A Travel Blogger’s Paradox

As most of you know by now, we're no longer just writing for fun... we are officially paid travel bloggers. HURRAY! Over the past few months, companies have contacted us for commissioned articles about travel-related topics, after reading articles on our website. When we started Borderline Backpackers, we'd followed the digital journey of other famous... Continue Reading →

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7 Ways To Being An Eco-Friendly Backpacker

As a traveller, you'll see many of the wonders that the world has to offer, but you'll also be exposed, more than ever, to the damage caused by the human race. A few weeks ago, I wrote an article called 'The Final Straw', about how much of our plastic waste ends up in the ocean,... Continue Reading →

Six Months of Backpacking

I almost missed it, if I'm being perfectly honest. I've stopped checking my phone for the time or date, and I most definitely couldn't tell you if it was Monday or Friday. Time is no longer relevant, and I'm enjoying being off the clock. As it turns out, it has officially been six months since... Continue Reading →

Under The Sea

The Great Barrier Reef has always been on my bucket list. I remember learning about it in school, and was amazed at the beautiful colours and variety of marine life. It has certainly been on my mind over the years, as updates on the Reef becoming increasingly bleached and dying has made major headlines.¬†We knew... Continue Reading →

Betty’s Burgers & Concrete co.

Betty's Burgers & Concrete co. - $$ - 9/10 Burger bar - Ice cream Shop 2/50 Hastings St, Noosa Heads, QLD 4567 As you all know by now, I love a good burger joint, and this place was recommended to us by an Aussie friend. We were in Noosa for 3 days, with a diet... Continue Reading →

The Forgotten City

Many backpackers who are eager to get north to Fraser Island/Whitsundays or south to Sydney, skip this great 'forgotten city' that is directly en route. It has loads to offer; we stayed for 2 days, and found that to be a reasonable stopover time, but you could easily spend a week or more exploring the... Continue Reading →

A Bad Day Backpacking

To someone who has never been backpacking before, I believe there is a common misconception that a backpacker has "fun" all the time. You know... one day, you decided to quit your job, packed all your belongings in a rucksack and now travel the world, partying, meeting new people and having the time of your... Continue Reading →

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