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    What is it like living there. I'm wondering because I'm planning on moving there in a couple months time. How's the college life there? I heard that it's very beautiful, and the climate's great there.

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    The climate and the scenery is fabulous but the cities are very multicultural and ridden with conflict.

    As I mentioned in your other thread, I wouldn't go to another country just to escape issues in your current life.

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    Right now, the only thing I remember that I know about Australia is that Sydney is announced as being the 14th most expensive city in the world. But as I can see Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Canberra and Adelaide has also made the list further down.

    List of most expensive cities for expatriate employees - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Oh, and it's sunny and their swimsuit fashion is very popular.
    Other than that, I'm lost..

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    Whatever you choose, best of luck.

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    The other problem with Australia is its government.

    We have compulsory voting so the various governments chase the lowest-common-denominator idiot-voter. Government policy swings violently from Malthusian pragmatism to PC-hippy fluffy-headedness.

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    I spend three months of each year in Melbourne. It has its problems, of course, but it makes USA and European cities look third world. There is a standard of living and an expectation of what a lifestyle should be that is quite extraordinary. However, it is very expensive. Australia is one of the few economies not currently affected by recession. The good life in so many ways, but at a price.

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    you will need lot and lots of cash
    pack cash you will need it

    enjoy the day it could be your last

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    Old DENNIS THE MENACE comic:

    DENNIS (looking at a world globe): "Someday I'd like to go to Australia. It's my favorite color."
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    Quote Originally Posted by frankfrank View Post
    Old DENNIS THE MENACE comic:

    DENNIS (looking at a world globe): "Someday I'd like to go to Australia. It's my favorite color."
    I probably had a reddish colour in the atlases in those days. It was part of the British Empire 'til 1932 then it was part of the Commonwealth of Nations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    The other problem with Australia is its government.

    We have compulsory voting so the various governments chase the lowest-common-denominator idiot-voter. Government policy swings violently from Malthusian pragmatism to PC-hippy fluffy-headedness.
    I don't know about you Pat, but do you feel the current and recent governments have kind of lost the patriotism that Australians should have?

    It is one thing that I actually respect fairly high about the US, sure they might be seen as crazy but at least there are people there willing to put some effort into being proud about country they live in.

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    ^^There is still patriotism, its just twisted into hate and used as a weapon by the "lowest common denominator" folk. I was dealing with a white trash family today covered in southern cross tattoos and australian flag swimwear -_-

    And to the OP, aside from the "bogans" as we call them. the lifestyle here is great. Most people are laid back and friendly. I dont have much trouble with money. Mind you, I didnt come here from another country so I can't say as to how hard that is.

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    Dear OP, I am here for my uni as well. Yes, you need lots of cash. Things are ridiculous expensive but there's always ways to cut down your expenses. I been living $25 per week for food, so yes, it is possible. People are way nicer back home, friendly and cheerful. Lots of beautiful places that you can explore. Only been to Sydney and live in Canberra. Weather in Canberra is way colder than any other cities and boring as hell ( it is dead after 5pm, literally )

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    Depends on where you're settling - climate, pace, culture and general day to day vary between the cities.

    Melbourne has a huge cafe culture, very temperamental weather.

    Sydney is quite fast-paced, very big with nice suburbs surrounding the city.

    Brisbane is smaller, nicely laid out, warm and humid and with lots of good new developments near the city.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glasvegas View Post
    Dear OP, I am here for my uni as well. Yes, you need lots of cash. Things are ridiculous expensive but there's always ways to cut down your expenses. I been living $25 per week for food, so yes, it is possible. People are way nicer back home, friendly and cheerful. Lots of beautiful places that you can explore. Only been to Sydney and live in Canberra. Weather in Canberra is way colder than any other cities and boring as hell ( it is dead after 5pm, literally )
    I have to say Glassy, I miss the weather in Goulburn. All 4 seasons in 1 day, regardless of the actual season.

    I still remember one day in November 2010 or 2009, it was close to 30c and then in a matter of 10-15 minutes the mercury plummeted and it actually started to sleet (wet snow).

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    I studied abroad in Australia (specifically RMIT). Melbourne gets wicked depressing around May and June. It's funny because there was a heatwave in March when it got up to 38C and then by June it was 7C. Yes it is quite expensive there especially if you want to travel. I think my semester there back in 2007 (when the exchange rate was somewhat good) cost my parents around $35k after tuition and expenses.

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    It's been described to me as a "hot Canada". I'd like to go somewhere a wee bit more foreign. Perhaps Mills could chime in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxpowr9 View Post
    I studied abroad in Australia (specifically RMIT). Melbourne gets wicked depressing around May and June. It's funny because there was a heatwave in March when it got up to 38C and then by June it was 7C. Yes it is quite expensive there especially if you want to travel. I think my semester there back in 2007 (when the exchange rate was somewhat good) cost my parents around $35k after tuition and expenses.
    If all goes to plan, I may be at the Naval base in Melbourne going through basic training around May/June which will be fun. Especially since some of the exercises include survival at sea. sub 10*c and floating in the ocean in overalls will be amusing. Reminds me of those mornings in police training where I left an energy drink in my car, to find it exploded everywhere due to it freezing overnight, then to progress that morning into short shorts and a thin top for PT.

