In this Travel Generation travel video log Linda Martin comes to us from Quorn in South Australia and her first ever camel riding experience.

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In this Travel Generation travel video log Linda Martin comes to us from Cleland Wildlife Park on the heights of Mounty Lofty just outside Adelaide in South Australia.

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Yum! Wine tasting in the Barossa Valley, South Australia

As inveterate wine-drinkers, Craig and I take every opportunity to go wine-tasting.  It's a different experience in every country: Cambodia only has the one winery, in Peru we got to try crushing the grapes by foot, in France we walked through one of the few vineyards in Europe not affected...

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Finding a job in Australia just got easier

The working holiday in Australia is a right of passage for backpackers the world over. The hardest part can be to find a job – well that just got a little bit easier. Thumbrella an Australian based travel industry site has just launched an online job board with travelers in mind.

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Campervan rental for $1 Per Day

It’s no secret that some of the biggest expenses when travelling are transport and accommodation. As much as you want to save your pennies for amazing experiences and exciting shopping, a roof over your head and a way to get around are essential. The options are endless.

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Hobart Australia; An Eclectic Assortment of Experiences

Hobart in Tasmania is compact and a true ‘gem of the south’. You can get here economically and quickly from the mainland so come over, take some time and check it out!

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Night Footy at the MCG

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Night Footy at the MCG

This is it, the quintessential Melbourne experience, I'm talking about Friday night footy at the MCG! Who to support, what to wear, where and what to drink and what language to use and how to use it....

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Stuck In The Mud In North Queensland

The mangroves of Cooya beach in northern Queensland have ancient roots and sinking your feet into the silty black mud feels like you are physically connecting to those ancient times.

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Take the 'Am I still a True Backpacker?' Test

I will backpack until I die. Check. I will still backpack after I win this week’s $50 million Oz lotto. Check.
I will spend my honeymoon in an 8-bed dorm if ever trapped into marriage. Check (just find me the woman that’ll agree)...

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Travellers Will Be Winners in New Australian Pricing Laws

New pricing laws in Australia requiring travel providers to display full prices inclusive of any taxes and charges are good news for travellers.

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