Travel to Australia Solo!


Travel to Australia Solo!


Fancy being a backpacker and explore farthest corners of earth? Do you love your own companionship? Australia is the country for travelers like you! With a working holiday visa in hand and your backpack strapped to your shoulders, Australia is the ideal location for you. Being an English speaking country famous for outgoing nature of its people, it’s the perfect set-up for first time backpackers.

Don’t be nervous! Here are a few tips on how to travel to Australia solo!




It is always advisable to go prepared before you leave for your trip. Here are a few must-haves:

  • Travel Insurance – Make sure you purchase your travel insurance to cover for things like medical emergencies and lost/stolen things. You don’t want to be running helter-skelter in case you lose something on your way.


  • Right Visa – Secondly, make sure you have the correct type of visa with you. If you are travelling for more than 3 months, you can apply for Working Holiday Visa where you can travel and do casual jobs simultaneously. Fill in our FREE VISA ASSESSMENT forms and let our experts guide you with your visa requirements.


  • Tickets and Passports – Once you have your Visas and insurance in place get your tickets and passports in place. For cheaper airline deals, it is best if you book your tickets a couple of months before your d-day.


  • First Aid/Medical Kit – Now that you have made up your mind that you will be travelling solo, you are on your own. So it’s better to carry basic medical kit along with medicines that you think you might not find easily in the places you plan to visit. Also, if you suffer from any kind of allergies, do keep your anti-allergy tablets handy.


  • Travel Journal – A Travel Journal is going to be your best friend on your trip to Australia. You will definitely want to write down all those marvelous experiences that will cross your path.




The Bus transportation services in Australia are a boon for those travelling by themselves. In Oz Experience or Greyhound bus, you choose a route and purchase a bus pass before you go. It is more like a hop-on and hop-off trip. Be a fast-traveler or a slow one, you are bound to bump into people you have met before. It is extremely flexible and safe way to travel around Australia, especially when you are low on your budget.



Now that you have got a feel of travelling in Australia, you will come across many like yourself who will have stories to share. Get a bed in hostel and you will get to meet many backpackers like yourself. Share stories and experiences over a couple of beers and make travel buddies! Some of the well known hostels in Australia are Surfside Bondi Beach, Cool Bananas Town, Base Magnetic Island, Holiday Village Byron, etc.

If you are looking for travel buddies, you should check out websites like Gumtree and Rideshare or check the notice boards in hostels. You will come across messages from travelers on those boards regarding trips, guides, rent vehicles, etc.



For a quick tour around the country, you can book some tour groups. From tenting under the star-lit sky to driving along the beaches up to cooking meals together, you will find tour-mates to share these experiences with. These tours are a cheap and easy way to go around Uluru and Kings Canyon or a tour to Kangaroo Island.


Now that you know why Australia tops the list of the most favored destination for solo travelers, just fill in our FREE VISA ASSESSMENT form and let’s get the visa process started!


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