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Why Travel Australia?

Still looking for a good reason to jump on a flight halfway around the world to Australia? We can’t cover them all, but here's a few to get you started; snorkel the Great Barrier Reef, cruise the incredible Whitsundays, drive 4x4’s on the largest sand island in the world - Fraser Island, skydive over some of the most pristine coastlines on earth and of course find yourself immersed in a new culture of ‘Life before Work’. Australia for some is the ultimate backpacker destination and a place you absolutely need to add to your bucket list.

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Group Travel Australia

Taking a Gap Year to Australia is truly LIFE CHANGING - doing it with a group of like minded solo travellers just adds that ‘cherry on the cake!’ Make memories that will last a lifetime without the worries or struggles of doing it alone. These gap year programs are the perfect solution for those people that hate planning and just want hassle free adventures from start to finish.

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Welcome to Melbourne - 8 Days

Welcome to Melbourne - 8 Days

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Welcome to Sydney - 8 Days

Start: Sydney
Finish: Sydney
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There really is no better way to start that working holiday experience than on one of our amazing group tours in Australia. The team will get you fully settled in to work abroad down-under. Share the adventure with people just like you.. Looking for the best possible travelling experience in Australia.

Australia FAQ's

Is it safe to travel Australia?

Australia is by far one of the safest countries in the world. Crime is generally pretty low and the risk of being robbed, mugged or attacked is extremely unlikely. But, like every country in the world you do have to use basic rules of common sense and treat the locals with respect. However, the simple answer is YES, Australia is super safe to travel!

Where should I start my gap year to Australia, Sydney or Melbourne?

It all boils down to personal preference (or what your friends tell you to do 😂). We would always suggest doing your research, to help with the decision making. We've covered a whole bunch of different articles on both Sydney and Melbourne to help you decide.

But, if you want a short 1 line breakdown of each, here we go...

Sydney: Known for its famous harbour, warm weather and cosmopolitan vibe. You’ll never be far from the beach or a gym, that's for sure. Sydney beach suburbs are full of surfers and there’s always a barbie nearby.

Melbourne: Known for its hipster vibes, world famous coffee and artsy laneways. Melbourne is a city with a tonne of character & a very European flair. This multicultural city was rated ‘The World’s Most Livable City’ 7 years in a row.

Should I do a Gap Year to Australia?

There is no better country in the world to work abroad than Australia. With a working holiday visa process that is world leading and endless possibilities when it comes to finding work you’d be crazy not to do it! The work-life balance in Australia makes it such an attractive destination for students of all ages. Plus...the life experience you’ll gain from doing a year abroad in Australia is truly invaluable!

How can I travel the East Coast of Australia?

One of the absolute bucket list things to do when visiting Australia is travelling the East Coast. There are lots of different ways to do it but 1 thing is for need a place to start. 2 of the most popular places to start are Sydney and Melbourne. You can also start in Brisbane or Cairns but most travellers prefer to start south and make their way up the famous coastline.

The next most important thing to consider is ‘How’. Travelling the East Coast of Australia is commonly done either in a hop-on hop-off bus or you can rent a campervan.

I’m travelling alone, will I meet other people?

Australia is such an incredible place to travel solo, it’s safe, everyone speaks english and there are tonnes of travellers just like you living the dream down under. What makes these starter packages so popular is the hassle free experience end to end. The crew will pick you up when you arrive, get you settled in and help you plan your life for both work and travel.

What kind of people come on these group tours?

It doesn’t matter whether you’re travelling solo or coming with a friend, the trips are full of different people from all corners of the world.

You can be a student on a Gap Year to Australia, a professional taking a short holiday from work or just deciding to go on a backpacking adventure to escape life... these Australia Group Tours are the perfect solution!

What are the benefits of travelling as a group?

Travelling Australia in a group Vs travelling solo is a very different experience. Travelling alone you often feel like you have more freedom but you will need to plan out your days to get the best of each. Travelling solo does give you the ability to have way more lazy days! Travelling Australia as a group will involve more structure in your day achieving way more than when travelling on your own.

Choosing the right travel company will allow you to not only do the tourist spots but also head off the beaten track a little more.

Another huge benefit of travelling as a group is that you will arrive and make an instant group of friends... we see groups arriving as complete strangers and leaving as best friends! Travelling solo can sometimes be a little lonely if you are not confident enough to try and make new friends each day!

Is there a Facebook Group to chat to others before we go?

There sure is! We have a whole community of over 1,000 other travellers just like you! It’s a great place to ask questions, share ideas or even upload photos from your travels. Everyone is super welcoming and always ready to help if needed. You can Join the Feel Free Family Here. You will also be invited into a WhatsApp group a week before your tour starts, this is a perfect chance to get chatting with others on the same trip.

Should I do a stopover on route to Australia?

If you’re going to travel thousands of miles across the world you might as well make an even bigger adventure out of it! With Australia being so far away from almost any other country it is very common for travellers to stopover in Asia on their way down under. We often have individuals doing at least a couple of trips in Asia before or after they travel in Australia.

How long do I need to work & travel in Australia?

You can ask this question to 10 different people and get 10 different answers. The simple answer is what's right in front of you. If you have a 1 year working holiday visa planned for Australia...use it ALL! You will only get the chance once and once it’s’s gone! You can easily cover your bucket list spots in 3-6 months leaving you 6-9 months left for working.

If you plan to do your 2nd year visa we would suggest getting the travel out the way nice and early from Melbourne or Sydney upto Cairns. That way you can do your ‘Farm Work’ up in the sunny state of Queensland!

I want to work in Australia, where do I even start?

Finding work in Australia is actually a lot easier than you might think. Like everything you just need to know where to look, how to go about it and what to expect once you start. Preparation is the secret sauce when looking for work in Australia that’s for sure! The Welcome to Sydney & Welcome to Melbourne starter packages are the best and easiest ways to get started!

How much will I get paid working in Australia?

The idea of living next to the beach in a hot & sunny Australia is already convincing enough to jump on a flight half way across the world. But what if I told you the minimum wage is a whopping AUD $19.50+ per hour, pretty incredible right? With the endless opportunities Australia has to offer coupled with a healthy salary each month...why would you not do a working holiday in Australia?!

Do I need a visa to travel in Australia?

You sure will do! There are a couple of options and we suggest you organise this sooner rather than later!

If you plan on only travelling in Australia then you’ll need a ‘Visitor Visa’.

If you intend on working whilst travelling in Australia then you’ll need a ‘Working Holiday Visa’ (417) or ‘Work and Holiday Visa’ (462), depending on which country you’re from.

You can find out more and apply for your Visa via the Australian Government website. It’s a pretty simple process but as always, slide in the DM’s if you’d like some help and advice.

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