Aussie Bhoy said:Hard to say, parts of Sydney or Melbourne maybe. In both cities you would need to lose most of the talls.
Having lived in London for 4 years, I don't really think anywhere here is that British (big cities I'm talking, maybe some places in Tas?).
This is quite a typical London street, and it doesn't really remind me of anywhere in Australia
Yeah in Sydney in the innercity suburbs they like to leave everything looking shab. Renervate the interiours of buildings yet leave the exteriors. Same with the councils, they use do everything on the cheap. Grey unpainted aluminum street poles and signs, above ground powerpoles everywhere and tarred non-pathed footpaths.
Typical innercity Sydney
Here are two pics of Perth's amazing London Court from my Tour of Perth:ryan79 said:Perth has a mall in the city called London court which is a representation of an old London street. Its really cool.
Last time I was in The Rocks, I even saw one of those old typical telephone boxes that is so stereotypically British! The difference though is that it was yellow.christarrant said:Millers Point / The Rocks in SYD is very British looking.