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  1. Tourism Australia is running an online campaign at the moment, promoting locations around Australia in short online videos, featuring, backpackers, tour guides etc to lure more young people Down Under to work and play. The Tourism Australia campaign, 30 days in Oz, consists of 30 online videos, each following someone different in locations around Australia, with each demonstrating in 60 seconds why "there's nothing like Australia for young travellers." Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy said the campaign would promote the Working Holiday Visa and encourage young people to consider Australia as a place to work or travel, particularly those leaving school or on a Gap Year. "One of Tourism Australia's objectives is to get more young people to holiday in Australia. These travellers often become lifelong advocates, influencing friends and family of all ages to holiday in Australia and returning themselves later in life," he said. "We also know from research that many of these visitors are backpackers, who spend more time travelling and explore more of Australia than other travellers, which is one of the reasons the youth market is such an important one for us." The video's showcasing Victoria are below: F6DExzY9GI0 vrv1GTMzzwM Je5QAF0wrg8 Gkz7O_cXvNM XzzMdOCxnxY
  2. If you are under 30 coming out on a WHV is a great way to see Australia. See what these backpackers feel about back packing around Oz. [YOUTUBE]bwbUJLpWGcc[/YOUTUBE]
  3. If you are looking for some experience on a cattle station in an isolated location in South West Queensland maybe we can help. The Station Manager would enjoy some company and you'd get some free accommodation and see the real bush. You could give the manager a hand and have a great life experience. The property is located between Bourke in Western NSW and Cunnamulla in SW Queensland on the Queensland side of the border. You'll need your own transport to get out to the station but it would be worth the drive. It's desert and scrub with plenty of wild pigs and kangaroos, emus etc and some beautiful lakes with birdlife. Camp out or stay in the quarters/cottage with the Manager. Stay a short time when passing through or a bit longer if you like. If interested contact Mark by email rockwellstation@bigpond.com
  4. There is a great website where you can purchase a backpackers car/camper, sell one and also share a ride. The website is: http://www.travellerscarmarket.com
  5. The Pom Queen

