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Best weekend activities for international students in Australia
by Ideabroad
Aug 29, 2018 / 0 comments

Being an international student can make one homesick at times especially on the weekends when there are no classes and study activities. However, being an international student in Australia means there are plenty of activities waiting to be done on the weekends that help students out of homesickness and boredom.

A weekend is a perfect time for international students to attend a good festival where they can enjoy a variety of Australian foods that they might have never tasted before. Dance around, laugh at the funniest comics, listen to songs, who knows how many activities are in store for international students in Australia.

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Weekend Activities

Australia is a place full of exciting weekend activities that will make sure international students do not miss home. Australia is filled with wonderful parks and beach sides which have enough space for people to run wild in. Students can spend their time visiting zoos, museums, amusements parks, and aquariums. Australia is a beautiful place with one of the world’s greatest natural harbors. It has national parks, gardens, beaches and an enchanting coastline that will leave you speechless.

Read: Best Australian beaches 2018

Traveling

The best weekend activity for international students in Australia is to travel. Know more about the place by quickly packing a bag with your essentials and leave for an exciting walk. Travelling broadens your mind and paves way for you to explore the place. Moreover, a walk across the Sydney Harbor Bridge will give you amazing views that will enrich your life experiences. The Sydney Opera House along with the Royal Botanic Garden are a must visit and weekends may just be the best times for students to pay them a visit.

Wildlife in Australia

Australia is famous for its wildlife. Students can spend the day meeting Australian wildlife in Daintree Rainforest in Queensland where they get to meet Aboriginal people and cowboys. Discover the beauty that lies within the rainforest. Take one or two friends along and camp. It can be a great way for you to have peace and relax blocking all the college stress. Simply have a bonfire and play games with your friends.

Sydney Central Business District (CBD)

Students can always enjoy a variety of foods at the Sydney’s Central Business District towards China Town Market. Stalls with street food for students to know more about the culture of Australia. The hordes of stalls also sell home-made jewelry, accessories, art and household items at budget-friendly prices. International Students can also make out time for Bondi Beach. The beach welcomes people with its huge waves and breathtaking sunset and sunrise views.

For students, exploring their local area is always a good idea. Students can just wander around the old streets and alleyways. They will be able to find interesting places and even more interesting people. Furthermore, weekends are the best part where students can focus on their health. Whether it is napping to make up for the sleepless hours or exercising, one should focus on his health. Students can also cook healthy and stock up their fridge so that they have something to munch on when they feel hungry through the tight schedule from Mondays to Fridays.

Read: 5 Things to do as an international student in Australia

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