Australia

Fly Like an Eagle at Arthurs Seat on the Mornington Peninsula

The Arthurs Seat Eagle on the Mornington Peninsula is one of Victoria’s most visited attractions. The Eagle is a series of gondolas, ferrying visitors to heights over Dromana to reveal captivating views of the peninsula, surrounding coastal villages and State Park. The Arthurs Seat Eagle is just under an hour and a half’s drive from …

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Sponsored Post: Drive around Melbourne for the City’s Best Vegan Italian Food

Today’s post is sponsored by Webjet.com.au Australia and New Zealand’s leading online travel agency for renting a car and comparing car rental in Melbourne. Melbourne is one of the most vegan-friendly capital cities in Australia that’s easy to navigate by car. Italian cooking has also punctuated the city’s expansive multicultural food scene, beginning as early …

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Westfield Knox: A Local Vegan Food and Family Dining Destination

Westfield Knox is a key destination in Melbourne’s outer east where family dining and local vegan food go hand in hand. It’s not often that a destination can be chosen for a family event where all guests can eat in confidence and with tasty options. Westfield Knox’s vibrant and cosmopolitan outdoor Knox Ozone section delivers …

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Where to Go in Victoria to Ease Your Weekend Wanderlust

The weekend away is embedded in Australian tradition. Anyone Aussie can tell you about countless long weekends spent out of a tent, caravan or B&B at a favourite destination. Victorians are not shy when it comes to a weekend of wanderlust and Victoria boasts some of the country’s most sought-after weekend spots. Here’s the inspiration …

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Reap the Benefits of a Great Australian Bushwalk

A great Australian bushwalk holds many benefits for travellers. It’s in our blood to wander and there’s unexplained beauty in that. Travellers are motivated to wander for many reasons – to explore new destinations, to find meaning or purpose in our lives or debunk a belief, to seek out connections and make life-long friends. There …

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The Best Vegan Nights in Melbourne for Dinner

There are a few vegan nights in Melbourne that deliver vegan cuisine to a new level. Specially crafted vegan cuisine shows the world that incredible vegan food is accessible, possible and inclusive. Supporting the vegan nights in Melbourne also means supporting those businesses that are genuinely trying to seek a vegan path if they’re not …

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The Ultimate Island Hop: 8 Top Australian Islands to Explore

Australia is the world’s biggest island and Australians are fortunate to access island life from wide-stretching beaches that orbit the country. Australia is also the mainland from which travellers can embark on the ultimate island hop, from balmy days spent off the Queensland coast, to the rugged and fresh outlook from Victoria’s south-eastern tip. Here …

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Travel to Lake Macquarie in May for Whale Watching

Lake Macquarie, one of Australia’s best spots to travel to for whale watching, is located on the coast of New South Wales, only a half-hour’s drive from the coastal regional city of Newcastle. Lake Macquarie is Australia’s largest coastal salt-water lake; the perfect destination for migrating whales in Australia, and for us who travel – …

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Sponsored Post: Vegan Holiday Ideas when Travelling to Tasmania

Today’s post is sponsored by Webjet.com.au Australia and New Zealand’s leading online travel agency for cheap flights and cheap holiday packages. Tasmania can be chilly but is warmly welcoming, cosy and easily explored from a vegan perspective. All you need to do is book in a few days, or a longer cheap holiday package, to …

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Easter Vegan Daytrips in Melbourne You Can Do Anytime

Easter time in Melbourne is a four-day weekend when you can embark on some vegan daytrips in Melbourne. It’s an interesting time of the year, being the start of Autumn yet the last of summer’s sunny days shine through. These are the days when stolen moments can be taken for some vegan local travel. This …

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