Heading to Australia on a working holiday visa is one of the best travelling experiences you can go on – not only can you explore a country full of epic activities but you can also top up your travel savings at the same time!

My FREE e-book will help you plan your trip down under and allow you to make the most of what this amazing country has to offer.



What’s Included?

Over 80 Pages of tips and advice, including…

– Destination Guides for all the major East Coast Stop offs, including hostel recommendations

– Resources to help you find a job

– Tips and advice on how to travel around Australia

– My ultimate Australia Bucket list – so you don’t miss any of the must do’s

 – Itinerary breakdowns to help you plan your trip

– Heaps of other advice to help kick start your working holiday visa

– FREE Lifetime Updates






This Is For You If…

 You’re busy planning a year long working holiday in Australia

You’re looking for expert advice on where to travel in Oz and what to do

You’re looking for hints and tips from a backpacker who has lived and worked in Australia


A Sneaky Peak Inside…


Why Take Advice From Me?!

I’ve been backpacking since 2009

I’ve recorded detailed information on budgets, trusted companies and activities

Over 4 years of work & travel experience in Australia

…including tackling Sydney – Cairns 3 times!

Years of work experience within the tourism industry

Trusted by over 45,000 readers each month!

Winner of the UK Blog Awards Travel Category 2016






42 Responses

  1. laura

    I’m planning to go to Australia for a WHV, but also wanting to travel around a bit and see some stuff, basically not planning to stay in one place too long. I travelled Thailand with a suitcase and hated it, as it was too heavy and annoying to lug around and ended up buying a backpack, which was easier but annoying as I couldn’t carry round as much stuff. What would you recommend for Aus? I’m swaying more towards backpack, but then friends that have done it, have told me a suitcase is much better for a year living in Aus?

    • Chris

      Hey Laura,
      Stoked to hear you’re heading to Australia, you’ll love it out here!
      Hmmmm it really depends on how much stuff you’re planning on bringing! Personally I recommend the Osprey Far Point – which is about 40 litres and should easily be enough. That being said though Oz is pretty easy with suitcases for getting around!

  2. Kirsty mitchell

    I was wondering if you could advise to how I download your ebook? My partner and I are travelling Australia at the end of the year and I love your blog so I would love to read all your advise etc..

    Thank you

    Kirsty mitchell

    • Chris

      Hey Kirsty,
      If you enter your email address in the boxes on the page a download link will get sent out to you – just double check your junk mail incase it gets caught up there!

  3. Jayme


    Me and my partner are looking at applying for our working holiday visa and would love to read your e- book please. How do I download this – I have put in my email address.

    Thank you :)

    • Chris

      Hey Jayme,
      You should receive an email with a download link – if it hasn’t come through check your junk mail or drop me an email and I’ll send it out for you :)

  4. Dot

    Hi, I cant see the boxes you mentioned to put my email address and get the download of you book?

    • Chris

      Hey Dot – that’s strange, they should load! If not head to any Australia post on the site and you can use the top bar to sign up!

  5. Mitchell

    Hi Chris,

    I downloaded this a while ago but my phone got wiped and I could really do with it again. Could you help me out please

  6. kirti

    I want to travel australia. But i’m totally confused which things are best to do so, Then i saw your ideas regarding this. It seems interesting as well as excellent. Now i’m gonna apply your ideas. Hope it may help me too. Thanks for sharing wonderful ideas!!!

  7. royal rajasthan tour

    Nice blog post! Great guide to working travelling in Australia. Thanks for sharing it.

  8. Visiit

    Interesting to read your so many inspiring guides, I am so glad to read your articles. Thanks for sharing really helpful……..

  9. Shashika

    Hi, Travelling Australia is such a dreams for me. If i got chance, i’ll visit there.
    Thank you so much for your nice article.
    keep it on writing.

    • Chris

      I hope you make it there soon Shashika – it’s a beautiful place to explore!

  10. David Pomfret

    Love this post, looking at visiting Australia for a prolonged period next year and you had some amazing insights that prob saved me hours of research! Thanks so much!

    • Chris

      Stoked it helped you out David – drop me an email if you need any help planning or want some epic travel discounts!

  11. jim corbett

    Ohhh man just loved your post. I have been in australia last year but after reading your post i am really thinking about to make another trip. Thanks mate just amazing article.

    • Chris

      No worries Jim, stoked to hear it helped! Let me know if you need any help planning!

  12. Plazzy

    Oh, what a guide! It’s one of those ones that really make you go off the tablet and start planning. Or rather, switch tabs to Booking!

  13. Heart Luke

    I have a dream to visit Australia someday. Even though I’m not set to go yet, your guide is an eye opener on what to expect and prepare for. Thanks for the sharing your experience with us.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

CommentLuv badge