Travellers visiting Australia usually visit beaches in the south, around Melbourne and Sydney. Indeed, these regions are full of great beaches. Still, it’s good to know there are some breath-taking places for swimming and sunbathing in the northeast of Australia. One of such places is Airlie Beach, Queensland, located some 700 miles to the north of Brisbane. It’s a secluded and tranquil refuge for regular tourists, backpackers, and road trippers. The latter ones can get a free campervan to explore the...Read More
Whether you and your family are after large cities, pristine beaches or breathtaking natural scenery, Australia offers a plentitude of choices, so you are bound to find the vacation spot that has your family’s name on it. Here’s our pick of top family holiday destinations in the Land Down Under.
The Queensland city of Cairns, often referred to as the ‘Gateway to the Barrier Reef’, is a popular tourist spot for the people who enjoy exploring natural scenery. Owing to a serious influx of...Read More
The Kimberley region of Australia is definitely one of the prettiest this great country has to offer. Spreading across the vast stretch of northerly Western Australia, everything is super-sized, cast out into an iconic, other-worldly landscape. The unassuming town of Kununurra is a regional hub, having this rough-and-ready charm all of its own, in addition, to lending itself as a perfect base for exploring all there is to see in the eastern part of the Kimberley region, which is now even more affordable...Read More
Western Australia spreads on one-third of the entire Australian continent, with more than a half of the country’s biodiversity hotspots and a high percentage of unique flora and fauna thriving here. Along with being home to some of the Australia’s most iconic animals, such as crocodiles and red kangaroos, Western Australia is home to 141 of the nation’s 207 mammal species, 1,600 fish species, 439 reptile species, as well as over 12,000 species of wildflowers (by far the largest collection of...Read More
On the mention of the so-called ‘grey nomad movement’, the first thing that springs to mind are retirees who travel independently for extended periods of time, usually in a campervan or caravan, but this lifestyle has also caught the attention of a number of younger people and working families in Australia. Managing their finances is certainly among the biggest challenges that these people have to overcome. With this in mind, here’s how to save money as a full-time nomad Down Under.
Australia is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world, full of astonishing locations waiting to be discovered. Thanks to the welcoming people and warm climate, you will find your visit pleasant and relaxing, leaving you free to bask in the sunlight and to fully engage on your romantic dates. The following guide will give you some ideas to help you make your holiday a fairy tale, and with a free rental car, you will literally be in the driver’s seat of the experience of your...Read More