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Backpacker tourism: Australia’s wandering workforce

Backpacker tourism: Australia’s wandering workforce

Thousands of Millennials take a backpacking pilgrimage to Australia every year, a trend that is greatly benefiting the country’s agricultural industry

The Kongouro from New Holland by George Stubbs. Stubbs, a self-taught expert in animal anatomy, was able to paint the kangaroo from a skin he managed to inflate to life-like size. Courtesy of Nevill Keating Pictures Ltd

Australia wants its art back

The National Maritime Museum has beaten off the Aussies over an English masterpiece, but we may not have heard the end of the heated debate on artistic heritage

Australian reds

Jane Anson introduces us to her pick of the Australian ‘terroir-led’ wines


Australia is a highly urbanised nation, with the majority of the population squeezed into a few cities clinging to the coast. Inside lies the Australian outback, the largest desert outside of the Sahara, where you can walk for hundreds of miles through haunting landscapes of red, yellow and ochre without encountering so much as a […]

The New World of wine tourism

The New World of wine tourism

While wine tourism has emerged as a popular niche, the world’s oldest and most famous wine regions have been slow to capitalise on it. But now, the Old World is catching up to the New

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Located near the city’s business district, the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre connects international companies to Australia’s thriving commercial hub

Venice is one of the world's most walkable cities, with its network of narrow, cobbled streets offering endless places for travellers to explore

The world’s most walkable cities

‘Walkability’ doesn’t just refer to how easy it is to get around a city – it also considers which locations are most vibrant and full of life

Saving the Great Barrier Reef

Saving the Great Barrier Reef

Ravaged by climate change, Australia’s iconic Great Barrier Reef is facing the worst crisis in its history. Without drastic action, we risk losing one of the most valuable ecosystems on our planet

Haiti experiences a tourism revival

Haiti’s history is one of both greatness and tragedy. Now known as the poorest country in the western hemisphere, the state is looking to tourism for a second chance

How to stay social after moving abroad

OverseasGuidesCompany.com supplies some helpful tips on how to maintain your social life and make new friends after moving abroad