These are my best tips for backpacking in Australia. Whether to you Australia is a surfing paradise, golden beautiful beaches, or fancy an Australia hiking holiday, everything’s covered here.
I talk about budgeting for Australia hostels and accommodation, travelling around Australia, the popular hot spots like Brisbane, Cairns, Sydney and Perth, or more unusual locations like Fraser Island, Byron Bay, Noosa, the Whitsunday Islands and Magnetic Island. There’s lots of free things to do in Australia, like here and here Plus, Australia has a lot to offer, even in the interior, so consider the great Australian outback if you want a real backpacking adventure:
For more information on visas, check here: And if you want to consider extending your vacation time in Australia, then consider a working holiday and check out my video here for more specific tips and advice.
The popular travel vlogger Psycho Travellers also has a couple of great videos about working in Australia here and here
The links to everything mentioned in the video:
Uncle Brian’s Tour:
Whitsunday Island & Airlie Beach:
Great Ocean Road:
This video’s not meant to be a definitive Australia travel guide, or even an exhaustive list of Australia activities, sights and destinations. It’s just my advice if you want to travel to Australia based on my own experience. (Which was part of my general backpacking adventure covering Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Australia, New Zealand and Fiji – a lot of South East Asia too!)
If you’re backpacking or even just vacationing in Australia, let me know, I’d love to hear from you! Send me a pic or message. For more of my Australian adventure, check here:
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