Hello & welcome to Birdgehls...

Birdgehls is a responsible travel blog detailing adventures around the world, with a focus on Australia.
We’re passionate about backyard travel in Melbourne (Narrm) and beyond. Come discover this immense, captivating sunburnt country with us.

Latest posts

Sydney Harbour Bridge. Looking for the best books about Australia to read before your trip? Here's a collection of fiction and non-fiction books, all by Australian authors.

31 best books about Australia

Go for gold: 18 things to do in Bendigo

The prettiest small towns in Victoria, Australia

A complete guide to the North East Silo Trail

Travel with a conscience
& a sense of humour

Sustainable travel doesn’t need to be dry. Learn how you can tread with ease and care across our beautiful planet, while keeping your impact low. As one of Australia’s first sustainable travel blogs, Birdgehls can help you discover eco-friendly tours, products, attractions, accommodation, eateries and more.

Sustainable travel posts

Take an eco retreat in Victoria: 11 green options

16 sustainable travel blogs you should be following

37 best eco-friendly travel products

Zero waste travel: everything you need to know

What else can you find on Birdgehls?

We cover many topics – musings on expat life, tips on quitting drinking, reading recommendations, articles about culture, art and history. Click on the button below to explore.

Popular posts

What NOT to do when visiting Australia

How to avoid being lonely in a new city

20 popular road trip routes in Australia

20+ quirky date ideas in Melbourne

Acknowledgement of country

I acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Kulin Nation, and pay my respects to Elders past and present, and the cultural knowledge holders of our future. Sovereignty was never ceded. Always was, always will be, Aboriginal land.

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