The World Health Organization has announced that COVID-19 is a pandemic and backpackers must do all their best to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in Australia, and know what to do if you have symptoms. In this article, you will find useful information for backpackers in Australia in the context of the coronavirus.
Since we started to travel it’s obvious nothing is the same as before. Indeed, we learned to be more minimalism. We’re living in a 4wd and we came here just with a backpack, so no room for anything superfluous. That permits us to be aware of what is very essential and obviously essentials thing we can count them with our hands.
Foreign backpackers and others on working holiday visas will be able to help bushfire- affected communities get back on their feet. Less restriction and extended time to count for the 2nd and 3rd year Visa !
Behind the most famous places, Australia has some secret ones, off the beaten track, still untouched from mass tourism. Who wouldn’t like to wake up surrounded by dolphins, swim in crystal water and walk on a desert beach? Let’s take you to some places where most of the people think there is nothing to see. They will be missing some spectacular landscapes and experiences… but you won’t.
You are planning a road trip around Australia in 2020? And you don’t want to miss the big spots? I put together a list of 20 places that every backpackers should visit at least once.
In order to plan your itinerary and enjoy the best of Australia, you will find here some informations for safe places to visit and areas to avoid in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, …