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Spanish Australia

the first free online magazine featuring a selection of Spanish cultural events and businesses based in Australia


Hola! Spanish Australia is the first free online magazine featuring a selection of Spanish and Latin cultural events and businesses based in Australia. We enjoy keeping you updated with all news related to Spain and Latin culture that happen on this side of the world.
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Check the diferent sections at the top of the page - EAT & DRINK, ARTS, SHOP, LEARN, TRAVEL and MORE! - search for something specific in our DIRECTORY, or simply enjoy the exclussive images all over the site.

Also, find our cool stickers around town! In restaurants, shops, bars and others. That means we have talked about them in this online magazine.

The magazine will be updated as regularly as possible, and the main headline will be changed every Thursday! Check our CONTRIBUTE section and find out how to become a freelance contributor with Spanish Australia (click here!)

We are focused in Melbourne and Sydney so far, but let us know what would you like to read about Spain and Latin culture in Australia, and we will find it and write about it for you.

So like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and subscribe to the RSS feed to contribute with this cultural, new and very exciting project. We look forward to seeing you around... Gracias!

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

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