Australian animals are iconic, and they are a big part of the adventure for travelers down under.
Brooke answers her most commonly asked questions about a working holiday in Oz, including how much money to bring, and where to base yourself.
Brooke, an expat in Australia, shares five fun ways to explore Sydney, including gourmet food tours and a ferry ride.
moved to Australia in March of 2009. As hard as it is to believe, I’ve been here for about 3.5 years, and guess what – I’m still alive! Moving to Australia? Check out this complete expat guide With all the hype on Australia having one of the harshest climates and being home to the world’s […]
ur shuttle bus dropped us on a dirt road in the dark, but we knew where to go into the rainforest because of the small planted lights that led the way. After turning a corner, we were served bubbly and hors d’oeuvres from an outdoor bar, in a small clearing with a few smaller trees […]
Brooke takes a closer look at whether it’s possible to travel Australia on a budget, and offers practical tips to save you money.
ver since I was a kid, watching shows on the Discovery Channel with my dad — like the ones that talk about how the most dangerous and deadly snakes and spiders inhabit Australia — I have been fascinated with the land down under, and even more drawn to that which is known as the Outback. […]
hen it comes to talking about the hotness of the local population, male travelers tend to take the lead. I can’t tell you how often I have been surrounded in a hostel by male backpackers just going on and on about the women they see on the streets. Fair enough, there are plenty of countries […]
ne of the most memorable adventures I have had in Australia until now was when I traversed the entire country by train. This epic trip on the Indian Pacific train, named after the two oceans that the line connects, took me from Sydney all the way to the far reaches of the country — to […]
n March, Sydney will be my home for 3 years. Three years is a very long time for a person like myself to call one place their home, but really I’m beginning to feel as if the true meaning of “home” will never be applied to my life in Australia. As stated in my introductory […]