News: Travel

Airport anxiety

close-up of a person's hand at the airport holding their passport and boarding pass.

Despite travelling through the airport so frequently, I can’t help but feel butterflies in my stomach every time. 

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My break thus far

Girl on a road trip.

How I spend my break as an international student. 

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Melbourne adventures

A bird's eye view of the State Library of Victoria, showing people studying at desks.

Recently travelling to Melbourne for a short holiday, I found there was so much to do. 

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Whale migration

Oh August, I feel like you went by too quickly. The last weeks of winter have always been celebrated with a migration of sorts and this annual retreat has become a tradition. One that always felt like a rebirth, and I will always be grateful to winter’s chill for the darkness that makes fires burn brighter and hotter.

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Quick getaway 

Glenelg jetty

It’s that time of the semester again – classes are halted for two weeks and we’re all itching to escape the academic life that we have been so privileged to wallow in these past few weeks.

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Travelling during COVID

A plane flying over a city

Travelling interstate during the pandemic has its host of stresses.

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Throwback: Arriving in Adelaide

Me, in front of the Fangirls banner.

Let us rejoice for the South Australian border has finally opened to international students!

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First time surfing

Me, surfing.

I finally got to realise a life-long dream of mine!

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When the borders open

Airplanes window view of sky by Eva Darron

As the opening of some borders and the ability to travel internationally approaches, there’s no doubt that everyone is super keen to get the hell out of here and make the most of our lives again. So where would you go?

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Review - a night in the hills

In the middle of our break, my friend and I decided to stay the night in Hahndorf – the famous small town known for its German heritage.

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