Join Carolyn Scott-Hamilton (@healthyvoyager), aka The Healthy Voyager, on a foodie and fun filled trip to Melbourne, Australia! Carolyn shares her experience and goes on a quest to find great food for special diet travelers like vegan, gluten free and all around healthier options. Her travels take her from her from the St. Kilda Beach to Fitzroy as well as to a variety of great restaurants all over the city! Enjoy the Melbourne episode of The Healthy Voyager’s Australian Adventure series!
In June 2017, my boyfriend and I packed into our JUCY campervan. We were on a two-week road trip down the East coast on the ultimate Australian road trip. Born and raised in northern Queensland, neither of us had ever […]
Hi there! I love doing travel posts as it provides plant-based readers with the confidence to explore. There will be more to come in the next couple of months but for today, I want to share my Top 10 Vegan […]
Last year on World Vegan Day I was enviously watching the snapchat stories of my vegan internet pals in Melbourne at the World Vegan Day Festival, celebrating veganism with tons of delicious food, fun events, and inspirational speakers. This year, […]
Melbourne brought me and Shae a lot of cold, rainy weather but what it delighted us with was a LOT of vegan restaurants and shops. We were even there during their World Vegan Day festival! Here’s some of our favorite places […]
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VeganTravel.com is a place where vegans share their passion for travel and adventure, help grow interest in going vegan, shed light on the issues animals are facing around the globe, and help build a more sustainable and compassionate world.