Best Australia Backpackers Accommodation Guide
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Welcome to Australia, this is where your adventures begin!
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There’s so much to see and experience in Australia, and we reckon* (which means “believe” in Australian slang) backpacking through this country is the ultimate way to do so.
Australia is a paradise for young travellers, it is easy to get around (even though it’s massive) you will make new friends in no time, and there is just so much to do!
No wonder it is possible to apply for a second working holiday visa, you need another year to see it all.
Depending on your country of residence you can either get a 3/6/12 month tourist visa. But the most popular way to go around the country is on a working holiday.
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Whether you are just looking for an excellent place to spend the night or for a tailor-made trip along the East-Coast, we have been backpacking around the country, so we know what you want.
Learn to surf with the locals, go diving in the Great Barrier Reef, rent or even buy a campervan and travel around in your own pace.
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The Australian feeling is a bit hard to explain but oh so easy to experience. The culture is Western though the way is more laid back, they do not say “No worries Mate” for nothing.
The lifestyle in Australia is very outdoorsy, which is fair enough, with so much beauty to offer you do not want to stay indoors.
Get used to throwing another steak on the barbie in one of the free public BBQ area’s this country offers. Yes, you read that correctly, all free even the gas. Australia’s Top Ten Things to do
1. Stay on the Great Barrier Reef 2. Explore Fraser Island 3. Go Sailing in the beautiful Whitsunday Islands 4. Hiking in Tasmania 5. Visit Sydney 6 Great Ocean Road 7 Phillip Island 8 Explore the Capital of Australia 9 See the Top End of Australia 10 play with the whale sharks