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Cheapest Places to Get Passport Photos in Australia

It's no secret that Australians love to travel. In fact, around 10 million Aussies leave the country every year for short stays around the world - not bad for a population of almost 25 million. The only problem is this: to leave the country, and enter others, you'll need a current Australian passport, and obtaining…

Best Compact Travel Strollers in Australia (2018 Update)

The GB Pockit Stroller is a world-record holder for travel strollers, and at less than five kilograms, it's one of Australia's favourites when it comes to travelling with a baby. Other models like Mountain Buggy, Britax and BabyZen join a group of incredibly compact strollers that make travelling with Bub not only manageable, but fun!…

Complete Jetstar Sale Guide For Australia 2018

A Jetstar sale is a HOT sale, and it definitely pays to know when the big sales will be running so that you can better plan your travel, and snaffle those bargain flights before they sell out - which they always do! In this guide, you'll find information about key Jetstar sales in Australia, including…

Mountain Buggy Bag Rider $149 @ Mountain Buggy

This is genius - and if you've ever had to walk two kilometers between terminals with a baby or toddler in your arms, I'm sure you'll agree! The Bag Rider is a total stress remover for travelling families, and not surprisingly it's getting a lot of love out there. New stock is on the way…

Save Money Buying an Ex-rental Car and Forget Old-fashioned Stigma

There is no doubt that buying a second hand car is better value for money even if you can afford a brand new vehicle. The depreciation of that shiny new forecourt car is so severe that it makes any money saving conscious being, scowl at the idea. Cars can depreciate anywhere between 20-40% as soon…

How to Get "Free" Milk and Bread at Coles' and Woolworths' Petrol Stations

There is no doubt that three of the most common purchases which people make on a weekly or monthly basis are milk, bread and petrol/diesel. Therefore wouldn’t it be a great help if you could drastically reduce the price of milk and bread every week, 52 weeks of the year. Or, even get them for…

Free Passive Cooling Techniques During the Hot Australian Summer

The mercury has risen across the country and for most of us air conditioning is a must to keep cool. However, even in the cool breeze of your air-con, your conscience is probably reminding you of the environment - not too mention your wallet. If only there were free and efficient ways of keeping your…

How to save 10% on Purchases over $300 When Flying out of Australia Using the TRS

Flying to and from Australia whether you’re a visitor or a resident, can sometimes be expensive, so why not utilise the often forgotten/unknown tourist refund scheme to help save those extra few $ for more important purchases. The important element to saving 10% is to understand how the scheme works to avoid any complications. This refund…

Comparison of Outdoor Clothing Retailer Memberships - Kathmandu vs Mountain Designs vs Anaconda

For anyone whose wardrobe features outdoor clothing, this post is for you. I'll be taking a look at the various customer membership programs across three of the largest outdoor clothing/equipment retailers in Australia (Kathmandu, Mountain Designs and Anaconda) to uncover the real value behind their club memberships. Most importantly, figuring out whether or not they're actually…

On the 10th of July, Universal Store opened its doors to the public at Kawana, QLD - celebrating the launch of its 24th store in the country (16th in the state) with 4 days of giveaways and competitions. However, due to the lack of stores in other states, many of us are still limited to…