Surf, sun & fun - something for everyone
The Gold Coast of Australia has been attracting visitors since the 1920s. Situated on the farest eastern-point of the continent, an hour from Brisbane, it is today a destination that attracts a broad cross-section of visitors: through surfers, sun-seekers, to people looking to explore its sub-tropical rainforests.
The survival guide
Australia is one of the most popular destinations for backpackers, with a mix of students, graduates, gap-year-travelers and others heading there for a year of working, partying and exploring. We’ll let you in on the secrets of planning your backpacking trip in Australia so you can have a g’day every day, mate!
When I first moved to Australia, I thought I wouldn’t need a car - I’d lived in plenty of big cities and survived just fine with public transport, so surely Melbourne would be no different. I lasted less than a month.
A great place to visit for all the family
Australia is a kid's delight. Surprise your kids with new ideas. Encourage them to learn a new skill, to acquire new knowledge or simply let them have some unique experiences while in Australia. If you are new to Australia, here are some ideas and places where you can have fun with your kids.
Taking off down under
For young intrepid rovers, the trend to go beyond your comfort zone and see a new land on a deeper level is at an all-time high. With web 2.0 influencing the way we socialise, the term ‘social travel’ and couchsurfing have become a popular terms and ways how we discover the world today.