Most cities in Australia will offer you tourist-friendly brochures upon arrival. However, if you want to see how a true Aussie experiences summer, you might want to look beyond the hop-on, hop-off tours. Spoiler: it’s not spent cuddling koalas for a quick picture or wandering around the Sydney Opera House. Check out our list for how to live like a local when you visit Australia.
Have you ever scrolled through your Instagram feed while stuck studying in the library and seen it lined with images of friends studying abroad in New South Wales, Australia, lounging on perfect beaches and taking selfies with kangaroos? That’s the worst.
Sydney is currently thriving as a tourism hot-spot for people of all backgrounds! It was just voted as the second most desirable holiday destination in the world to visit. As a student, sometimes finances dictate which places you visit, but you can seek out local expert knowledge! You can explore Sydney on a budget, which offers peace of mind and greater incentive to jet off. In this article, travel website iVenture Card will be unlocking the secrets to cheaper travel. You’ll see the best of Sydney without spending lots on tours, attractions, activities and even a bite to eat.
Home to exotic animals, Instagram-worthy food and sprawling beaches, Australia is at the top of our destination bucket list! We’ve answered all of your questions on where to go, what to eat and how to save money. Here are the most read posts on Australia and New Zealand from our travel blog. Whether you are heading to Australia or New Zealand to study, work abroad or for an adventure, you should take a read through these posts!
It’s no secret that traveling solo can be exhilarating, confidence-building, and downright fun–but that doesn’t mean you won’t also want to pick up some friends along the way.
Reaching out to complete strangers can be intimidating, trust me–I know. But remember: there are other solo travelers out there who want to find a friend just as much as you do. Read More
Sunglasses, sunblock, and suntans…all things you might expect in abundance when visiting New South Wales’s sizzling capital city. But if you come to Sydney in June or July, you may find the winter–although not freezing–has a different idea. But have no fear! There are plenty of ways to keep warm in New South Wales’ most lively city!