Snow Australia – Perisher

If you live in NSW you’d know that Perisher experienced some early snow this year for winter which means those snow holidays with your family are in full effect. Perisher is the Southern Hemisphere’s largest snow resort with the highest terrain, greatest number of lifts and most reliable snow. From Sydney or Melbourne, Perisher is a good 5-6 hour drive, so just be aware of this before heading off! The following video we found on Youtube shows Perisher off and it’ll definitely entice you to come around this winter...

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Australia’s Northern Territory: From Oceans to Outback

A lot of tourists that come to Australia often see a bit of farmland and think this is the great outback and refrain from travelling further to explore this. To explore the proper outback, you need to check out beautiful Darwin. The Northern Territory is known mostly for Uluru and it’s sparsity of population that live across the state, despite it’s enormous land. Youtube channel Wanderlust Magazine delves into the beautiful Northern Territory and explores the World Heritage Kakadu National Park which is the largest park in Australia. Visit the home of the nation’s most spiritually connected area with...

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Explore Hamilton Island

When people ask me what the best thing to do in Australia when they visit is, I always suggest the Great Barrier Reef. I always hear people complaining that the tours are too expensive, everything costs money etc, however, if you’re travelling to Hamilton Island and you don’t go scuba diving in the Reef, you’re truly missing out! Here are my top 5 must do/see when you visit Hamilton Island: Snorkelling & Diving: You MUST do this when you are in Hamilton Island. The Great Barrier Reef stretches over 2000kms of marine wonderland. What you see underwater will blow...

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Driving from Sydney to the Australian Snowy Mountains and Lake Jindabyne

As a Sydney sider, we don’t experience much snow at all – the first time I saw snow in my life was just last year. We visited Jindabyne last June, it was a 6-hour drive. It was well worth it though. The snow is such a great place to bring your family and friends as not only are you able to experience the beautiful log cabins offered on site, you also have the opportunity to snowboard, skiing and finally build the snowman of your dreams. Watch the below video of some amazing driving footage from Sydney to Australia’s Snowy Mountains and...

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Jenolan Caves, Blue Mountains region, Australia

Let’s talk about exploring caves. If you’ve never gone to a cave before, you’re truly missing out. Put aside bats and fear of the dark, if you’re going to the Blue Mountains, you need to visit the Jenolan Caves in Australia. These caves are known to be the oldest caves on Earth standing at a whopping 340 million years old in the making. It’s quite an incredible force of nature that is still standing strong on our nation today. When you visit the Blue Mountains, we highly recommend the trail hikes to see the beautiful Three Sisters, Wentworth Falls as...

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REASONS TO EXPLORE ADELAIDE #jakerichedit

When people travel to Australia, Sydney and Melbourne are probably the two most popular choices to visit – they’re usually filled with popular restaurants, clubs, pubs and weekend events. Not very often do you hear people wanting to explore Adelaide over Sydney/Melbourne so we wanted to change your perception on this little city. Adelaide has over 1.2 million people residing there (as opposed to 4.2 million in Sydney). You’ll definitely find that there are towns with only a few hundred people and it’s probably why a lot of people don’t find any activities there. We found this great short...

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Australia – The Blue Mountains – Three Sisters & Scenic World

In comparison to countries above the equator, winter is not a big deal however to Australians, it seems like we have more fun in summer. But, not a lot of people know about the great things we can do in winter as most of us are cuddled up into bed with hot chocolate and Netflix by the time the sun goes down. So here is a video that’ll get you exploring Australia during winter! The Blue Mountains is the perfect spot to hike or go on nature walks and experience the beautiful nature that the mountains has to offer....

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Road Trippin Western Australia (La Vaga Goes Bush) – Part 1

We can’t wait to show you today’s video! We found this fun and exhilarating video by Sailing La Vegabond who drives 820km north from Perth to Western Australia – what a road trip! A trip filled that included good ol’ spear fishing and some off roading – a true blue drive around Western Australia. We follow this great couple and explore with them as they explore for themselves. This is such a great video and we loved watching it – there’s also a part 2 so be sure to click through and watch that one as...

