Win a Spring Break trip to Queensland, Australia for you and a friend!

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Want to go Down Under for Spring Break 2023?

If you're looking for an unforgettable place to take a Spring Break in 2023, consider Queensland, Australia! During your trip, you can make your way from the bustling city of Brisbane to the remarkable Great Barrier reef, to the open skies of the outback, while enjoying the art, culture and city life of this amazing region along the way. Keep scrolling to learn how you could win round-trip flights for 2, a 3-day JUCY campervan rental, and included travel insurance by World Nomads to give you peace of mind while on your trip.

JUCY

3 Day Campervan

Add some color to your trip with a 3-day purple and green JUCY campervan! JUCY campervans come equipped with everything you need from a stove to a bed and will allow you to go off the beaten path during your Spring Break in Queensland.
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World Nomads

Travel Insurance Included

We'll make sure your trip is covered with travel insurance! World Nomads' travel insurance was designed by travelers for travelers. Coverage is incredibly flexible to fit everyone's needs and allows you to buy and claim from anywhere in the world.
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The details

  • 2 round trip flights to Queensland Australia
  • 3 day campervan rental with kitchen and fridge sponsored by JUCY
  • Travel insurance sponsored by WorldNomads
  • Open to any United States resident between the ages of 18 & 24
  • Travelers must be fully vaccinated to win

How to apply

  • Upload your visual submission
  • Tag us on Instagram @GoOverseas
  • Decide which friend you'll bring!
Apply now
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FAQ

  • Do I need a visa to visit Queensland?

    Whether you’re studying in Queensland or just taking a quick holiday, all visitors who are not from Australia will need a visa. If you’re visiting for tourism purposes, you will need to obtain an Australian Tourist visa.

  • How much does it cost to study in Queensland?

    As a student, you’ll need to budget to afford tuition, housing, school materials (ie: textbooks or field trips), and basic living expenses. The cost of your tuition will vary based on the education provider or university you choose and the level of study you’re pursuing. For example, if you’re an international student at The University of Queensland you can expect to pay around $9,000 USD per semester, for a 4-course study abroad program.

  • Do I need a visa to study abroad in Queensland?

    All international students will need to apply for an Australian student visa, known as the Subclass 500. You can learn more about the requirements and how to apply at studyaustralia.gov.

  • Is Queensland a good place to study abroad?

    Yes! Queensland is known for having world-renowned universities, including The University of Queensland and The Queensland University of Technology. Both universities have landed coveted spots in the QS World Rankings.

  • What are some of the top things to do in Queensland?

    Queensland offers plenty of exciting things to do for nature lovers, adventure seekers, and anyone just looking to disconnect and explore. You can visit the tropical waters of Whitsunday Islands, snorkel with the vibrant marine life in the Great Barrier Reef, or even take a safari through Daintree National Park, the world’s oldest living rainforest – there’s so much to do and see!

  • How much should you budget for a spring break in Queensland?

    Spring, summer, and holidays tend to be the more expensive times to visit Queensland, as they’re peak tourist periods. Flights from the US to Brisbane can range anywhere from $500 - $1500 round trip. You should expect to spend around $100-$150 USD a day during your trip in Queensland, including food, accommodations, and any activities you do. However, if you’re on a tight budget, there are also fun affordable options such as hiking, visiting beaches, or exploring museums – many of which won’t even cost a dime if you’re a student!

  • What is Queensland known for?

    Known as the “Sunshine State,” Queensland is famous for its golden beaches (hello white sand and clear blue water!), 5 World Heritage-listed sites including the Great Barrier Reef and the planet’s oldest living rainforest, and much more, making it a fantastic spring break destination.

  • What kind of visa do I need for a gap year in Australia?

    The first step in planning your gap year in Australia is to check your visa eligibility to ensure you can legally stay in the country for an extended period. The most common visa for gappers in Australia is the working holiday visa, which permits both work and travel within Australia for the one year it is valid. You can research your eligibility and apply through the Australian Border Force website.

Inclusions

  • 2 round trip flights to Queensland Australia
  • 3 day campervan rental with kitchen and fridge sponsored by JUCY
  • Travel insurance sponsored by WorldNomads
  • Open to any United States resident between the ages of 18 & 24
  • Travelers must be fully vaccinated to win

How to apply

  • Upload your visual submission
  • Tag us on Instagram @GoOverseas
  • Decide which friend you'll bring!

Apply now