Planning to visit Australia, which city should I choose for my first visit?
I have plans to visit Australia very soon and I am unsure which city should I visit on my first trip? Ausies, please respond need your help, even those who has been there, explain where you stayed.
Melbourne of course, my favorite city by now! Well, I would suggest either Sydney or Melbourne because they are big cities and there's enough to do around there. You can also go to Cairns if you're into diving but that's more of a holiday place.
If you're going to only one city then Sydney has more famous buildings, like the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. I personally prefer Melbourne (so far) but I must say I did enjoy my visit to Sydney! Sydney also has great beaches for surfing and activities like that, Melbourne doesn't have that. What are you really looking for is the main question?
Melbourne for sure!! It's amazing and has so many cool things to do and see
I have only been to Western Australia http://hubpages.com/hub/My-ytip-to-Pert … -Australia I liked it but then again, I can't compare it to Melbourne, Sydney etc.
You can check my page to see whether WA is right for you or not!
After you do the cities head to Byron Bay for a real holiday on the ebach athen keep heading north into Queensland, onto Northern Territory, around to Broome and then south to Perth and Maragret River, across the Nullabor to South Australia, along the coast road to Melbourne..that should jsut about do you!
by salt 8 years ago
Mainly for us aussies! I would like to suggest that we have our own hubcamp and invite others too!!!
by Jaspal Singh 2 years ago
I have been in Melbourne for last two months. Its wonderful place having wonderful weather. A lot of places are there for spending your time. What do you think? Have your ever been in melbourne. What places you liked most ?
by Leta S 9 years ago
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by Jenny 8 years ago
Are you interested in having a meetup group in Sydney?
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