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Sponsored Post: How to Get the Most Out of Your Cruising Travel Plans

Today’s post is sponsored by Webjet.com.au Australia and New Zealand’s leading online travel agency for cruise deals and packages. Cruising isn’t everyone’s preferred mode of travel. Still, travellers seeking an exciting way to travel to a new destination can reap the rewards of a few days out at sea. Cruising gives travellers the opportunity to …

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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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Cruising for a Vegan Port Day in Hobart, Tasmania

I had travelled to Tasmania before my cruising holiday a couple of weeks ago, so spending a port day travelling vegan in Hobart was still exciting. Port days are fun in the sense that you can get a taste of a destination while exploring by foot or bus. What I love about Hobart on the …

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How to Eat Vegan Food When You’re on a Cruising Holiday

Last week, I went on a cruising holiday to Tasmania from Melbourne. I have been on a cruise before, but I haven’t cruised as a vegan traveller. I was both excited about the prospect of amazing vegan food, yet I was somewhat reserved about whether it was going to be easy. Suffice to say, and …

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Last-Minute Travel Packing Tips for the No-Time Traveller

There are only nine days before I head off for some more vegan travel and the time for travel packing is inching closer. I don’t know about you, but I have always been a last-minute travel packer. Don’t get me wrong, I’m an organised person. Yet, travel packing has always been a last-minute task for …

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Why Vegan is Different to Vegetarian in Your Travels

In the last few weeks, my vegan food travel has involved some family dinners at local omnivorous restaurants. If I’m dining at a new restaurant, I check out their website to research their vegan options (if any).  If I can’t find any options, I call the venue to ask if any if their vegetarian options …

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Compassionate Living Vegan Pop Up Market: Q+A with Ruwani Ekanayake

The vegan community in Melbourne is expanding by the day, bringing with it an exciting platform for vegan businesses, entrepreneurs and not-for-profit organisations to thrive. What’s even more encouraging are the grassroots opportunities available to these businesses and NFP’s so they can meet their loyal fan-base, while reaching out to a new audience at the …

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