Travel Tips

Travelling soon? Cover-More provides you with the best Travel Tips and Advice for when you head overseas. Our number one travel tip? Make sure you have travel insurance! Find out more.

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More and more Australians are heading to exotic places overseas when it comes to tying the knot. It’s the cool thing to do with your wedding and honeymoon wrapped into one.

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Here are a few fun facts before you devour your next hot cross bun this Easter. If you’ve already hit up your local supermarket, all this talk about hot cross buns will leave you wanting more.

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St Patrick’s Day is cheeky leprechauns, rowdy pub sing-a-longs and foamy pints of Guinness.

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Planning an international trip, or even a domestic one, can often be time consuming and stressful when having to plan all the details from accommodation and tours to jam-packed itineraries.

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Whether it’s a traditional ‘gap year’ after school or a career break to see the world, there’s lots of ways to spend your year abroad and make the most of your time overseas. Here are just five.

Dr Jane Read

For those who are considering walking ‘the trail’, using a reputable tour operator will give you the benefit of accessing guides with valuable experience, as well as knowledge of the historical and local village contexts. 

Emma Chow

On my first trip overseas I quickly realised that the comfort of home was a privilege, and not something that all are afforded. All of a sudden everything was put into perspective.

The Snow Chasers

So, you’re planning a holiday to a snowy destination. If it’s your first time seeing snow then you’re in for a treat. There is something so pure and magical about snow. 

Dr Jane Read

Travelling with conditions such as coeliac disease or gluten sensitivity should not stop you from seeing the world and experiencing the fun that comes with travel. Organisation and planning is the key to a successful ‘gluten-free’ trip.

Samuel Turner

You’ve taken the plunge. You’ve saved your money, booked your tickets, organised your travels... and somewhat packed your bags. This is your first time backpacking and you’re not quite sure what you’re going to need. 

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