australia tagged posts

Round the world travel

9 Years Since I Slept in my Lunch, 10 Years Since we Flew to Peru to Begin our RTW Trip (Photos of our 2002/3 RTW Trip)

Nine years ago today I was snoring face down in my lunch in preparation for boarding the flight home to the UK. After 364 days on the road our trip ended in a drunken slumber outside a Bangkok restaurant.Read More
Wine tourism and grape picking jobs in Australia

6 Wine Regions to Work, Travel or Sample in Australia

The fourth largest producer in the world, Australia’s wines can easily be sampled after a visit to the local supermarket but there are plenty of reasons to get closer to the source and head down under for a wine tour. Read More
Articles on working and volunteering worldwide

Workers of the World #4

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world.Read More
Articles on working and volunteering worldwide

Workers of the World #3

Articles and posts by or about travellers working their way around the world.Read More
Jobs in Sihanoukville, Cambodia and Western Australia

Readers Letters: Working in Australia and Cambodia

Most of the working abroad posts we feature on The Working Traveller are researched, ‘how to’ type pieces. Though I have plenty of travel tales to tell it is a rare day when I have not been able to duck out of sight when physical labour is mentioned. Read More
Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

J M Cressman: Why I Live in… The Sunshine Coast

J M Cressman and his girlfriend were lured to the Sunshine Coast by the many reciprocal agreements between Australia and Canada. Already well versed in sports and activities from his studies and work in Canada, he enjoys the outdoor life in his new Queensland home.Read More
Working Holiday Competition in Queensland

Win a Working Holiday Visa and a Guaranteed Job in Queensland

Young travellers, aged 18 to 30 currently have the chance to win one of 18 working holiday visas and a guaranteed job in Queensland.Read More
Bondi Beach. Sydney, Australia

Sydney’s Top 5 Beaches

The top five beaches in Sydney Australia, including Bondi, Balmoral, Clovelly, Little Congwong Bay and Lady Martin's beach.Read More
The A to Z of Gap Year Travel

The A to Z of Gap Year Travel

If rumours of the gap year’s demise are true then this post will go mostly unread as students instead forego a break between A levels and university to avoid the rise in tuition fees. Plenty though will either worry about the financial hangover later or consider a year out a worthwhile investment in their future.Read More
Cheap Motorhome Rental in Australia

Drive a Motorhome on the Cheap in Australia

Not content with paying full price cash money to hire a vehicle, Working Travellers can get their hands behind the steering wheel of a rental car or motorhome for as little as AUS$1 a day.Read More