There’s various Read more

The Blue Mountains: Essential DIY Tours and Information


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The famous Blue Mountains: breathtaking views, surrounding nature, it seems to be the ideal destination for a one-day experience. Only 2 hours from the city, the place is far enough to escape the busy Sydney CBD and dive into a complete different atmosphere. This is an absolutely must-do trip for all working holiday visa holders that comes to Sydney, and you probably agree with that, but I know people who have been living there for years and have never visited this magical place! So for all of you who are still not sure if it’s worth it or not, let Read more

10 Must Do Things In Sydney You Probably Don’t Know


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All right. So you’ve been in Sydney for a few weeks, or a few months, and you’ve already done all the things to do in Sydney: you’ve had surf lessons in Bondi, you’ve climbed the Harbour Bridge, you’ve visited Tussaud, wandered in Paddy’s Market and relaxed in the Chinese Garden. You know every pub and restaurant in Kings Cross, you’ve been shopping every weekend on Pitt Street, and George Street has no secret for you anymore. All of this is really fun, right? The thing is, you start getting tired of going to the same places all the time, and Read more