The Most Instagrammed Places in Australia (Part One)

When you are looking for the most scenic places, Australia does not disappoint and there is no shortage of beautiful scenery. As you will see from the most Instagrammed places in Australia, that there is also a big variety in the different types of beauty our country has to offer. Here are 10 of the most Instagrammed places in Australia (in no particular order).

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March 17th, 2017

How to Pack Less and Travel Light

Sometimes packing light isn’t all about making decision on what to take and what not to take. Sure, that does play a big part of it, but there are other factors that help you to know what to take and what not to take and think outside the box to be creative about saving space […]

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March 12th, 2017

6 Roadside Repair Quick Fixes

When you hire a car with Budget Australia, we help you keep moving on the road to get you to where you want to go. Whether you hire a car or truck with us or not, we still want to provide you with these roadside repair quick fixes. The first thing to remember is to stay safe and be vigilant at all times. If possible, move your car off to the side of the road. Before calling for roadside assistance, you can try some of these tips to get your car or your rental car back on the road. In the event you need roadside assistance, call 1800 656 550 and see our website for Budget Australia car rental roadside assistance details.

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March 12th, 2017

Discovering the Northern Territory

The Northern Territory of Australia is remote and rugged, but it is also exhilarating and your stay here can be luxurious too. When you discover the variety and beauty that the Northern Territory has to offer, you will wonder why you haven’t been vacationing here all your life. There is camping and glamping, swimming holes, […]

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February 25th, 2017

Noosa Food Lover’s Holiday

Noosa is the perfect destination for food lovers who love to travel or travellers who love food. A holiday in Noosa means you are close to the beach and the hinterland at the same time. There are excellent forests and national parks nearby. Then there are the excellent dining choices, which are abundant and vary […]

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February 23rd, 2017

The People’s Choice Best Australian Travel Destinations Part Two

There are so many different places to visit and things to do while on holiday in Australia. There is something for everyone, but if you like lists, we have compiled some of the best Australian travel destinations with the help of AustralianTraveller.com. Read on to find some of the winners of their people’s choice awards for best food and wine region, best outback adventure, best historical site, most scenic road trip, best walk, best annual festival, and best guided tour. In part one, we covered the first four destinations on our list. Now, for part two, will be covering the three best travel destinations from our list that all happen to be in or near Sydney.

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February 15th, 2017

The People’s Choice Best Australian Travel Destinations Part One

There are so many different places to visit and things to do while on holiday in Australia. There is something for everyone, but if you like lists, we have compiled some of the best Australian travel destinations with the help of AustralianTraveller.com. Read on to find some of the winners of their people’s choice awards […]

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February 13th, 2017

Sydney’s Best Snorkelling Spots

You may not associate snorkelling with Sydney, but there is some world class snorkelling right in Sydney that will fulfill your need for adventures with a mask and fins. No need to travel far and wide, clear waters and unique marine life awaits you right off of the coast and beaches of Sydney. Here are seven places you should definitely check out and plan a snorkel and see adventure soon.

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January 27th, 2017

A Long Distance Bushwalking Adventure: The Bicentennial National Trail Part Two

This is part two of our blog series all about the Bicentennial National Trail. In part one, we covered the northern part of the trail, sections 1 through 6 that take you from the Far North of Queensland in Cooktown to the Queensland and New South Wales Border. If you are into long distance trekking, then you should consider The Bicentennial National Trail for your next holiday adventure. Originally known as the National Horse Trail, the Bicentennial National Trail is a challenging hike stretching over 5,330 km from Cooktown, Queensland through New South Wales, the ACT, and ending in Healesville, Victoria near Melbourne. The trail was originally intended for horses, and is now one of the longest non-motorised trails in the world. It is classified as multi-use, so horses are […]

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January 24th, 2017

A Long Distance Bushwalking Adventure: The Bicentennial National Trail Part One

If you are into long distance trekking, then you should consider The Bicentennial National Trail for your next holiday adventure. Originally known as the National Horse Trail, the Bicentennial National Trail is a challenging hike stretching over 5,330 km from Cooktown, Queensland through New South Wales, the ACT, and ending in Healesville, Victoria near Melbourne. […]

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January 21st, 2017