Our Australia travel blog has all of our Australia content on one page. Just jump to the post you need. I never thought I’d spend any time in Australia let alone such a large chunk of my life. I certainly never dreamed I’d marry an Australian and move to the other side of the world. I also never dreamed I’d become a travel blogger, nor that I’d develop such a knowledge of travel in Australia that I’d be able to put a whole Australia travel blog section together, but here it is, and that’s what happened.

So if you’re looking to visit Australia as a backpacker and travel around by bus and train with a 2 man tent, as we did, or if you’re looking to come here on vacation and stay in Australia’s top hotels, as we have, or even if you’re looking to move to Australia, we can help you with that.

What to Expect From The Weather

Australia’s climate varies greatly throughout the eight states and territories; there are four seasons across most of the country and a wet and dry season in the tropical north.Australia’s seasons are at opposite times to those in the northern hemisphere. December to February is summer; March to May is autumn; June to August is winter; and September to November is spring. Plan ahead with this information on weather and rainfall in Australia’s capital cities.

So in short, you will be hot, sweaty and sticky. Luckily, we planned accordingly here at BTT. Your transport and accommodation is all AC’d (aside from the night train, one night camping in Erawan National Park, and the floating bungalows in Khao Sok National Park).

Since 2014, we’ve helped more than 500,000 people of all ages enjoy the best outdoor experience of their lives. Whether it’s for one day or a two-week vacation.

The Food

The traditional places to buy take-away food in Australia has long been at a local milk bar, fish and chip shop, or bakery, though these have met with stiff competition from fast food chains and convenience stores in recent decades. Iconic Australian take-away food (i.e. fast food) includes meat pies, sausage rolls, pasties, Chiko Rolls, and dim sims. Meat pies, sausage rolls, and pasties are often found at a milk bar and bakeries, where they are kept hot in a pie warmer; meat pies are also a staple at AFL football matches.[50] Chiko rolls, dim sims and other foods needing to be deep fried, are to be found at fish and chip shops.

There’s also information to help you plan your trip, including getting to and around Australia, tours that you can do while you’re here and places to stay.