G’Day and Welcome to Live Work and Play in Australia.
I’m Sharyn and this is my blog all about Australia. So whether you are a working holiday maker, a backpacker or an Australian citizen and will be travelling by yourself, in a couple or with your family, come join me to live work and play in Australia.
Let the journey begin!
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If you'd like to experience life working on an organic farm you could WWOOF your way around Australia. No, no, you don't have to do dog impressions, even though you may find yourself digging in the dirt. Being a WWOOFer is a great way to travel around...read more
Knock, Knock - Any Jobs? As you travel around Australia you may want to pick up work to help fund your continued travels. And there are many job options available in Australia that you could undertake. But how do you find one? Here are my 6...read more
The Golden Guitar - just one of the big things you will see on the New England Highway Most people choose to drive between Sydney and Brisbane by the Pacific Highway. But there is an alternative. Instead of beach stops why not head inland. You will...read more
The Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame is a cricket lovers paradise. Even if you don’t like or understand cricket, you will discover the history of the game, pick up an understanding the game and why people love it so. And you will learn...read more
Wave Rock was a place I wanted to visit since I was a little girl. I first saw Wave Rock on the Australian tv show ‘Ask the Leyland Brothers’. The Leyland Brothers were two film makers who took us all over Australia in their show. I don’t know exactly what...read more
In case you don’t know - Canberra is the capital city of Australia, not Sydney like some think. As it is the capital it is home to many ‘official’ buildings like Parliament House however, Canberra is more than this building that sits on a hill dominating...read more
The Yarra Valley is one of Australia’s premier wine and produce regions. In fact, it is Victoria’s oldest wine region, dating back to 1838. Located 25 km North East of Melbourne or about 33km by road, it will take about 40 minutes to reach the Valley’s...read more
If you don’t mind being mesmerised by the endless Pacific Ocean and walking over an engineering feat, taking an easy day trip from Sydney to Stanwell Tops and the Sea Cliff Bridge should definitely be on your agenda. I have driven this easy day trip which...read more
The rocky outcrop where crew of The Endeavour first stepped onto the Australian shore Kurnell is known as the birthplace of modern Australia as it is the landing spot of Captain James Cook, the man who ‘discovered’ Australia. It is also known as the...read more