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by Tim Uden

  • ISBN: 0958179646
  • Category: Travel
  • Author: Tim Uden
  • Subcategory: Australia & South Pacific
  • Other formats: azw doc mobi mbr
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bug Backpackers Guide; 3 edition (June 1, 2005)
  • Pages: 384 pages
  • FB2 size: 1930 kb
  • EPUB size: 1869 kb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 789
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The BUG travel guidebook series focuses solely on the needs of the backpacking traveller and books in this series will be comprehensively updated with a new .

Budget travel is what we're all about. No flash hotels and fancy banquets - just the most comprehensive information on backpackers' hostels and enjoying your trip without blowing the budget.

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Uden, Tim (1 January 2005). BUG Australia 2005: The Backpackers Ultimate Guide". Northern Territory Government of Australia. Retrieved 28 October 2016. "Welcome to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park". BUG Backpackers Guide – via Google Books. DK (3 February 2014). Back Roads Australia". Penguin – via Google Books. "Find a park to visit Tjoritja, West MacDonnell National Park". Commonwealth of Australia. Retrieved 12 January 2018. Smith, Holly (14 May 2014).

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Australia is a long way from the rest of the world, but when backpackers make the effort to fly Down Under, they’ve got a trove of travel treasures to dive into. With beautiful beaches, otherworldly outback and spectacular cities to explore, this diverse country is a dream backpacking destination. The backpacker scene. No backpacker flies halfway around the world to visit the world’s sixth largest nation to only spend a week or two looking around, so Australia is the sort of place that people quit their job and spend their life savings to travel to.

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Reviews about Bug 2005 Australia (Backpackers' Ultimate Guidebook: Australia) (2):
Xtreem
As the nineties ended Lonely Planet, Let's Go and the others forgot the market which created them and with greed in their eyes and discontent for the backpackers who had put food on the tables of their families and employees dramatically cut down on the destinations listed so you'd have to buy more specific guides. They replaced all but a few hostel listings (leaving ones who probably paid to be listed) with hotels (Lonely Planet has the most expensive Hotel in Australia, Palazzo Versace in their Gold Coast accommodation listings for crying out loud), fine dining and other useless information backpackers had no use for in an attempt to sell more guides to luggage wheeling short stay tour company travellers as well. They ignored cries of put back destinations and hostel listings from backpackers who wrote reviews on this and other sites such as Seethisplanet or sent letters to these companies and now they have paid the price. A great competitor has been able to enter the market (if the former guides had done their job there is no way there would have been market share for BUG) who just lists what we backpackers want, hotels listings and basic information on what there is to see at each destination.

The BUG guides are simple to read, a lot thinner, less bulky and heavy than their competitors (which makes a lot of difference when you have to lug the thing around an entire continent in your backpack) and much better value. They give a description and rating on each hostel (they claim they do not accept free nights or money however they actually contradict themselves in the Sydney accommodation section under Victoria Lodge by saying BUG weren't aloud inside which indicates they were letting the hostels know they were from a reviewing guide book so would obviously get the best beds and more effort would be put into service and cleaning the building or maybe they don't actually spend the night at the hostels but just say who they are and have a guided tour, who knows). As well there are maps and travel company information. The only criticisms I have are that they do repeat information from one paragraph to the next especially relating to trains and buses. Even though they do not accept payments for listings they do follow the larger marketing budget high profile companies for attractions. For example the more expensive Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is listed in the Gold Coast attractions but the much better and cheaper David Fleay Wildlife Park located at Burleigh (just up the road) is left out. But I'm sure they'll improve this over the next editions.

You obviously won't agree with all their reviews of the accommodation but that's the backpacking scene. You can have a terrible experience at somewhere where someone else had one of the best stays of their life. Don't rely on this guide alone, ask other backpackers who have been to the destinations you are going where they stayed and what it was like. The more opinions you get the more likely you are to get a clearer picture.
Marr
I thought that the guide contained some good information, especially if you want hostels. But, I found it difficult to read. I think that I still prefer Lonely Planet's guide.

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