What part of Australia would you rather live in?

Where would you live?


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Vidic15

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#1
A spin off from the "What part of UK would you rather live in"

I live in Melbourne and believe it's an awesome place and all, would never want to leave it for any other state but Queensland is amazing when it comes to babes :D
 

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I doubt very many people know much about each city. Perhaps you could describe them for us. And how come the capital isn't even on the list?
 

Vidic15

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Melbourne -

  • MCG - Biggest sporting arena in Australia
  • Shrine of Rememberance - was built as a memorial to the men and women of Victoria who served in World War I and is now a memorial to all Australians who have served in war
  • Flinders Street Station - is the central railway station of the suburban rail network
  • Federation Square - It comprises a series of buildings containing a public broadcaster, art galleries, a museum, cinemas, exhibition spaces, auditoria, restaurants, bars and shops around two major public spaces
    • Is sister city with Boston

    Adelaide -

    NOTHING SPECIAL TO BE HONEST

    Canberra -
    • Capital City of Australia
    • The National Museum of Australia established in 2001 records Australia's social history and is one of Canberra's more architecturally daring buildings
    • Australian War Memorial
    • Black Mountain Tower is a landmark and tourist attraction in addition to providing telecommunications

      Perth - Nothing special

Sydney -

  • Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre
  • Possibly best beaches
  • Biggest city in Australia
  • The city is home to many prominent parks, such as Hyde Park, Royal Botanical Gardens and national parks


Queensland

  • Queensland is often nicknamed the Sunshine State, since it enjoys warm weather and a sizeable portion of the state is in the tropics.
    • Brisbane Far North Queensland (Cairns, Port Douglas,The Daintree) Gold Coast Great Barrier Reef Hervey Bay/Fraser Island North Queensland (Townsville, Magnetic Island) North Stradbroke Island and South Stradbroke Island Sunshine Coast Whitsundays (Airlie Beach, Whitehaven Beach, Hamilton Island, Daydream Island)
    • The Gold Coast of Queensland is also sometimes referred to as "Australia's Theme Park Capital", with five major amusement parks:
      Dreamworld
      Movie World
      Sea World
      Wet 'n' Wild
      WhiteWater World






Someone edit the poll. Add Canberra and edit Brisbane into Queensland
 
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Bliss

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#5
Sydney for the Opera House. I've seen it on the TV a lot over the years. I couldn't go to any part of Australia that was full of big spiders and snakes though. Is it all like that?
 

Vidic15

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Sydney for the Opera House. I've seen it on the TV a lot over the years. I couldn't go to any part of Australia that was full of big spiders and snakes though. Is it all like that?
Australia isn't all bush you know, well, the outback is but I wouldn't know, I've been living 20 mins from the city whole my life.
 

Bliss

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Yeah but I've heard these big spiders and snakes get in to your house/garden. I think I'd die if I had to deal with those things every week. I feel like we can get massive spiders in England but it's nothing compared to what I've seen in Australia (on telly of course)!
 

Vidic15

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Yeah but I've heard these big spiders and snakes get in to your house/garden. I think I'd die if I had to deal with those things every week. I feel like we can get massive spiders in England but it's nothing compared to what I've seen in Australia (on telly of course)!
That's in rural areas of Australia, I've had spiders in the house, but nothing huge like the redback, etc. There are snakes in the city area, but only in the overgrown grass places, like the creeks.
 
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