Australia is the land of sun, fun, nature and surf. The fact that the entire country is surrounded by islands makes for a pretty epic destination. Australia is well known for its attractive mega cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth. It is commonly known as ‘the land of dreams’, due to its contrasts and spectacular beauty.

Darwin: 15 Top Things To Do

Australia’s smallest capital. Darwin has one of the most dramatic climates, with a distinct hot, dry season, where it doesn’t rain for six months, then constantly floods for the remaining six months. There’s no doubt that Darwin pays homage to the reputation Australia has with the most lethal animals in the world. Snakes, sharks, box jellyfish and saltwater crocodiles call this area of the Northern Territory home.

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Cairns: The Adventure Capital of Australia

The adventure capital of Australia. Where two UNESCO World Heritage sites meet; the Great Barrier Reef and The Daintree Rainforest. If you’re planning a visit to Far North Queensland keep reading, I’ve got you covered.

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15 Fun Activities: Broome

Broome has become more and more popular thanks to its beautiful beaches, incredible sunsets, vibrant cultural history, incredible landscapes and all round vibes. It serves as the perfect jumping off point to explore the stunning Kimberley region.

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Airlie Beach: Paradise Awaits

Airlie Beach is a vibrant, multicultural town full of character. The laid back beach lifestyle is what makes Airlie Beach a firm favourite with travellers. This blog includes where to eat, what to do and where to stay. Get ready for a jam packed itinerary with the best things to do in Airlie Beach.

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Brisbane: The River City

Did you know Brisbane is one of the most oldest cities in Australia. The cities heritage is known for it’s distinct Queenslander architecture. It’s commonly known by the locals as ‘Brisvages’ or the ‘ River City’.

Each neighbourhood in Brisbane offers something unique with natural beauty and an incredible climate, Brisbane is a must see. A relatively young, upcoming city in the northeast of Australia.

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Moreton Island: Not To Be Missed

Rolling sand dunes and unbelievable wildlife consume this stunning island that’s surrounded by turquoise waters and mesmerising shipwrecks. Moreton is well known for it’s Tangalooma Shipwrecks, and rightly so as the 15 sunken shipwrecks are one of their most famous attractions.

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Sponsorship Visa: Australia.

Those already in Australia on Student Visas and Working Holiday Visas can apply for a sponsorship visa to extend their stay, however, there is a specific process and a lot of regulations. Unfortunately, many people end up believing that sponsorship is too hard or that no jobs exist…yet thousands get sponsored every year. So, how do you do it you ask?

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Glenayr Farm Mudgee: Disconnect to Reconnect.

Set on a 320 acre working sheep farm we immediately fell in love with the unrivalled views of sunset and the mesmerising rolling hills as far as the eye can see. It really is the ultimate glamping staycation. A unique nature immersion, combined with minimalist luxury. On a large and relatively untouched property Glenayr Farms luxury tents sit beneath the glistening stars.

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