Captured! Student Photo Stories from Australia…

Meghan Greer is currently an UK Education Abroad Peer Ambassador. She is an alumni for UK EA, as she spent her summer interning abroad in Sydney, Australia! Meghan went with TEAN who is a UK Partner and loved her experience. Read on to read about her time abroad and see her some of her favorite things!

Erin, Julia and I visited the Sydney Opera House on our first day in Australia! This incredible building was only a 10 minute train ride away from our apartment. This could be you if you decided to study abroad!MG

We were so excited we had to get a few pictures also in front of the Harbor Bridge with our cute sunnies! Seeing the Harbor Bridge and Opera House is one of the most exciting things I did while I was across the country!


On our second orientation day in Sydney we visited the Taranga Zoo. These Giraffes definitely have the best view in the city, you can see the Opera House in the background if you look closely!


Avocado toast is very popular in Australia! Aussies are known for eating very clean and healthy, you can get a nourishing wholesome meal anywhere you go!


I took this remarkable photo when I was doing the Coogee Beach to Bondi Beach walk which is roughly 3 miles. During this coastal walk you also pass through Bronte Beach, Tamarama Beach and the famous Bondi Iceberg pools. We finished the day off with Moos Gourmet Burgers, it was national burger day so we felt obligated to!


This photo was taken at Crunella Beach about a 30 minute train ride away from Sydney. Such a beautiful beach filled with surfers catching some waves!


Go Cats! Erin and I throw what we know on the Great Ocean Road tour. We saw the 12 apostles along the coast of Australia right outside of Melbourne!


Hosier lane in Melbourne, Australia is a famous graffiti alley way with tons of intriguing art that you must see! If you’re ever in the area it definitely is something you need to check off your bucket list!


Erin and I pose in front of an Australian flag Beach house on Brighton beach in Melbourne! Of course, we had to snap a picture in front of such a remarkable flag!