Backpacking in Australia

Is about freedom and experiencing new cultures. On this website we will try to inform you the best we can about everything you need to know about your time in Australia. Here you’ll find essential tips and tricks to prepare your amazing journey, written down by like-minded people just like you! We are an independent site with a comprehensive overview on all destinations, both hidden and hot.

Solid preparation for your trip is very important, but remember it is only the beginning! The true test lies both in your attitude and spirit of adventure. Soon you will be capturing the most impressive landscapes and going to places you never knew existed. Let us help you get the most out of this big adventure!

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Our Fave Destinations

Cairns is a Great Barrier Reef location to snorkel and dive!

The East Coast

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef in the world. It is absolutely breathtaking! The Great Barrier Reef contains over more than 3000 individual reef systems and a lot of different species which you can’t find anywhere else in the world.

Because of its unique beautiful landscape, the Great Barrier Reef has become the most known destination of Australia. You can jump on different snorkeling and diving tours  to explore one of the most beautiful places in the world! Cairns is known as the most popular getaway for the tours.

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Read about spectacular Ayers Rock, Uluru and more amazing things to do in Alice Springs.

The beauty of Uluru

It’s hard to explain how beautiful Uluru is unless you’re standing in front of it (particularly at sunrise or sunset…with a bevvy in hand). This huge red rock really blows you away, particularly when you get a chance to understand the cultural significance of it and learn stories from the Indigenous Australians.

Most overland Alice Springs to Uluru tours will cover the chance to experience Uluru, in fact, the majority camp very close to this magical landmark so you can sit back, enjoy a glass of champagne and appreciate it’s magic in no rush!

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Sydney needs no introduction. Sydney is Australia’s oldest, largest and most diverse city. It hosts the stunning Sydney Harbor, opera house, Bondi beach to soak up the sun before partying away those memories you just made at King’s Cross, Sydney’s nightlife hub.

Explore the rocky headlands, azure bays and legendary surf beaches. When it is time to leave the city, strap on your hiking boots and hit up the Blue Mountains. The Blue Mountains is one of the most photogenic cities in the world!

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