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Old July 10th, 2012, 11:09 PM   #21
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Brilliant thread (and I haven't even read it all as yet). It was 2006 (when I was 20) when I went to Australia, first time on a plane was to fly to Sydney on my own! Good job I didn't mind flying (I actually loved it) The place left such a profound effect on me and for the past few years I've tried to repress it and be serious and think it is time to settle down back home in the UK, but I can't.

I only went for 4 weeks (only?! haha) and did the East Coast, Sydney to Cairns. A lot of my friends have been since then, (at the time I would talk about it like I had been to another planet, drove people insane going on and on as if I'm the only one who has ever been there) but funny thing is when other people have been, they do the same and then end up driving you mad. I have a friend now who wants to go over for 3-6 months and asked if I'd go.. I can't stop thinking about it, it probably is too risky a move but I'm seriously considering it and already started planning it out

Needless to say, one trip to Oz was certainly not enough ( I didn't even get to see a Koala for starters!)
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Old July 11th, 2012, 05:01 AM   #22
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Brilliant thread (and I haven't even read it all as yet). It was 2006 (when I was 20) when I went to Australia, first time on a plane was to fly to Sydney on my own! Good job I didn't mind flying (I actually loved it) The place left such a profound effect on me and for the past few years I've tried to repress it and be serious and think it is time to settle down back home in the UK, but I can't.

I only went for 4 weeks (only?! haha) and did the East Coast, Sydney to Cairns. A lot of my friends have been since then, (at the time I would talk about it like I had been to another planet, drove people insane going on and on as if I'm the only one who has ever been there) but funny thing is when other people have been, they do the same and then end up driving you mad. I have a friend now who wants to go over for 3-6 months and asked if I'd go.. I can't stop thinking about it, it probably is too risky a move but I'm seriously considering it and already started planning it out

Needless to say, one trip to Oz was certainly not enough ( I didn't even get to see a Koala for starters!)
Good to hear, You could always get a working visa and come work for a few years. I too have been to London and the majority of the UK and you can recognize the Australian rootes and heritage from visiting the UK. Although everyone says Australia is allot like America in pretty much everything that has to do with day to day life, I believe we are a unique country that the rest of the world envies. Awesome climate, lifestyle plus probably one of the first worlds best economies - truly have all the traits, no wonder people are flocking here in there hundreds of thousands.... a lifestyle like no other. So much foreign investment at the moment.

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Brisbane tipped to be next Australian city to host the Olympics Games
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BRISBANE will be the next Australian city to host an Olympic Games, according to our most influential sporting administrator. Australia's Olympic supremo John Coates has told The Daily Telegraph the sunshine state could be a contender in 20 years. "I think under the present IOC criteria, the most likely city is Brisbane," Coates said. "The IOC is now saying that unless there are exceptional circumstances, they want the Games held in the July, August, September. "It will be interesting to see how Brisbane develops between now and the 30s. "You need to have in excess of 30,000 hotel rooms. For Brisbane, you could fudge it and throw in the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast. "It's the best climate to host an Olympic Games in Australia in the window the IOC is now allowing. "You've also got a better chance bidding for a city that hasn't had it before."

In a wide-ranging interview with The Daily Telegraph, Coates also hit back at suggestions of a disaster in London on the Olympic medal tally. He is now suggesting we can win more than 40 medals. "We benchmark every year and it's pretty accurate,'' Coates explained. "Before Sydney we benchmarked at 60 and got 58 medals. We were in one out of our benchmarking in '04 and '08, so it's reliable. "Last year we went from 46 medals in '08 to 35 in our benchmarking. "It was looking pretty gloomy late last year. On reflection, at the time, it said we had 35 fourth and fifth placegetters. "The government found $4.5 million which they directed at projects to ensure the medallists the fourth and fifth placegetters could edge closer.

"We did very well for gold medals last year. We were equal fourth with Germany and Britain. "My tip is we might go top 5 on gold. China, Russia and the US will be top three in no particular order. The Brits will be fourth. "We'll be fighting it out with Germany, France and Japan for fifth. Top five in gold and overall medals would be nice. Low 40s is what I think we can do." Coates is tipping a number of Aussie unknowns to figure in the medals. Canoeist Alana Nichols, Modern pentathlon's Chloe Esposito Equestrian rider Edwina Alexander and BMX riders Caroline Buchanan and Sam Willoughby are all contenders. The Australian Olympic boss also defended disciplinary action taken against swimming stars Nick D'Arcy and Kenrick Monk over the Facebook photos at a shooting range.
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Old July 14th, 2012, 04:17 PM   #23
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Good thread, but why are there so many pictures of sport cars in the Perth section? Are you trying to convey how obscenely rich and expensive WA's capital is now due to the mining boom?

