Australia!

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A big bulk of my travelling plan is to explore Australia as much as possible while fitting in time to work along the way. I plan on hitting Oz in mid-October after living it up in Cuba for 10 days beforehand with my Dad and sister. I’ll fly into Sydney to meet my travel buddy and best friend, Egle and from there we will start our Australian East Coast backpacking trip. Our route includes (but is not limited to) Bondi Beach, Byron Bay, Brisbane, Rainbow Beach, Fraser Island, Airlie Beach and Cairns. Just think hippie towns, surf beaches, star-gazing at night on a catamaran, Whitsunday Islands, sky-diving over the Great Barrier Reef, rain-forest hiking…the list goes on. At this point, you might be telling yourself “Sheesh, has this not all be done before?” Well yes it has, but not the way Little Miss Sunray does things!!


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5-week-small.jpgI’ve put together a quick snippet of my East Coast Itinerary and the prices I paid to give other backpackers ideas of where to go and stay along their travels. There are so many hostels along the coast but how do you know which is best value or which ones will actually give you the backpacking hostel experience you’re looking for? Read on…


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My first port of call in Australia is the buzzing city of Sydney with its towering bridge, glittering harbour, iconic Opera House and overlooking Blue Mountains. Read on…


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I booked my Working Holiday Visa (subclass 417) on the Australian Government’s website and received my visa grant within 24 hours. It cost me €440 and the whole process including filling out the application form was stress-free and very easy to follow. Read on…


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The second leg of my backpacking trip in Australia took me to the picturesque town of Bondi Beach in Sydney. A surfer’s paradise with tranquil surroundings, I found Bondi to be more relaxing than I thought, but then again it is only October. Read on…

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