    Australian weather... it is not as extreme as many countries, but it is downright ass-backwards sometimes.

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    I don't know about you Pat, but do you feel the current and recent governments have kind of lost the patriotism that Australians should have? ....
    I think the current federal government has lost the plot.

    This sickly-faced woman just gives us lies, spin and more lies. She treats us as 2nd class citizens but she only retains power because she 'got into bed' with a coalition of hippie/crackpots run by a homosexual named Bob Brown.

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    Having never been anywhere else I'm slightly biased but I love Australia. Like everywhere else in the world it's got it's problems and lunatics but it's home and love it. Sydney is very fast paced and kind of impersonal, Canberra - no offense to anyone there - is frankly a shit hole that was only built because Sydney and Melbourne refused to allow the other to be the Capital of the country, Adelaide - again no offense - bores me rigid, Brisbane is lovely although frankly everytime I go there it rains so I'm convinced it's a conspiracy, and Melbourne is the home of my heart, I love it there, the vibe, the feel, the lifestyle. If I had the money I'd move there in a heart beat.

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    What's with the negativity towards Australia by some of the Aussie posters?

    Come to Australia and you will love it! Best place on Earth. Sydney and Melbourne are fantastic places.

    My boyfriend came form the UK and will never go back.

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    Canberra - no offense to anyone there - is frankly a shit hole that was only built because Sydney and Melbourne refused to allow the other to be the Capital of the country
    You know Guy Pearce had to make an apology for saying that in public. Canberra has its own charm but I agree with you somehow, it's dead, shit cold, stone place but we have a lake, a beautiful one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glasvegas View Post
    You know Guy Pearce had to make an apology for saying that in public. Canberra has its own charm but I agree with you somehow, it's dead, shit cold, stone place but we have a lake, a beautiful one.
    Lake Burleigh Griffin is beautiful glasvegas. It was probably my favourite spot I went to when I was last there.

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    Well, I live in Melbourne and I like it very much. The weather can be changeable ("Four seasons in one day", "If you don't like the weather, wait five minutes" etc) but that's part of its charm. Big sporting, cultural events here, and excellent food.

    I love Sydney, although I've never lived there. I think Sydney and Melbourne are now comparable in terms of cost of living. Canberra has the reputation of being a dull bureaucratic place, but in fact its got plenty of lovely spots. Adelaide has its charms too, but you have to dig a little for them - it doesn't show itself on the surface as much as Melbourne or Sydney. I can't comment on Perth, as I've never been there, or Brisbane, which I've only passed through fleetingly a few times. There's also Hobart, which is small and colder (it is the most southern of the capital cities), but which has some beautiful old buildings, and in my view is one of the most handsome of all Australian cities. I reckon I could live very happily in Hobart.

    Australia tends to be a mostly safe place, and if you don't act stupid (pick a fight in a bikie pub, that sort of thing, swim on an unguarded beach and get caught in a rip) you should have a fine time here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravenstar View Post
    Lake Burleigh Griffin is beautiful glasvegas. It was probably my favourite spot I went to when I was last there.
    Yes. It is my favorite study spot. It is so beautiful and peace.

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    Australia kicks ass!

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    I have been there and as a Canadian I say it is like a hot Canada. It's fascinating, seeing somewhere which is simultaneously so similar and so different. I like Canberra. Yes, it's this new city in the middle of no where, but so was Ottawa at some point. Give it another 80 years and what is already interesting will be spectacular. It has its own kind of architecture….kind of reminds me of brasilia if anything.

    Ahhhh….Sydney was easier to like at first glance than Melbourne…it looks like a fun prosperous place in the sun.

    But people are very deeply loyal to Melbourne and this intrigues me.

    In every way though Canada and Australia seem to complement each other's strengths. I think we should merge into one country of 60 million on both hemispheres...
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    …But people are very deeply loyal to Melbourne and this intrigues me...
    Yes, it confuses me too. Melbourne has beautiful gardens and a good cultural scene but it tries too hard to out-do Sydney with some recent examples of thoroughly-adolescent "post-modern" architecture.
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    …I think we should merge into one country of 60 million on both hemispheres...
    I like the idea but I fear we'd still just be an economic colony to China.

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    Yes, it confuses me too. Melbourne has beautiful gardens and a good cultural scene but it tries too hard to out-do Sydney with some recent examples of thoroughly-adolescent "post-modern" architecture.
    I enjoyed the Melbourne architecture. More the mood than anything that stood out. If I compare Melb & Syd, it's like two kids at different ends of the high school hall cliques. The emos at one end and the preppies at the other. Canberra is like the kids in the middle who hang out in the library. I got the impression that Melbourne might be suspicious of wealth, while in Sydney they're hoping for it.

