Saturday, February 29, 2020

Travel

Travel

The dos and don’ts of Bali

To many, Bali is known as the Bogan Capital, or a cheap getaway for Australians. And yes, maybe this is true for some, but...

Why You Need to go on a University Study Tour

In my second year of my degree I was feeling a little exhausted. I was over the repetitive content and assignments within my units...

Destination Insta: How the social media app is changing travel

There is no doubt Instagram has become the go-to app to find travel inspiration. With over 200 million photos under the hashtag ‘travel’, users...

Is travel overrated?

I spent last year travelling around the US, Canada and Europe. I couldn’t tell you how excited I was to get away from boring...

Survival Guide: Essential Winter Kit

There are some things you should always have on hand in winter. So do yourself a favor and store these things inside your car...

Why going on a cruise is the best way to travel

Going on a cruise has become one of the most popular ways people travel Going on a cruise has become one of the most popular...

Survival Guide: Camping at Wilsons Promontory

Wilsons Promontory National Park is the southernmost region of Australia. It stretches for over 500km and is home to an abundance of flora and...

I Found My Love in Portofino

Please take a seat, somewhere comfy, in the spring sunshine with a vino in hand and let me take you to the exquisite town...

How To Spend 24 Hours in Ballarat

Ballarat is considered a tiny, somewhat dodgy country town to those who’ve never been there. Some Melbournians are convinced Ballarat doesn’t have electricity and is...

Six Safe Seaside Summer Suggestions

Your guide to a seamless summer! Our beaches and waterways have long occupied a special place in our Australian identity, with all our highly-populated cities...