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Approaching the Ruined Dock in Dunedin

Phantom 4 Review Yes, yes, I’m excited about the new Mavic from DJI! But before I get that review up, don’t miss the “Phantom 4 Review” here on the site. Here’s the... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 12-10-16


Huka Falls

Becoming an Artist Group Please come join our very fun group on Facebook! We only have one rule there: Be Nice. That just about covers everything, doesn’t it? Daily Photo –... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 07-10-16


Why Freycinet National Park is my favourite place in Tasmania

I love Freycinet National Park. If you asked me what are my top places to visit in Tasmania, Freycinet would be at the top of the list and I would... Read More

Travel Post by Ytravel on the 07-10-16


Coronet at Sunset

Night Skiing I’ve lived here for almost five years and never gone night skiing! Shame on me… I suck. I gotta get out more! Daily Photo – Coronet at Sunset This photo... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 05-10-16


The Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast – I compete for Gold!

I don’t think there’s a better place in Australia to hold the Commonwealth Games than the Gold Coast. Of course, I think the Gold Coast is the best place in Australia... Read More

Travel Post by Ytravel on the 05-10-16


New Smithsonian Channel Docuseries – Polar Bears, Churchill Manitoba

NEW YORK, OCTOBER 4, 2016 — Every fall, approximately 10,000 tourists from around the world descend on “The Polar Bear Capital of the World,” Churchill, Manitoba. This community of about 800... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 05-10-16


Backpacking Australia? Top Reasons to Visit Cairns

Thinking of backpacking Australia? You should visit Cairns, a major city on the east coast, in Far North Queensland. Once a sleepy sugar-milling town, it’s now a destination for sailing, diving, snorkeling, hiking,... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 26-09-16


3 Themed Sydney Bars That Will Impress You

When looking for a night out in Sydney, locals have to admit they’re spoiled for choice. The Central Business District (CBD) alone boasts a number of establishments that deliver stunning... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 23-09-16


2 day getaway to the Daintree Rainforest from Port Douglas

We love the Daintree Rainforest. Our first visit was almost three years ago during our 18-month road trip around Australia with our kids. That experience left us longing for more. After... Read More

Travel Post by Ytravel on the 23-09-16


Highlights of the Hunter Valley, Australia

The Hunter Valley Gardens (Credit: Wyncliffe) Australia is a great place to visit, for many reasons. It’s not exactly the affordable backpacking destination it once was. Yet, there’s still enough to see... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 21-09-16


Five Things to Do with a Weekend in Sydney, Australia

Sydney, located on Australia’s eastern coast, is the most populous city in Australia. Famously, the city has a wealth of opportunities for outdoor and cultural activities, making it difficult to choose... Read More

Travel Post by Backpacking Travel Blog on the 31-08-16


Australia: East Coast Roadtrip (Tips from a local)

What springs to mind when you think of Australia… Beaches, Sun, Surf and BBQ’s. Going on a good old fashioned road trip is a surefire way to increase spontaneity, lower stress and inspire... Read More

Travel Post by Wandering Trader on the 23-08-16


7 Sydney Activities You’ll Want to Write Home About

Sydney is known for its chic and glamour around the world, but there are also some Sydney activities that are hidden gems. Nothing can be more blissful than a sun-kissed day... Read More

Travel Post by Happy Holidays Guide on the 10-08-16


The Best Eco Experiences with Ecotourism Australia

These gold award winners are a good representation of the type of ecotourism activities available in Australia. If you’re looking for the best ecotourism experiences down under, these are a pretty... Read More

Travel Post by EcoTraveller on the 09-06-16


It’s still my favorite drive

Drone Fun I have plans one day to sit in the back of my pickup while Curtis drives and fly the drone overhead down this road… how fun and dangerous would that... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 25-05-16


Rene is the one in the top left

Going to PNG If you decide to go to PNG out into the bush, get ready. There’s no hotels or any of the common “tourist” services. You’ll have to go through a... Read More

