HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME!

Well, I can’t believe we’ve made it one year, by ‘we’ I’m referring to myself, my laptop and gorgeous readers like you. If you’re reading this on 5th of May 2019, which I hope you are, then its official  Alicia Overseas has been up and running for one whole year.  This also means that Dave and I have been in Australia for almost a year. But if you’ve been following our journey for a while then you’ll already know that (because it’s all I’ve been talking about) but if you’re new then you may want to start here and then come back to this post.

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The most awe-inspiring, stunning drive in Australia, a strong statement but the Great Ocean Road is worth every ounce of recognition. On the coastline of South West Australia in the state of Victoria lies The Great Ocean Road, one of the most popular tourist destinations for all travellers. Known for its unique rock formations that line the coast, sleepy seaside towns and breathtaking views out into the unknown. The Great Ocean Road is one place that should be on everyone’s bucket list.

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Once we’d tackled the famous East Coast of Australia, I knew the next road trip that I had to tick off that bucket list was The Great Ocean Road. Located 3 hours South-West of Melbourne sits the most scenic ocean drive in Australia. Cruise the road that connects the land down under to the ocean with nothing on the horizon but that deep blue sea. The Great Ocean Road Highlights are famous amongst the Aussies and the rest of the world.

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Visiting The Grampians National Park in Australia has been on both Dave and mines bucket list since arriving in Australia. Back in the UK, and in Australia though not as much as we hoped, we are both avid climbers! Rocking climbing is our go-to spot for fun and exercise so of course, The Grampians was always going to be a place we wanted to check out. As our year in Australia went on, the likelihood of us actually getting there was pretty slim!

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Your Quick Guide on What to do in Canberra – In just one day!

Canberra, often mistaken as just another small city in Australia competing with Sydney and Melbourne for glory. What so many tourists that visit Australia still don’t realise is that Canberra is actual the capital. Yes, that’s right Canberra is capital like London and Paris are to England and France. Canberra was actually invented to be the Capital of Australia because nobody could agree whether Sydney or Melbourne should hold the title.

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The East Coast of Australia. The most famous and popular backpacking destination for all travellers alike. If you’re going to visit Australia then the east coast has got to be somewhere you explore. From the treetops of the Daintree to the white swirls of the Whitehaven beach the east coast is home to some of the most beautiful places in the world. No matter how you travel down the coast your bound to have a fantastic time but,

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Cheer Up, Slow Down and Chill Out. The words painted on the welcome sign as you approach Byron Bay have you instantly break a smile. Byron Bay has everything you need to make this exact remedy come alive. It’s the ultimate hub of relaxation where nobody is in a rush and all that matters is what time you’re heading to the beach.

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Sydney, Australias most famous city without a doubt. Home to the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge landmarks that are well known all over the world. Travellers flock in every day to catch a glimpse of these sights for themselves. I can assure you that they don’t disappoint. After living in Sydney for six months I can tell you confidently that three days just won’t be enough to experience all this city has to offer.

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