We're Laura & Pete
Passport Collective is an Australian travel blog for adventurous people who are looking for authentic experiences in Australia, The UK and beyond.
We’re for people who like to plan, love to dream and are ready to try something new.
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We’re Laura and Pete, an Aussie couple who created this travel blog to help you plan your best trip to Australia or the UK (with a few exciting international destinations in between!)
Whether you’re travelling around England, dreaming of a trip to Europe or want to explore more of our home country Australia, we promise to fuel your wanderlust and empower you to plan an incredible adventure.
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Forrest Caves Phillip Island: Best things to do in Phillip Island
If you didn’t know that there are Phillip Island caves, you wouldn’t be the only one. In fact, the Forrest Caves Phillip Island, are often
Steavenson Falls Marysville : Visit one of Victoria’s prettiest waterfalls
If you love a pretty waterfall, then you can’t look past Steavenson Falls, Marysville. Marysville Australia is known for being a gateway township to the
31 BEST easy Melbourne summer things to do [Summer Melbourne 2021]
Melbourne is our home town. Laura’s by birth and Pete’s by adoption. We’ve both lived in different cities – and countries – yet we firmly
Maria Café Upwey: The Best Dandenongs Cafés
We love the Dandenong Ranges. In fact, Laura grew up with a view of it out of her parents’ kitchen window. We’ve spent many hours
stories from two seasoned wanderers
read our travel stories
Sunday Strolls in East Sussex
Its been a while since I’ve written about us personally. We’ve both been busy enjoying the summer. Travelling to Spain and Portugal has meant that I have actually had
The Burning of the Clocks Festival: What to see and do
There is some debate over how one should prepare their cream tea (Devonshire Tea to us Aussies). We learnt this upon the arrival of Pete’s
The Bluebell Railway
According to my font of knowledge of all things British (my friend Gary), an anorak is someone who bird watches, or train spots, or does