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Backpacking Australia: East coast -

My overview



Aussie, Aussie, Aussie oi, oi oi! ….

Backpacking the East Coast of Australia is…Well in a nutshell, a party; it’s a booze filled binge up or down the coast.

The East coast is the most popular and heavily backpacked coast which contains most of what Australia is famous for; it’s a well trodden booze filled beaten path. Home to cities like Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, stunning beaches, exotic animals, famous landmarks, Incredible islands, world wonders, the great barrier reef, and even rain-forests.

As a backpacker in Australia you’re just as likely to go on an all day booze cruise as you much as you visit an attraction, seeing and doing things becomes secondary to partying. In fact most tours incorporate booze into their trips; select from a number party boats to take you out to the Whitsundays, booze out to the great barrier reef, go on a castaway trip and sit around a fire in the middle of nowhere with a crate of cheap beer or a box of goon.

You might be thinking I’m painting a false picture of but you ask anybody who’s backpacked the East coast and see if they tell you any different!


Posted by av9901 07:49 Archived in United Kingdom Tagged parties travel australia backpacking traveling solo_travel travel_planning budget_travel travelblog world_travel nomad_life

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