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Feel%20Like%20A%20Local%20in%20Byron%20Bay:%20An%20Insider’s%20GuideFeel Like A Local in Byron Bay: An Insider’s Guide
Feel%20Like%20A%20Local%20in%20Byron%20Bay:%20An%20Insider’s%20GuideFeel Like A Local in Byron Bay: An Insider’s Guide

Feel Like A Local in Byron Bay: An Insider’s Guide

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My most recent trip to Byron Bay was a spontaneous one and it was exactly what the doctor ordered. While it was not my first trip to the coastal town (my third to be exact), I really wanted to feel like a local in Byron Bay this time around.

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8%20Must%20Do’s%20in%20Darwin8 Must Do’s in Darwin
8%20Must%20Do’s%20in%20Darwin8 Must Do’s in Darwin

8 Must Do’s in Darwin

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Most articles about Darwin or fun things you can do in the city move straight on to the beautiful national parks, Kakadu and Litchfield national park, located a few hours out of the city. Even though those parks are absolute must-visits when you’re at the top end of Australia, the city itself has a few cool activities to offer as well. A bonified tropical city known for its party life, its resident crocodiles and for being a city so so far away from everything, it’s quite a unique place to be all on its own.

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What’s%20up%20with%20the%20Great%20Barrier%20ReefWhat’s up with the Great Barrier Reef

What’s up with the Great Barrier Reef

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The Great Barrier Reef is one of the wonders of the world. It’s reached the news quite a lot of over the last couple of years because of a few big bleaching events (where coral turns white and almost dies). There is so much to say about this amazing underwater world that I’ve decided to do a whole series on it! Today we’re going to explore what makes the reef so special. In the following articles, you are going to find out how to visit the Great Barrier Reef yourself and a review on the boats that I experienced plus tips on how to pick the best boat for you.

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Travel%20Guide%20to%20Newcastle,%20New%20South%20WalesTravel Guide to Newcastle, New South Wales

Travel Guide to Newcastle, New South Wales

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The famous East Coast trips of most travelers skip Newcastle and not unlike Brisbane, it has a reputation of being boring and less interesting than Sydney or Melbourne. While both capital cities are very vibrant and beautiful, so is Newcastle. The city is a great stop on most people’s travels or is a perfect weekend getaway for other Australians. Therefore I would love to invite you into my travel guide to Newcastle, New South Wales. It is full of foodie goodness, outdoor activities and espresso martinis. Nobody put’s baby in the corner.

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The%20Best%20Beaches%20of%20The%20Australian%20WestcoastThe Best Beaches of The Australian Westcoast

The Best Beaches of The Australian Westcoast

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Most Australians have not visited the West Coast of their own country, so why should you? With only 11% percent of the Australian population living on this side of the country, it is remote and sometimes difficult to get to. But remote also means well-preserved, hardly polluted and abundant with wildlife. And the best part about it? The beaches! Next to having a couple of the most amazing beaches I have so far seen in the world, you will find that these beaches are less crowded than most east coast beaches and if you’re lucky, you might even find an empty one. The West Coast has another unique feature and that is its sunsets. With the way that the world rotates the North and West Coast get to see the sun drop behind the ocean every single night, usually accompanied by a beautiful array of colors. Quite a sight to see. So arm yourself with a vehicle and some great travel mates and start visiting a few of the world’s most beautiful beaches! Below you will find my personal list on the best beaches of the Australian Westcoast in ascending order of jaw-droppingness.

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Jervis Bay, Australia

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Back when I was still in Belgium and only dreaming of far-away countries such as Australia, my friend, Tinne, was already wandering this magnificent world. Well to be honest, we weren’t friends yet, but that was about to change. While being ‘at work’, my eye often wandered to her travel blog (which is amazing) and this post about Jervis Bay caught my attention. I always thought I had to visit this beach and now, two years later, I finally had my chance.

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