I'm thinking about going to Melbourne sometime in the first quarter of next year. Although my knowledge of cricket is near zero, I'd like to see a cricket match in Melbourne Cricket Ground.
From what I've been able to determine, it appears that two teams play there - the Bushrangers and the Stars. But they don't seem to have many matches. The only home match for the Bushrangers is a four day affair beginning February 1. The Stars have matches on January 10, 17 and 21, all of which fall during…
We will be in Sydney for three months (Nov, Dec and Jan). In those three months, we are considering taking two road trips outside the area within 4 hours of diving distance. These side trips will be for three nights or so. We will probably stay at an Airbnb (no camping). What places do you recommend?
We are interested in: nice towns, fishing villages, board-walking, nature, hiking, driving around etc.
I am moving very soon to Melbourne to work as fellow researcher at Monash University (Clayton campus) and I am trying to choose a nice neighborhood to live. I am looking for a house/unit to rent.
I would like to live in a safe place, with some shops and restaurants, good transports to the Clayton campus and city center and not far from the beach.
I was thinking of Brighton, Caulfield or Ormond. Do you recommend any of these?
Thank you all in advance,
with my boyfriend we are travelling for 2 weeks at the beginning of January. We plan to spend 4 days in Sydney, 2 or 3 full days in Cairns and then visit Melbourne, Phillip island, Port Campbell and Grampians Park. How many days do we need in Cairns? What would you reccomend as day trips nearby? We are not into crazy adventure but we want to see the reef and explore the surroundings.
Thanks for any tips that you can share with us!
We are planning to fly from Sweden next April to spend 20 days in Australia. i Want to share my itinerary plan with you guys so i can get a good advice or critics regarding my travelling Plan before booking my ticket next Monday
6 days in Sydney // 4 days in Melbourne // 3 or 4 days in Alice Springs ( including Uluru Trip ) // 6 days in Cairns ( Great Barreer reef ).
We are expecting to take flights between those cities. //
Thank you Guys
The sunshine coast actually has something else, worth getting out of bed in the morning for. Beautiful sunrises. The calm is amazing. A good time also to walk and stroll. If you are in Cairns would really recommend this. Morning scenery was beautiful around 5-6 am, by mid-morning it had mostly gone. This was July time though. https://arcticterntalk.org/2016/07/17/waking-up-with-cairns-a-photographic-memory-reasons-to-walk-in-the-morning-at-sunrise/
Hello people, I will arrive in Melbourne for working holiday and before my arrival, I have been doing flat hunting. I wonder under the circumstance that I am not there and thus I do not have a job yet, how should I answer it when the landlords ask me how long do I plan to stay? (Of course I would like to stay there as long as possible, however I am not sure how soon would I find a job and start making a living.) So how would you answer the question?
Your response is highly appreciated and I…
We have some days off from the 22nd of December until the 1st f January and we want to go camping and visit some NP around Victoria, SA and maybe west of NSW.
Our idea is to go hiking as mush as we can, we are planning to camp or sleep in our truck.
We been thinking about Flinders Ranges, Grampians and maybe Kangaoo island, we would like to visit NP with mountains and nice views.
I don't know much about the NP in Victoria or NSW so I'm open to suggestions.
We will be leaving from Adelaide.
Looking for advice regarding a hostel to book into whilst in Cairns mid december- needing a couple of nights before and after a diving trip that Ive booked onto. Pretty much all hostels in Cairns appear around the same price for a bunk in a shared room either including a free breakfast or cheap meal on a night- JJs, Gilligans, Nomads etc. Just wondering if theres a particularly stand out hostel to head to or oppositely ones to avoid.
I am considering to buy a car that runs on gas (LPG).
I am planning to travel around Australia for a year.
probably east coast, north, mainland, outback.. don't know exactly where the road will take me.
I wonder if there are enough petrol stations that sell LPG on the way?? especially worried about the outback?