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Victoria : A two weeks Road Trip

6 December 2019

After buying my car (Mazda Tribute), I decided to go see the Raymond Island Koalas and apply in the area. Eventually I came across a job starting two weeks later north of the Grampians. So I went on a two-week road trip in Victoria. For each part find the link to my post with more info and more photos of my Victoria ‘s road trip! 5 days east of Melbourne Day 1 : Journey to Bairnsdale Day 2/3 : The…

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The Grampians – Victoria

30 November 2019

An other decor after the GOR, I spent 2/3 days in the Grampians, under 38 ° C :o. So only one big hike… Aboriginal art I started west of the Grampians Park when I arrived at the end of the day. With the visit of Billimina Shelter and Manja shelter. You should know that at one time their art was destroyed so unfortunately all is not well preserved … The walks are relatively easy, however, I was all alone (this…

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The Great Ocean Road (GOR) – Victoria

23 November 2019

After a little administrative stop in Melbourne I took the road to the Great Ocean Road (GOR). I spent 4 days walking around quietly. I had a cloudy day, I preferred to wait until the next day to continue exploring under the sun. From Torquay to Aireys inlet Did you know that Torquay is the fiefdom of Rip Curl? You will find here a factory shop, it was my first stop to buy a new swimsuit 8-). This part of…

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Wilson promontory park – VIC

10 November 2019

The second stop of my road trip in Victoria (after Raymond Island) was the Wilson Promontory park. I could only stay one day. And unfortunately the weather wasn’t on my side  🙁 . Practical information You can access Wilson Promontory Park for one day or several days. Be aware that campsites are usually full several days in advance in the national parks or much too expensive. The camps outside are not right next door and it takes a lot of…

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Koalas – Raymond island – VIC

1 November 2019

Once my car bought, and after 1 month spent at Melbourne, I decided to go see the Koalas at Raymond Island! Good news from the first day of my trip, I got a job in the bush that started 2 weeks later. I had plenty of time to discover the Victoria  😉 . Access Raymond island is a small island near Paynesville 300km east of Melbourne. It’s accessed via a small free ferry for pedestrians. Namely that parking is free…

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Melbourne – City guide – VIC

1 November 2019

A question often comes up for future game-goers: Which city to choose? I only know 3 major Australian cities, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. But I had no trouble knowing which one would suit me the most: Melbourne! I already wrote an article about the Underground Melbourne that suits me a lot more than the other two. By cons I do not recommend it in winter if you want a little heat  😉 . Convenience Where to stay? I just wrote…

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Melbourne’s hostels – VIC

10 October 2019

After a few days spent in Melbourne in 2018 and 1 month in 2019, especially for the Australian Open, I had the opportunity to test no less than 6 hostels! I give you here my opinion on each one of them. For comfortable budgets Space hotel If you really have a comfortable budget (especially in the summer) I recommend this hostel. This is really the must of hostels! I had the opportunity to stay there in May so the rates…

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Australian Open – Melbourne – Victoria

16 September 2019

Tennis fan and of the great Roger Federer, I could not miss the Australian Open! I finally stayed 1 month in Melbourne unsuccessfully trying to find a job, before relocating to the bush. To buy your tickets It is very important to buy places only on the officiel website of the Australian Open. And it’s from October. You will find lots of sites on Google that will sell you 2 to 3x more expensive instead and without any guarantee (same…

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Stop at Canberra – ACT

8 September 2019

After my little getaway at Jervis bay,I spent a few days in Canberra before heading to Melbourne. I took the Greyhound bus from Sydney to the capital! Accomodation and transport Canberra is more a city for workers and students. There is only a little tourism but for me it was still important to visit the capital of this beautiful country. The accomodation offer is therefore quite reduced, I took a bed in the hostel YHA (it’s rather the top of…

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3d in Jervis Bay – New South Wales

2 August 2019

After my short stay in Sydney I wanted to bask in the sun on the beautiful beaches of Jervis Bay! Access from Sydney and accommodation Concretely, even if there are buses that go nearby, it’s still not easy to get there by public transport. So I decided to rent a car (via Budget) from Sydney. Jervis Bay is about 2.5 hours from Sydney, I opted for the toll-free GPS option. I don’t know exactly if there are tolls on this…

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