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How to Conquer Sydney in 3 days with the IVENTURE Pass

How to Conquer Sydney in 3 days with the IVENTURE Pass

Sydney is one of those places that most people want to visit. Whether it’s just to see the iconic sights of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House in person or to soak up the sun on Bondi, the city attracts over 14 million domestic and international visitors every year. The sprawling metropolis has something new and exciting to discover around every corner. 3 days is in no way long enough to uncover them all. Yet 3 days was all we…

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The Best 5 Things to do at Wilsons Promontory National Park

The Best 5 Things to do at Wilsons Promontory National Park

Less than a 4-hour drive from Melbourne and nestled at the southernmost tip of Australia’s mainland lies Wilsons Promontory National Park. Affectionately known as “the Prom” it is a popular destination for those of the outdoorsy persuasion. A 50,000-hectare area known for its beautiful scenery, stunning beaches and abundant wildlife you’ll find yourself wanting to stay so much longer than you planned. I first heard about Wilsons Promontory while I was working up in Injune, Queensland. One of the FiFo…

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A Backpackers Guide to East Coast Australia – Brisbane to Cairns

A Backpackers Guide to East Coast Australia – Brisbane to Cairns

Australia’s east coast has long been the nectar which many a backpacker flocks to. A huge coastline which is sprinkled with amazing sights, unbelievable adventures and stunning beaches. With so many possibilities every east coast adventure is sure to be unique. Sure, you might visit the same places and stay in the same hostels as your fellow backpacker but it’s the many people that you share your journey with that help create that one of a kind adventure. With those…

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Tjapukai: An Australian Aboriginal Adventure

Tjapukai: An Australian Aboriginal Adventure

As I stood in the large welcome hall of the Tjapukai aboriginal cultural centre, I noticed a wall of photos. Upon closer inspection, it became clear that this was not just a wall of photos of the aboriginal people that work here like I had first thought.

Exploring the Daintree Rainforest

Exploring the Daintree Rainforest

In far north Queensland lies two world heritage listed sites, side by side. The only place in the world where this occurs. The first, and most well known of these is the Great Barrier Reef. The second is the Daintree Rainforest.

Chasing waterfalls in the Atherton Tablelands with Uncle Brian

Chasing waterfalls in the Atherton Tablelands with Uncle Brian

Most people travel to far north Queensland for the Great Barrier Reef but end up discovering that there is so much more to this tropical haven. They uncover the beauty of the rainforest and everything it has to offer. Despite being annually hooked to I’m a Celebrity, get me out of here…,

7 things you didn’t know about the Great Barrier Reef

7 things you didn’t know about the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is one of those places that finds its way on to most travellers bucket list. I mean why wouldn’t it? It’s one of the 7 wonders of the world and the largest living thing on Earth. Incidentally, it is also the only living thing that you can see from space. It was definitely on my bucket list. So much so that on my East Coast Australia adventure I got to visit several different areas of the…

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Whitewater Rafting: Getting wet ‘n’ wild on the Tully River

Whitewater Rafting: Getting wet ‘n’ wild on the Tully River

Mission Beach. I remember thinking that it sounded like some kind of military compound or operation. Perhaps i’ve just watched too many war films? “But what is there to do there?” I asked as I sat in the travel agents office planning my east coast trip.Clearly, I hadn’t put much thought into where I wanted to go on the east coast.

Australia Working Holiday Visa: 6 Things I’ve Learnt in 6 Months

Australia Working Holiday Visa: 6 Things I’ve Learnt in 6 Months

When you first sign up for the Australia working holiday visa 12 months seems like such a long time. Well, I’ve just hit the 6-month mark and oh my god has it flown by.

Magnetic Island: the ultimate backpackers guide

Magnetic Island: the ultimate backpackers guide

Just a 25-minute ferry journey from Townsville, Magnetic Island entices many a backpacker to its shore in search of their next island adventure. A part of the Great Barrier Reef Marineland, Magnetic Island first got its name for the apparent ‘magnetic’ effect it had on Captain Cook’s compass. Maybe he was just trying to cover his tracks because he actually had acquired Captain Jack Sparrow’s compass?

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