Hip Guide to Australia

Hip Guide to Australia
Australia is a vast continent with a wide range of attractions for the independent traveler. From modern cities to ancient aboriginal sites, from coastal rainforests to sandy deserts, Australia is a diverse land full of dramatic contrasts. Whether you go on an outback adventure or explore the world’s largest coral reef you’ll never be far from Aussie culture and hospitality. The Hip Guide to Australia offers highlights of the country, and contains many tips for making your stay here more rewarding.
The Hip Guide is Australia’s most complete and up-to-date source for hotel reservations, tourist information, events, reviews, shopping and much more! You can find out what’s going on and chat with others about Australia in our Australia Forum. Don’t forget to visit our Australia Photo Gallery! Bookmark this site, and visit whenever you need to find out what’s happening in Australia.
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PK’s Jungle Village

PK’s Jungle Village

Cape Tribulation has been a popular backpacker destination for decades. During this time PK’s Jungle Village has serviced their needs in this remote outpost where the rainforest meets the beach. With a superb location right on Myall Beach, PK’s is a choice spot for your stay in Cape Tribulation.


Young international travelers still flock to PKs, enjoying the youth hostel feel of the place. But now older travelers, like myself, who spent a few nights here in the early 1980s, find the same youthful feeling returning again. Fortunately, we can now stay in PK’s new ensuite airconditioned… Continue reading

Hobart, Australia

Hobart, Tasmania has to be the most hippiest haven in Australia. LOADS of counterculture activity. Organic food markets are everywhere in the weekly Salamanca market. Lots of wild, beautiful, free-loving, organic environmentalists.

Hobart is the home of the world’s first left-leaning Green Party. Lots of old, character homes in Hobart. And, Tassie (as the locals affectionately call it) is such a dreamy place with turquoise waters, and eucalypt forests. It’s a utopia or the closest to one in the world. And, I’ve travelled to almost every corner of the globe seeking out hippie havens and like-minded eco-subcultural back-to-the-landers. Dudes, bring… Continue reading
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