Welcome to SpanishAustralia.org, the first free online magazine featuring a selection of cultural events, leisure activities and cool businesses based in Australia but related to Spain somehow.

And by 'somehow' we mean broad adaptation of Spanish and Latin creations, such as food, music, language, cinema, literature, architecture and design, among other arts and products.

Spanish Australia Magazine is directed by Sara, a journalist from Barcelona who happily lives in Melbourne. She makes sure that all the content is independent, fun and 'truly' Spanish.

And it's simple. Spanish Australia content is chosen because we believe it is worth your time and will never be traded for money; we hunt down and recommend handpicked good stuff for you. Spanish Australia Magazine invites freelance collaborations that maintain a fresh approach to culture, avoiding institutional content. We do not accept advertorials but offer ads and sponsorship opportunities. Please check the CONTRIBUTE section.

We are really excited about keeping you updated with all news related to Spain and Latin culture that happen on this side of the world. So like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and subscribe to the RSS feed. We look forward to seeing you around...

Sara Bosch
hola @ SpanishAustralia.org

A Spanish tea towel in an Australian backyard - Spanish Australia Magazine

Spanish Australia on Flickr

Spanish Australia cultural magazine has now a Flickr account where to see the photos we take from different events. You can also be one of our photographers capturing the action

catalan-footprint spanishaustralia

This is the story of a group of Catalans who decided to cross the world and start a new life… in Australia. But did they know where they were going? The Catalan Footprint in Australia


The Young Chefs Culinary Scholarship in Spain was created in 2007 by ICEX in response to the growing international influence of Spanish cuisine. Awaiting for the 2013 edition here


Spain is more than paella, sangría and San Fermines for some Aussies, particularly for those who lived in the country. Stories of how they keep alive their piece of Spain back at home