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The train station in Sydney airport is right out the front of the airport, for around $13 Australian catch a train into the city centre which should take about 30mins to get to. From there all the ...
If you want to do a spot of touring you can’t find a drive much better than Victoria’s Great Ocean Road . Famous for its steep inclines, spectacular views, Bells Beach and the Twelve Apostles , ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, September 2012
Long-distance train travel may be a novelty and tourist attraction today in Australia ,
but those same train lines were a huge innovation in the history of
transport across this massive country. ...
Written by Emma, Australia, March 2012
There’s no denying it – Melbourne
is a car-loving city. A past penchant for bungalows and outer suburban
living means the city’s fringes sprawl for miles. Most visitors base
themselves in the ...
Getting around Sydney
on two wheels has never been easier. Cycling is becoming an
increasingly popular way to get around and to see the city for both
locals and tourists alike. Editor’s Note: ...
Written by Emma, Australia, October 2011
When to visit:
popular over summer, which in the southern hemisphere starts in December
and ends in late February. This is the best time to enjoy the famous
Written by Emma, Australia, November 2012
New in town? To save you spending a day feeling disorientated and discombobulated in Melbourne , we’ve put together a few tips to ease your way into the city and help you feel like a local in no ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, July 2012
Like most major cities around the world, Brisbane ‘s
public transportation system includes trains, taxis, rentals cars and
buses. Since it also lies on the Brisbane River, the city offers other ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, November 2011
As most experienced travelers will tell you, running around Australia
is expensive. With the ever-growing value of the Australian dollar and
an expanding economy, moderate fiscal spending here ...
Written by Emma, Australia, January 2012
As you might expect from any large city, there are numerous ways to get around Sydney . Here’s a few tips to help you navigate the public transport maze so you can spend more time sightseeing and ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, February 2013
The act of driving a car is much like riding a bike: Once you learn, you never forget. Yet, that doesn’t mean that driving in new places isn’t an adventure. That brings you to driving in Australia. ...
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