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Big Kingfish Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island is an irregularly crescent-shaped volcanic remnant in the Tasman Sea between Australia and New Zealand, 600 kilometres (370 mi) directly east of mainland Port Macquarie, and about 900 kilometres (560 mi) south-west of Norfolk Island. It is about 10 km long and between 2.0 km and 0.3 km wide with an area of 14.55 km2, though just 3.98 km2 of that comprises the low-lying developed part of the island. Along the west coast there is a sandy semi-enclosed sheltered coral reef lagoon. Most of the population lives in the north, while the south is dominated by...

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Birdsville, Big Red and Beyond the Simpson Desert

The Simpson Desert is a large area of dry, red sandy plain and dunes in Northern Territory, South Australia and Queensland in central Australia. It is the fourth largest Australian desert, with an area of 176,500 km2 (68,100 sq mi) and is the world’s largest sand dune desert. The desert is underlain by the Great Artesian Basin, one of the largest inland drainage areas in the world. Water from the basin rises to the surface at numerous natural springs, including Dalhousie Springs, and at bores drilled along stock routes, or during petroleum exploration. As a result of exploitation by...

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Top 10 Australian Tourist Destinations

Australia is such a big island that people often find themselves confused as to where to go during the summer holidays. As the warm season approaches us, resorts, hotels and AIRBNB’s are being booked out left, right and center. Our suggestion? Go somewhere you’ve never been before! Australia has so much to offer so we found this simple yet helpful video by WatchMojo.com which lists 10 great Australia holiday destinations. Whether you’re travelling from overseas or simply need somewhere to go for the Christmas, these spots will be great for kids, families or couples. Be sure to check it...

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Glamping / Luxury Camping – Summer in Stanthorpe on the Granite Belt

There are so many different ways of camping in Australia that it may be a good idea to try everything. Although we love the traditional set up a tent kind of camping, we also love luxury camping! Otherwise known as ‘glamping’. We thought we’d cater to everyone and change up the camping styles that Australia has to offer. We found this great video by Youtuber Alure Stanthorpe Accommodation called ‘Glamping / Luxury Camping – Summer in Stanthorpe on the Granite Belt’. In this video, you’ll be able to see all the great adventures that surround this ‘glamping’ camp site...

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Blue Mountains Heritage Walk: Grand Canyon

If you live in NSW, you’d know all about the amazing Blue Mountains hike, and if you’ve never heard of it, you need to put it on your bucket list ASAP! We highly recommend it. The Blue Mountains is not only full of breathtaking sights, it’s also the perfect place to go for a nice nature walk or intense professional hike. We found a video that talks all about the Blue Mountains trails as well as Australia’s Grand Canyon Walk. Although some tracks may seem terrifying, once you’ve made it, the sweat and sore muscles will definitely seem worth...

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Amy Wild Adventures: 3 Days on the Bibbulmun [uncensored]

Hiking is a hobby that can be done all over the world, through any type of season – even rainy weather. Australia has plenty of beautiful hiking trails suitable for amateur walkers to professional rock climbers. In this post, we found a Youtube video by Amy Wild who shows us her adventures whilst hiking on the Bibbulmun, located in Western Australia. This is a great video that shows all the ups and downs of hiking, the exploration of life and animals, as well as beautiful scenic views that you’ll experience. Check out this awesome video...

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The Northern Territory (Australia) Vacation Travel Wild Video Guide

It seems as though everyone has caught the travel bug over the past few years, even with the economy flailing and commodities selling at an all time high, there’s nothing that can get in the way of a traveller. We love when tourists come to Australia and are able to experience the thriving culture and lifestyle that we live. Our cool, calm and collected attitude has welcomed more tourists than ever, especially backpackers who are free to travel however they choose. We found a great video on Youtube by Expoza Travel that explores Australia’s most fascinating locations including canyons...

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