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Popular Aussie lingo
arvo – afternoon
pash - a kiss
too right – very true
bludger – lazy oaf
flat out – really busy or fast

Travel to and within Australia

From the Great Barrier Reef to the Sydney Harbour Bridge, from Uluru to Kakadu, from the Snowy Mountains to the jungles of Cape Tribulation, the Land Down Under offers an amazing range of travel experiences.

As part of OzTREKK’s services, we link you to resources that help you make decisions about where to travel and explore during schools breaks in Australia.

Of course, we also help you figure out how to get to Australia and what you need to do when you arrive. We give you inside info and expert knowledge about stuff you might not think to ask, like

What’s the name of the airport in Melbourne?

(Answer: Tullamarine Airport)

or

Which airlines fly North Americans to Australia?

(Hint: there are more than a dozen of them!)

On the Oz Boarding Pass site, we provide information about airlines and the various flight routes available to get you from North America to Australia. We also list the most common airports in Australia and help you to figure out travel insurance.

 
“I’m having a complete blast here. The first semester went really well and I got some decent results. I spent the winter break with my brother traveling along the East coast, so I’ve seen Cairns, Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, and a whole bunch of smaller towns in between. We saw kangaroos, koalas, crocs, surfers… Maybe next time, I’ll go take a trip into the outback!”
K. Frisch,
University of Melbourne student
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