    Backpacking around Australia

    We seem to have quite a few members out there who are already or about to backpack around OZ. I thought this forum would be great to put any work contacts in, let us know which hostels are any good and which to avoid. Etc
  6. Tourism Australia is running an online campaign at the moment, promoting locations around Australia in short online videos, featuring, backpackers, tour guides etc to lure more young people Down Under to work and play. The Tourism Australia campaign, 30 days in Oz, consists of 30 online videos, each following someone different in locations around Australia, with each demonstrating in 60 seconds why "there's nothing like Australia for young travellers." Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy said the campaign would promote the Working Holiday Visa and encourage young people to consider Australia as a place to work or travel, particularly those leaving school or on a Gap Year. "One of Tourism Australia's objectives is to get more young people to holiday in Australia. These travellers often become lifelong advocates, influencing friends and family of all ages to holiday in Australia and returning themselves later in life," he said. "We also know from research that many of these visitors are backpackers, who spend more time travelling and explore more of Australia than other travellers, which is one of the reasons the youth market is such an important one for us." The video's showcasing Tasmania are below: ni44QcpnZkg 3lvEdwb15GA sWMG2vNKr-w
  7. Tourism Australia is running an online campaign at the moment, promoting locations around Australia in short online videos, featuring, backpackers, tour guides etc to lure more young people Down Under to work and play. The Tourism Australia campaign, 30 days in Oz, consists of 30 online videos, each following someone different in locations around Australia, with each demonstrating in 60 seconds why "there's nothing like Australia for young travellers." Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy said the campaign would promote the Working Holiday Visa and encourage young people to consider Australia as a place to work or travel, particularly those leaving school or on a Gap Year. "One of Tourism Australia's objectives is to get more young people to holiday in Australia. These travellers often become lifelong advocates, influencing friends and family of all ages to holiday in Australia and returning themselves later in life," he said. "We also know from research that many of these visitors are backpackers, who spend more time travelling and explore more of Australia than other travellers, which is one of the reasons the youth market is such an important one for us." The video's showcasing our great state are below: vTSSwWl2ApY fbr1Nm_a60U LDdxZg2djRA QzEXsq7N11k QXKzISyR5Ow Wk_H1qe-Afc
  8. Tourism Australia is running an online campaign at the moment, promoting locations around Australia in short online videos, featuring, backpackers, tour guides etc to lure more young people Down Under to work and play. The Tourism Australia campaign, 30 days in Oz, consists of 30 online videos, each following someone different in locations around Australia, with each demonstrating in 60 seconds why "there's nothing like Australia for young travellers." Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy said the campaign would promote the Working Holiday Visa and encourage young people to consider Australia as a place to work or travel, particularly those leaving school or on a Gap Year. "One of Tourism Australia's objectives is to get more young people to holiday in Australia. These travellers often become lifelong advocates, influencing friends and family of all ages to holiday in Australia and returning themselves later in life," he said. "We also know from research that many of these visitors are backpackers, who spend more time travelling and explore more of Australia than other travellers, which is one of the reasons the youth market is such an important one for us." The video's showcasing South Australia are below: 7MIvCyNUfX0 2BKHDeqZ07Y cy4OpklYrYc dIg3br2HN0E
  9. Tourism Australia is running an online campaign at the moment, promoting locations around Australia in short online videos, featuring, backpackers, tour guides etc to lure more young people Down Under to work and play. The Tourism Australia campaign, 30 days in Oz, consists of 30 online videos, each following someone different in locations around Australia, with each demonstrating in 60 seconds why "there's nothing like Australia for young travellers." Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy said the campaign would promote the Working Holiday Visa and encourage young people to consider Australia as a place to work or travel, particularly those leaving school or on a Gap Year. "One of Tourism Australia's objectives is to get more young people to holiday in Australia. These travellers often become lifelong advocates, influencing friends and family of all ages to holiday in Australia and returning themselves later in life," he said. "We also know from research that many of these visitors are backpackers, who spend more time travelling and explore more of Australia than other travellers, which is one of the reasons the youth market is such an important one for us." The video's showcasing Western Australia are below: cdNhEvyT5qU LML5LVe9ogc lhRn9tZ1M3M
  10. natashahall21

    Backpacking ...here for 6mnths

    Hey me and my boyfriend have been travelling around asia for 6months , and now based in northcote , melbourne , however feels strange now we have started working and being normal again , especially as he works nights and i work days nad we dont know where is good on a night out, any tips would be great !!
  11. on a working visa, going to do the 88 days fruit picking or similar. Then hopefully make my way through part of the northern territory, through cairns down to Queensland, then making my way down to sydney and melbourne and hopefully perth area (depending on funds) Recently split with my gf, Im only 24. Want to view a lot of Australia before I decide to emmigrate, you never know, I could meet a potential sponser over there. What do you think? Big step going on my own but at the same time Im looking forward to it
  12. Heya! I'm going to oz next year on a WHV... anyone else travelling July August time?!?!?! :cute:
  13. Guest

    Backpacking in oz

    Hi, just wondering the best way to take my cash with me??? any help really apriciated!!! :hug:
  14. Hey all I'm 3 months into a 1 year working holiday visa been staying with family just outside perth (im from suffolk) but am now thinking of backpacking across australia so if anyone is interested in joining me let me know.Hoping to start in the next 2-3 weeks
  15. Guest

    Backpacking

    Ok everyone need you help. If you backpack across aussie for a certain amount of time can you get a visa for living over there? migration does confuse me very much and i just dont know where to start. I am going to get a working visa but i want the best and easyest way possable to get over there. so what do you all say any advise. thanks Gary
  16. Guest

    Backpacking across Australia

    This is the one thing that I have always wanted to do, backpack around Australia! I guess it is out of my reach now but has anyone done it?
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