I did read somewhere that Western Australia's economy is growing faster than China's.

You should really post some photos of Tasmania and the Australian alps. They're both home to some of Australia's most beautiful landscapes.

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Good thread, but why are there so many pictures of sport cars in the Perth section? Are you trying to convey how obscenely rich and expensive WA's capital is now due to the mining boom?

I did read somewhere that Western Australia's economy is growing faster than China's.

You should really post some photos of Tasmania and the Australian alps. They're both home to some of Australia's most beautiful landscapes.
Still have Northern Territory and Tasmania and ACT to do yet, just takes allot of time trying to create this idea in my head on how I set this thread out.

As for the more exotic super cars, well I like them and they represent the wealth of WA well I thought.
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Townsville is a picture of exactly the kind of diverse, dynamic regional economy that will power Australia's passage through the years ahead.
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Old August 11th, 2012, 06:53 AM   #25
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From my recent trip to Melbourne:


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Last week I traveled to Sydney then Melbourne then drove 4000km's from Melbourne to Townsville and stopped at pretty much every major town on the east coast so..

(Albury, Wodonga, Canberra, Sydney, Newcastle, Coffs Harbour, Port Macquarie, Ballina) and WOOOOW what a country we live in!

This is about the first set of my 3500 pictures I took, so take this set of Melbourne as Part one!

I love Melbourne it felt like Auckland on steroids, its such a beautiful place that I rate it as the best city in Australia and cannot talk anymore highly off.

I'll probably go into greater detail in a later date but because its late at night I thought id share Part one ready for tomorrow mornings early trade

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Part Two - Part Three coming soon

Oa and i'am thinking about returning for New Years but maybe minus the camera this time and have a killer time.

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Townsville's next phase of growth is likely to accrue the critical mass in population to transform from regional centre to a metropolitan centre.
'Bernard Salt' Australia's leading demographer

Townsville is a picture of exactly the kind of diverse, dynamic regional economy that will power Australia's passage through the years ahead.
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Old November 19th, 2012, 06:32 AM   #26
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by Double Convex

Melbourne remains world's most liveable city
by Intelligence Unit of Economist, UNITED NATIONS
Melbourne has topped 140 rivals to be crowned the most liveable city in the world. For the second year in a row, Melbourne has been ranked as the best place to live in the Global Liveability Survey, taking into account healthcare, education, infrastructure, culture and crime. Adelaide climbed the rankings to fifth place, outperforming Sydney and Perth. Lord Mayor Robert Doyle says it is great news for Melbourne. "Too often, even in our own wonderful city, it's a bit easy to find the things that we think have gone wrong.

"What this tells us is that on a world scale, that there isn't a more liveable city"


and I think that's a great outcome for our city." Councillor Doyle says the survey adds to Melbourne's marketing potential. "It's something that has a direct spin-off, not just for our hospitality and tourism but for international students," he said. "People look for destinations, and it's a very competitive world for those international students, so there are all sorts of ways that we can weave this into the remarkable narrative about Melbourne, when we go overseas or when we are locally beating the drum for our city."
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Townsville is a picture of exactly the kind of diverse, dynamic regional economy that will power Australia's passage through the years ahead.
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Residents near Hobart urged to evacuate or shelter

Residents in a Tasmanian town near Hobart have been told to evacuate their homes if the path is clear, as more bushfires sweep through the state today.
The Tasmania Fire Service issued an alert at 12.55pm AEDT warning of a large bushfire between Forcett and the Tasman Peninsula.
It said embers, smoke and ash could fall on Eaglehawk Neck, Pirates Bay, Doo Town, Old Jetty Road and Blowhole Road before the fire front hit.
Residents in these areas have been urged to evacuate to Pirates Bay boat ramp or Eaglehawk Neck Beach if it is possible to do so.
If it is too late to leave the area, residents are urged to activate their bushfire plans and shelter in a well-constructed, prepared and defended house.

The fire service has also released an emergency alert for a large, out-of-control bushfire at Flowery Gully near Launceston this afternoon.
Residents in the area have also been encouraged to activate their bushfire plans and leave their homes if the path is clear.
A watch and act alert has also been issued for an out of control bushfire burning in the Shakespeare Hills Forest Reserve at Montumana in Tasmania's north.Fire crews are working to establish containment lines around the fire but are concerned spot-fires may threaten nearby residents' homes before the fire front reaches them.Residents near a bushfire at Lake Repulse in central Tasmania have been told to evacuate their homes now if they wish to leave the area.The fire service said the fire posed no immediate threat but some areas could experience dense smoke because of local wind conditions.
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I don't usually put much stock into tourism photos, but damn these make me want to vacation in Aussieland.
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