Although most have been ironed out over the past hundred years, there are still a few wrinkles in Australia's state borders.
Reverse culture shock is real. There are a few quirks of Australian life that it takes a while to get used to as a returning expat.
The world is on hold but the experts who have guided us overseas are ready to do so in Australia too.
We may have had to ditch our overseas travel plans this year but here's how you can recreate your dream travel at home.
Why it's time to take a look beyond the usual tourist hot spots for your next holiday.
We've checked in with the operators of some of Australia's best travel destinations to see how they're faring and what they're planning for us when we can finally meet again.
They've not always given the respect they deserve (as underlined by the recent destruction of a 46,000 year old habitation site in the Pilbara), but they are well worth the long trip.
We're coming to drink at your pubs and eat at your cafes and stay in your B&Bs and peruse your shops and wander your streets. And we're going to be a bit of a nightmare.
From its red-earth centre, to the lush tropical coastline of sandy beaches, Australia is a place of unique extraordinary beauty and a deep rich history. You can walk across the land with a traditional owner, camp under starlight in the desert, wine and dine in the Barossa Valley or take a coastal drive along the Great Ocean Road. No place compares to this great southern land.