Australia unltd: Australia & All Things Australian
Showcasing Australia - the Country and the Continent - the "Land Down Under".
Find Australia-related Products and Services. Connect and Interact with those who share your interest in Australia.
Below you'll find Merchants and Products which speak to the topic of this site and which, in keeping with our mission as The Web's Concierge, have been carefully chosen and individually screened for your shopping ease and pleasure. They are not paid ads, but rather companies with whom we have selectively chosen to partner. We do earn a referral fee if you find something you like or need and purchase it. We have striven to bring you the "best in breed" companies ... those that: we like, our friends like, have great sites and service, have good online reviews, positive consumer reports, and are family friendly. Keep us posted with regards to your own personal experiences with them.
You may be surprised at companies that have not been included. The "noisiest" in the marketplace are not always the best. We have chosen 1) newer innovative companies that are performing well and garnering respect in their respective niches as well as 2) "Main Street" companies that have been reliably getting the job done for decades ... in some cases centuries. Our oldest partner, thus far, has been in business since 1819! That's staying power.
Rest assured, if we've included a certain vendor in a site's line-up, there's a very specific reason for it. You may have to hunt and poke a bit, but it'll be well worth the effort. Enjoy the adventure!
The Leader of the Pack
Australian Ugg Boots: The Ugg Factory Outlet Store ... direct from Melbourne. Lordy, what a selection ... goes on and on ... have you seen the ones embellished with Swarovski crystals?! Ships worldwide. It's important to know that the "Ugg" brand generally purchased in the US is actually owned by a US brand ... Deckers ... and that the boots are not really "authentic ugg" or made in Australia with authentic Australian sheepskin.
AccorHotels: The World's Leading Hotelier by virtue of number of rooms worldwide. Check it out ... especially if you're traveling to Europe, Asia, or Australia/New Zealand. Hotels in over 90 Countries.
Art.com: If you love Art ... any kind of art, any subject ... you're gonna love this site. It's a feast for the senses. You can browse by subject, genre, artist, room to be decorated, and even color palate. Once you've found the image you've been looking for and/or can't live without, then you have multiple product types to choose from ... there's even a great selection of wall tapestries. You'll have fun here ... no matter your special interests or current decorating mission. Their tag line says it all: "Find Your Art, Love Your Space."
Carrot-Top: This is THE place to come if you need a patriotic flag (from the US or just about any other world country) or novelty banner ... pre-printed or custom (and the range of stuff they customize is amazing ... right down to the tablecloths for that special event!). So, if you're needing an American "Stars & Stripes" (and the flagpole to go with it), a military grave marker (hard to find), or a US state, city, or territory flag ... you will find it here. And so much more (the "more" including military, civil service, religious, nautical, auto racing, golf flags; retail and advertising banners, etc, etc) And they've been doing it for 30 years. They also have site/crowd control and special event products!
Comfi: A Seller - Still one of the Favorites - of Pre-Paid Long Distance Phone Cards and Domestic Phone Minutes. Low rates on International and Domestic Calling.
Contiki: One very special niche ... a tour operator for the 18-35 year olds that want to see the world and experience different cultures, but who want to travel safely (especially if traveling solo) and make sure they "see the sights". Average age is about 25. Make new friends, travel, and do a bit of partying while you're at it.
Cultural Survival: The magazine that introduces you on an intimate level to indigenous peoples and cultures around the world. You'll learn about their ways of life, spirituality, celebrations, and present-day challenges. Stunning photos accompany feature articles. The magazine has been published by the non-profit of the same name for almost 35 years. (The organization has a 4 star rating from Charity Navigator.) Subscriptions help support the charity's efforts to help indigenous peoples keep their lands, languages, and cultures intact.
Expedia: One of the leading "online travel agencies" providing independent travel booking for flights, hotels, car rentals, cruises, and vacation packages ... a 2019 best in show for car rentals.
Hotels.com APAC: The "Asia Pacific" version of Hotels.com. If you're looking for a hotel in Australia, New Zealand, India, Singapore, the Philippines, and other Asian destinations ... this is the only site you really need!!
Intrepid Travel: A small group tour company with an ethos and modus operandi that might not work for all, but certainly does for some. Intrepid specializes in "soft" adventure" travel (which might be a relative term for some folks) and small groups (as few as four and usually not more than 12). It is no frills ... local food, local transport, and modest accommodations ... grassroots travel I guess one would call it. Just without all the pre-planning hassles. They've been doing it since 1989 and have 800 different tour variations. Some folks love 'em (including some of the National Geo folks), some not so much. You just need to know what you're looking for out of your travel experience.
Marlin: Your complete guide to offshore fishing action around the world. In each issue of the magazine, you'll find features on the hottest fishing destinations globally, boat reviews, updates on marine conservation efforts, news and notices of billfishing tournaments, profiles on the people influencing the sport, and insider information on the latest fishing accessories, equipment, and electronics.
National Geographic Traveler: Nat Geo's spinoff publication that tells you all about the amazing travel destinations National Geographic Society reporters and photographers have visited, while giving you the advice and tips you need to get there. You'll find recommendations for hotels and other lodgings, detailed maps, feature articles about vacation destinations in the US and abroad, and other helpful travel advice.
One Travel: Offering air, hotel, car, cruise, and travel package deal booking ... considered one of "the top 10" best online travel sites (ranking pretty high on that list ... ahead of others you might hear more about) ... they do have an easy to use site which has lots of info on it which you should read (esp the FAQs) ... also providing good customer support.
SaltWater Sportsman: Your complete source for fishing and boating the high seas. Each issue of the magazine includes articles on varieties of saltwater fish and where to catch them, product reviews of fishing and boating gear and accessories, features about boat models, and how-to tips on landing the big one! With an eye toward the environment, the editors also include news about conservation of marine resources.
Sport Fishing: Your complete guide to saltwater fishing action ... you'll find everything you need to know about the destinations; the boats, charters, and captains; the equipment; the techniques; and, of course, fish behavior!
Target.com: This favorite shopping destination has become one of the Web's 5 top favorite places to shop ... the company has worked its way into the Fortune 50. They've really covered all the bases when it comes to customers' "wants and likes".
The New York Times Online Store: Great Gifts born from a legendary newspaper's archives. You'll be amazed at the possibilities here! Plan to spend the afternoon. The archives are just the beginning ... there's signed sports memorabilia, fine paintings, antiquarian books,, etc. The breadth and quality of inventory is stupefying!!
Amazon: One of the planet's most mind-boggling arrays of goods. First came the books. Now they've added every other product on the planet. The ultimate in selection and convenience across multiple categories.
Australia at eBay!
Not Registered with eBay?
We’ll make it easy for you...