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Hello and welcome to The Travelleur, a website dedicated to those who travel cheaply, wildly and freely! This isn’t a place where you’ll find click-baity listical ramblings, or expensive and out of reach travel inspiration and advice; instead, you’ll find budget travel advice where you won’t miss out on the big things to see and

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SAILING THE WHITSUNDAYS

Apparently the Whitsundays have the best beaches in Australia and for many visitors to Queensland, a cruise out to the Whitsundays is up there with diving the Great Barrier Reef and visiting the Irwin’s at Australia Zoo. Despite coming from the side of Australia that actually has the best beaches in Australia (and I’m totally

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A BRAND NEW YEAR 2018

We are back from our Christmas break and it is 2018 – I can barely contain my excitement for the year ahead! The road here has been long and windy for us, and I still choose to look forward to the year with optimism and hope that it will be a better year than the

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HAPPY HOLIDAYS 2017

It feels like we were ringing in the new year only yesterday, so it always comes as a surprise at how quickly Christmas comes around! In Australia we don’t have the build up to the holidays season like they do in the northern hemisphere, where the appearance of snow in November or December a glaring

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EP 23: DRIVING FROM SYDNEY TO COOBER PEDY

I’ve finally gotten around to finishing the vlog of our great Aussie red centre adventure – and it’s now up on Youtube for you to watch! Head on over and check out Part 1 where we leave our home of two years in Sydney, and make our way to the outback opal mining towns of South

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ULURU-KATA TJUTA NATIONAL PARK

I still remember that day. My hands gripped the steering wheel as I came to a slow halt in front of the turnoff on the Stuart Highway, and I turned to Siu and asked, “so what do you reckon? Should we go to Uluru?” We both hesitated and didn’t know what would lay ahead on

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JOURNEY TO THE RED CENTRE: PART 3

The middle of Australia was everything I thought it would be and more. As an Australian seeing Uluru up close and personal, it was awe inspiring and surprisingly emotional. A landmark I have seen time and time again, yet never did I think I would be standing here looking up at it in person. After

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HOW TO MOVE TO A NEW CITY

Nothing ever changes. Everything is always the same. What drives us to move from what we know can stem from a feeling of groundhog day, or an absence of different experiences from the norm. Moving to a new city is not always an easy task since you’re moving away from the the familiar comforts of

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