    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    I like the idea but I fear we'd still just be an economic colony to China.
    China has no economy without our resources. Australia, Canada and China are all about the same size. Even assuming all were equally resource-rich, divide 2 by 60 million, or divide 1 by 1 billion. There is no competition.
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    I live in Melbourne, and the people are quite laid back. But if you're coming from another country, I agree with whoever said to bring a lot of cash, because things are ridiculously expensive here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bankside View Post
    If I compare Melb & Syd, it's like two kids at different ends of the high school hall cliques. The emos at one end and the preppies at the other. Canberra is like the kids in the middle who hang out in the library.
    Brisbane is the surfer jock and Perth is the outcast. You know why we hang out in the library? Because we don't have anything to do.

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    ^ why aren't you studying? I hope you're not one of those who uses libraries as a social centre to eat and chat and giggle and nap.

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    ^ why aren't you studying? I hope you're not one of those who uses libraries as a social centre to eat and chat and giggle and nap.
    In my uni, we have a study space where we can eat and study. A few study rooms where we can use to chat/discuss. I can giggle anywhere as long there's something funny. I nap in my stats lecture not the library.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glasvegas View Post
    Brisbane is the surfer jock and Perth is the outcast. You know why we hang out in the library? Because we don't have anything to do.
    Don't get me wrong - I enjoyed your capital…the architecture and the feel of the place are unmistakably Australian and that is a significant accomplishment in its own right. It still looks like a work in progress in some ways but if you're young there are worse places to build a career and buy a house than the new and growing capital of a prospering nation. (and I say "new" in historical terms…) Plus, if there is nothing to do there it's a quick drive to Syd, isn't it? Mountains nearby?

    LOL at surfer jock and outcast….I've only been to the SE, but I'd like to see the rest.



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    I think the architecture is really fitting for each country.As Canberra expands, I hope they will build on the look and feel of the place rather than try to "reimagine" it. Keep what you've got; it's impressive. I think the High Court building is my favourite. It should look even better in a century.

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    speaking of architecture and natural beauty.

    One fond memory from childhood in Sydney was travelling to Jenolan caves (an interesting place to visit). But more impressive than the caves themselves was staying at the "Jenolan caves house". Built just before the 1900's, and with an impressive stature it just made me both amazed and petrified.

    Late at night, this place (when I was young) had a very eerie vibe, but it is also HUGE in real life and would be a great place to stay a few days if you visited this state.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bankside View Post
    Don't get me wrong - I enjoyed your capital…the architecture and the feel of the place are unmistakably Australian and that is a significant accomplishment in its own right. It still looks like a work in progress in some ways but if you're young there are worse places to build a career and buy a house than the new and growing capital of a prospering nation. (and I say "new" in historical terms…) Plus, if there is nothing to do there it's a quick drive to Syd, isn't it? Mountains nearby?

    LOL at surfer jock and outcast….I've only been to the SE, but I'd like to see the rest.



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    I think the architecture is really fitting for each country.As Canberra expands, I hope they will build on the look and feel of the place rather than try to "reimagine" it. Keep what you've got; it's impressive. I think the High Court building is my favourite. It should look even better in a century.

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    I am not an Aussie. Sorry! I been here for like 2 months now. I haven't actually explore the city due to my laziness, just can't stand biking for hours. I don't really like the buildings here because I am more of a old buildings person. The only thing I find amusing is the lake. I just fall in love with it. National Art Gallery is really awesome as well. I found more Indian sculpture in there more than when I was travelling in India.


    This is my favorite spot to study. It's so peaceful in here with family bringing their children to picnic and biking. Lovely


    This is a place that I find some 'Sydney' feel in it mainly because you can listen to the splashing of the water and sunshine.

    And I found Canberra very convenient because it is on the middle of two major cities in Australia. 4 hours of bus drive to Sydney and 8 hours of bus drive to Melbourne.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glasvegas View Post
    And I found Canberra very convenient because it is on the middle of two major cities in Australia. 4 hours of bus drive to Sydney and 8 hours of bus drive to Melbourne.
    Awwww, poor Brisbane, just sitting there entirely ignored.
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    Never mind that, don't you have all the really dangerous stuff (snakes and spiders) in the zone between Melbourne and Sydney?

    also "this content is currently unavailable." Probably stupid geographic restrictions.
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    in Yahoo news, a gang bashed and rubbed Chinese students in Sydney.
    I guess that happens in most countries ? So be street smart i guess.


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    Re: Australia

    Thanks for telling me. I heard about those Australian gang fights on the news, but where I live, lesbians have been assaulted walking down the street, and people are murdered quite frequently, so I have developed defense mechanisms to protect myself against these things.

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    CottonBolus
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    Re: Australia

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisw87 View Post
    speaking of architecture and natural beauty.

    One fond memory from childhood in Sydney was travelling to Jenolan caves (an interesting place to visit). But more impressive than the caves themselves was staying at the "Jenolan caves house". Built just before the 1900's, and with an impressive stature it just made me both amazed and petrified.

    Late at night, this place (when I was young) had a very eerie vibe, but it is also HUGE in real life and would be a great place to stay a few days if you visited this state.

    That's stunning!

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