As year 12 students around the country enter the last stretch of their final exams, thoughts will soon be turning to celebrating their new found freedom which, for many, means just one thing - Schoolies 2017.
For thousands of Aussie teens their Schoolies trips will be an overseas travel adventure, with an increasing number of 17 and 18-year-olds heading out of the country to tropical hot spots such as Indonesia, Thailand and Fiji.
In fact, travel insurer Allianz Travel recorded a 63% increase in the number of of young Australians who took out travel insurance to Indonesia over the 2015-2016 Schoolies period.
But for many revellers, this will be their first overseas adventure, and with accommodation, food, activities and perhaps the occasional drink to pay for, it raises the question - which is the best way to pay while on an overseas Schoolies trip?
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Thankfully there are plenty of travel money options for young Aussie travellers to choose from including travel debit cards, prepaid travel cards and good old cash, but the right option for your own adventure could depend on a number of factors.