Travel Post by Stuck In Customs on the 22-05-16


Lesser-Known Facts About Fraser Island

Shipwreck on Fraser Island (photo: f. ermert) Fraser Island, known as K’Gari to the Aborigines, is located in southeast Queensland, Australia. It’s a popular tourist spot, attracting over 350,000 people a year,... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 14-05-16


Visiting the Great Barrier Reef

Visiting the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Queensland, Australia That the Great Barrier Reef is the only natural formation that can be seen from space is reason enough to... Read More

Travel Post by Happy Holidays Guide on the 13-05-16


Indoor SkyDiving in Sydney, Australia

I’ve been skydiving in Australia and New Zealand before (awesome, but terrifying), and I accompanied my awesome, crazy mum to skydive for her 65th birthday in Ireland, but skydiving takes time to... Read More

Travel Post by One Step 4ward on the 04-05-16


Great Ocean Walk – A Beautiful Way to Experience the Twelve Apostles

We had always wanted to see Australia's Great Ocean Road, but we had no idea that you could do a Great Ocean Walk instead! At first we were worried that we'd... Read More

Travel Post by ThePlanetD on the 03-05-16


My Climb of Mount Ararat

Climbing Mount Ararat was a dream of mine since childhood! I would stare at the picture posted above the chalkboard exactly in the center of the room at Armenian School and... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 02-05-16


Our Australian Family Holiday (with a One-Year Old)

By @wayoutfarvicki Last month we headed out to Melbourne for our big Australian Family Holiday for a very dear friend’s wedding, taking with us on our travels for the first time, our... Read More

Travel Post by Way Out Far on the 01-04-16


11 of the Best Places in the World to Go Swimming

The post 11 of the Best Places in the World to Go Swimming appeared first on BACK TO BUCKLEY - from MELBOURNE To LONDON & EVERYWHERE in between.. AMAZING POOLS MAKING A... Read More

Travel Post by Back To Buckley on the 31-03-16


Silence and Spiders: 10 Days at a Vipassana Meditation Course

For as long as I can remember, I’ve suffered from arachnophobia. When I was two, a family member unwisely took me to see Raiders of the Lost Ark. I had nightmares... Read More

Travel Post by Legal Nomads on the 28-03-16


SUN-SEEKER | How to Spend 12 Months in the Sun [INFOGRAPHIC]

The post SUN-SEEKER | How to Spend 12 Months in the Sun [INFOGRAPHIC] appeared first on BACK TO BUCKLEY - from MELBOURNE To LONDON & EVERYWHERE in between.. 12 MONTHS CHASING THE... Read More

Travel Post by Back To Buckley on the 19-03-16


Find Your Australia on Pinterest Tonight @ Pin-Up Live! – 7pm

Chat with Tourism Australia and award-winning blogger Michaela Guzy to discover the beauty and wonders of Australia, and earn a chance to win an incredible Australia gift set. Australia. Have you ever been? Well, then,... Read More

Travel Post by Beers and Beans on the 09-03-16


Flying to Australia with a One Year Old Baby

By @wayoutfarvicki Wow – we didn’t mean to be away from the blog this long but life has been really busy since the baby came along and definately no time to plan... Read More

Travel Post by Way Out Far on the 20-02-16


7 Unusual Things To Do In Australia

With the Sydney Opera House, Bondi Beach and the Great Barrier Reef around, it’s no wonder Oz wins over travellers. However, if you’re looking for more unusual things to do in Australia,... Read More

Travel Post by Inside the Travel Lab on the 09-02-16


Sydney Beaches: A Local’s Top Five List

Top 5 Sydney Beaches – As Told by a Local Sydney is proof that heaven can be a place on Earth (Quick! Somebody cue Belinda Carlisle.). This city is an Australian... Read More

Travel Post by Happy Holidays Guide on the 25-01-16


7 Reasons to Visit Noosa

On the surface, Noosa seems like any other seaside town, but there is so much more to this captivating region than sun, sea and sand. Conservation and sustainable tourism ideals are... Read More

Travel Post by EcoTraveller on the 03-12-15