Australia is such a big country with lots of destinations to check out as a nomad escort. It’s a very remote country and, ironically, one of the most popular places to visit, especially among escorts looking for variety. Whether you are already in the country and have clients in more than one city or you are visiting Australia or aching to explore other parts of the country, you are about to be blown away with options.


Sydney is like no other city in the world. So, of course, my first destination is Sydney. If you’re getting trip ready and need the best sites in the city, you’ve come to the right place.

King’s cross is the place to be for getting wild on the cheap. The beer is inexpensive and partying late is the standard. The famous World Bar is where most of the fun is at. If you want to get wild, then drink here. For a less touristy nightlife scene, head to Manly, The Rocks, or the central business district where there are more locals, fewer travellers to allow you focus on your client and chiller bars and lounges although more expensive cocktails and beers.

Hunter Valley is in the North of Sydney and is one of Australia’s premier wine regions. It contains amazing wineries that produce some of the world’s best red wine. While visiting is not easy on the budget, it is an excuse to get out of the city, see the countryside, and do something other than sitting on the beach. It will also let you display a sophistication that increases your personal value. It’s best to stay for at least a night out in the valley to get a richer experience.


Townsville is an excellent choice for escorts looking for somewhere to layback, chill out and work in your town whilst also being in a city big enough to find clients on a regular basis.

Enjoy snorkelling and around the pristine waters of the Great Barrier Reef at Wheeler Reef Dive Site, abundant with marine life. Wheeler Reef is rich in coral gardens, underwater canyons and small caves, containing an abundance of reef fish, reef sharks, crustaceans and huge morays. You also get to showcase that hot bod.

Longboard Bar & Grill is a very chill place for a meal overlooking the water in this surf-themed pub-restaurant, which does terrific nightly specials including tacos and buffalo wings. The regular steak, seafood and pasta menu is very delicious. Orders are taken at the bar, the vibe is right most nights and staff are fast and efficient.


Toowoomba is located in the Darling Downs of Queensland. it hosts the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers each September and national championship events for the sports of mountain biking and motocross.

Picnic Point Lookout is a lovely place for lunch with a client or by yourself. Overlooking the Great Dividing Range, there’s no shortage of lush lawn to sit under the shade of one of its hoop pines or kauri trees. It’s also super private.

Trail the smell of petrol-burning and sound of revving engines to discover the Toowoomba speedway, which covers every type of racing from sprintcars, V8s to Formula 500s.


Mackay is sugar cane country and you can learn all about this industry and indulge your sweet tooth at the Sarina Sugar Shed.

Starting north of Mackay, the Hibiscus Coast is almost 100km of national park, glowing beaches, and charming seaside villages for you to kick back and revel.


It is a port city located on Corio Bay and the Barwon River, in the state of Victoria, Australia. Splash about with the dolphins at See All Dolphin Swims.

Other locations of interest for visitors include the National Wool Museum, the Old Geelong Gaol, the Botanic Gardens at Eastern Park.


South Bank is Brisbane’s ultimate lifestyle and cultural destination. Located on the southern banks of the Brisbane River, its 17 hectares of lush parklands, world-class eateries, wowing river views and myriads of delightful events all year make it the perfect place to unwind or meet up with clients.


Melbourne is the coastal capital of the southeastern Australian state of Victoria. Melbourne boasts Australia’s largest concentration of live music venues. See a Hollywood blockbuster, catch a cabaret or comedy show starring local and international talent, or visit Crown Entertainment Complex – home to Australia’s largest casino, cinemas, discos and designer stores if you are looking to splurge.


Perth sits where the Swan River meets the southwest coast and sandy beaches line its suburbs. Australia’s sunniest capital city, Perth effortlessly blends urban cool with raw natural beauty. Its home to Kings Park – one of the world’s largest inner-city parks. Just a short drive away are the beautiful wineries of the Swan Valley.

Whatever you have in mind, you will find in Australia. Whether it’s a chill, secluded simple dining environment or a festival full of life and colours, there’s something for you and/or your client to enjoy and leave with memorable moments.

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