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Regarding Australia

I don't know why, but it has always been my life long dream to go to Australia. Perhaps its because its so far away, has many exotic animals, or some other reason. But since there are many Australians here in MTF, would some of you mind describing the place a bit better for me.

Whats good about it, what bad, whats interesting, whats not, which places are worth the visit, etc.

I don't know when I'll go there, but I am not going dying without first getting there, that's for sure.

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I don't know why, but it has always been my life long dream to go to Australia. Perhaps its because its so far away, has many exotic animals, or some other reason. But since there are many Australians here in MTF, would some of you mind describing the place a bit better for me.

Whats good about it, what bad, whats interesting, whats not, which places are worth the visit, etc.

I don't know when I'll go there, but I am not going dying without first getting there, that's for sure.

Thanks for any comments posted.
I've been waiting to get over there myself but I know why... I just wanna hear a chick scream my name with an aussie accent

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The government is bad. John Howard has only done one good thing and that is change the immigration laws. Other than that, he's done shit all for the country except wreck it.

Secondly, don't go to Sydney. It's a crap city. Too many arseclowns there.

Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne are excellent places.
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I forgot to mention Canberra. It's a hole.
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Canbera is a hole, Meaning its bad?

Really, Sydney sucks? It looks so cool.

What about wild life watching is there anything you reccomend for that?

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Canbera is a hole, Meaning its bad?

Really, Sydney sucks? It looks so cool.

What about wild life watching is there anything you reccomend for that?
Yeah for the first one. I don't think there is one person outside Canberra who likes Canberra.

The second one, I think Sydney sucks, however you'll probably like it.

The last one, Steve Irwin's zoo.
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Secondly, don't go to Sydney. It's a crap city. Too many arseclowns there.

Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne are excellent places.

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For you, which is your favorite city?

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Yo, Bad Gambler, what do you have to say about Australia?

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For you, which is your favorite city?
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Yo, Bad Gambler, what do you have to say about Australia?

Ask and you shall receive - what do you want to know?
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I forgot to mention Canberra. It's a hole.
The science museum doesn't do it for you?
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Re: Regarding Australia

Best citites, fun things to do

Exotic places

Any fun wild animal tours that you know of

Stuff like that.

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For you, which is your favorite city?
Brisbane - it's beautiful. Best city in Australia.
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