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If you came to Australia for the first time, where would you go?
If you had never been to Australia and always wanted to, where would you go and what would you want to see?
I would go immediately and directly to the outback to live with and learn from the indigenous Australians.
There are two destinations that are on my bucket list (okay, honestly, there's waaaaayyy more than two. lol) but two destinations I've always wanted to visit and actively dream about on a regular basis.. One being British Columbia (I'm from Ontario) and the other is Australia.. I'm not too sure where I would want to go first.. I know I would love to climb the Sydney Habour Bridge.. There's just something about Australia that has always drawn me to it... Maybe it's because I hear so many wonderful things about Australians! I've heard that Aussie's are alot like Canadians, but with better tans. lol.
I have been to both Perth and Melbourne. Of the two, I would say visit Perth if you prefer a more relaxing and laidback trip. If you want more things to do, head for Melbourne instead. You can check out my hubs for more info.
Are you looking for famous places in Australia to visit, the most beautiful places in Australia.The Great Ocean Road, located in Victoria, is arguably one of the best scenic drives of the world. Its official length is 243 kms (approximately 150 miles), but it will take you a full day to enjoy it due to the narrow and windy traffic lanes (only one in each direction). It hugs the coast line with panoramic views of the ocean and cliffs, and it winds its way through cool climate rain forests.
by Linda H8 years ago
Hi,Well obviously I am in Australia, I had my first response to one of my hubs from Chicago this week on a commercial level.It would ve great if we could get more social interaction going and so if you know anyone here...
by Suzanne Ridgeway5 years ago
What are your top 5 bucket list destinations to visit?
by Jaspal Singh12 months 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...
by emievil8 years ago
I just received a brochure (actually it's for my deceased father) from a migration company about migrating to Australia. The brochure got my interest.Anybody here living or is thinking of living in Australia? What is it...
by bonetta hartig8 years ago
i don't believe we should, it is the flag that we became a nation under. it isour history so why change it.
by Kristy Sayer5 years ago
Hi there,I'm Kristy and a hubber from Sydney, Australia - I was just wondering if there were any other Australians around! While I meetup may be tricky with different states, we could be email buddies!Interested to find...
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