Australia

What are some great places to go outside of York peninsula and the outback?

Also what are the differences between the different cities?

I'd consider moving there but I've heard all young people are pushed to the suburbs cause of the insane price of rent.

  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just go from port douglas down to melbourne and tassie. Easy transport down that way except tassie has shit transport. The outback is good except if you have hayfever, but its just not worth travelling so far for so little. but its not bad. If you stay on the east coast youll get beaches, swimming and snorkelling, hiking, rainforests, cities and shit. never been to the WA or northern territory so i cant say much but I assume its shit except for perth, ningaloo and broome and maybe one good thing for every 500km of fuck all

    cities are basically the same except different sizes and brissy is way cleaner than melb or shitney. just stick around the middle dont go into the suburbs. highly unlikely youll get rolled but its full of immigrants.

    rent and cost of living is fucking insane right now. But jobs are plentiful, everywhere you look people are begging for workers. South east qld and far north qld is great to visit and live at the moment despite housing but every man and his dog is moving here. But if youre white come on in

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I heard the food is really good and unique in Melbourne

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >never been to the WA or northern territory so i cant say much but I assume its shit
      WA is shit. It's basically just the Outback but more boring.
      NT is good because it feels a lot more like an authentic Australia. Plenty of wildlife and nature like at kakadu. Lots of aboriginal stuff if you're into it. Darwin is also just kinda comfy I think.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    is it true prostitution is legal in australia and it's easy to find a beautiful hooker to fuck?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I guess it depends on the type of girl you're looking for

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Beautiful hooker

      Lmao, incel losers will fly half way around the world hoping to fuck a beautiful woman and end up getting hep c from an ugly diseased whore

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >beautiful
      >hooker

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you have enough time a trip around the eastern coast from Darwin (Kakadu) to Adelaide, with detours to Tasmania and Alice Springs is probably the best, Perth and WA is quite nice but it's ages away, and is pretty similar to the rest of Aus.

    In terms of cities (I'm from Brisbane).
    Sydney - commercial capital, nightlife is dead for a city of its size, naturally beautiful, good beaches
    Melbourne - cultural capital, best nightlife, still commercially active, best place to live in australia if your a city person, shit beaches
    Brisbane - a more relaxed version of Melbourne, no beaches in city but right next to some of the best in the world (gold coast, sunshine coast)., good nightlife for its size, still decent job market
    Perth - great beaches right next to the city, mining jobs, isolated
    Adelaide - never been but apparently boring
    Canberra and Hobart are barely cities, but both are nice

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      They even cruises in Brisbane, which is nice

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Adelaide
      Has that reputation but has quite a good nightlife scene due to being the only major city left with a nightlife district (Hindley/Rundle St) in the country. Clubs are ok but the bars and restaurants on the sidestreets are some of the best in the nation, great cocktails, nice music, plenty of people out and about, and even a good amount open throughout the entire week.
      The only people who complain are normies who never go off the beaten track and visit Melbourne twice a year to go to a superclub.
      Beaches are generally good too although I've never liked Australian beaches.
      Lots of great produce and local restaurants, even in the suburbs, and by far the easiet major city to travel through.
      And if you come during Feb-April, there's a bunch of festivals all at once, and I think a few other big ones in later in the year too.
      It's basically a cheaper Melbourne with all the best nightlife in the CBD on a strip with sidestreets with better shit on them.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I didn't know that about Adelaide, but brissy definitely has a nightlife district (The Valley), it's one of the reasons our nightlife is surprisingly good.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    NANNY
    STATE
    SHITHOLE

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Bet this guy is an American like me. Wonder if he’s an Aussie like me too?

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’m moving to Australia on the 28th of this month. Headed to a posh neighborhood in Sydney thanks to citizenship on my mothers side and my bros apartment. I’m 23 and a diver/boat guy. Been working in marina del rey for a year as a hull diver, and a scuba/free diver in my own time for a few more. I am aiming to learn how to sail, navigate, take dives, catch/harvest/spear sea food, and generally work and live better with the ocean professionally. So I’m going out to work the summer season and maybe longer with a mind to do some real professional growth.
    >tldr what’s the best city for a diver or boater. Either for work or a vacation. Both answers are relevant.
    I wanna go to Darwin because it’s so damn pretty on the coast up there. Looks like good waters. My family think Sydney, got a brother down that way, and a sister in melly. So those are options too. Honestly I don’t know a thing about the waters, beaches, bays, and in general coastline of Australia. I imagen based on my touristy understand of the place that Sydney probably has good diving industry (high tourists density and therefore relatively easy work with my skill set), but possibly not the best diving (which is what drives the most growth in my skill sets). I know sydney has world class sailing. I spoke to my late granddad who was a frequent yacht regata racer on it many times. Always looked up to the old bloke. Anyway I am looking to get a very broad experience of seamanship in a professional capacity and don’t know what the best place in the beautiful county that might be. For reference sake I’m not opposed to doing other interesting work that builds skill sets I desire. I have been a lumber jack, a cattle roper, a journeyman machinist, a trainee airframe and power plant tech, and a go cart mechanic.
    Haven’t been a firefighter, or enlisted yet, so I might give those a go. Still don’t know how to fly (or fully fix a plane) but that’s for another season of my life I reckon.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Serb?
      For recreational/tourist boating, diving etc. Your best bet is the gold coast, Brisbane, and Cairns.
      They've got the nicest weather, the great barrier reef, most tourists. It's a big thing there.

      For fishing or a more peaceful alternative consider SA. Adelaide is genuinely the nicest city in the country. Best beaches too in my opinion.

      Darwin is full of crocodiles, sharks, and misery

      Good luck in Sydney, I'd sooner move to Alice springs than Syd

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not a Serb mate. Half American (Mennonite German) and half Australian (Scottish deportee). My last name is Rowe mate.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >>tldr what’s the best city for a diver or boater. Either for work or a vacation. Both answers are relevant.
      >I wanna go to Darwin

      Watch out for crocodiles bro, they'll fuck your shit up.

      I'm from Cairns originally, maybe you could get some work there taking tourists out to the great barrier reef. Although tourism got fucked by covid. I haven't been there in years so don't know specifics.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Well that's a good plan, but unfortunately she's chockers mate.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I reckon she is, but I’m white and also I’m an Aussie, not a tourist. Can’t keep me out cunt. Sure I’ll squeeze in somewhere.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Serb?
      For recreational/tourist boating, diving etc. Your best bet is the gold coast, Brisbane, and Cairns.
      They've got the nicest weather, the great barrier reef, most tourists. It's a big thing there.

      For fishing or a more peaceful alternative consider SA. Adelaide is genuinely the nicest city in the country. Best beaches too in my opinion.

      Darwin is full of crocodiles, sharks, and misery

      Good luck in Sydney, I'd sooner move to Alice springs than Syd

      Visit Darwin as a tourist, too many crocs for diving and the Timor sea is notoriously dangerous.

      Concur with this guy, for diving your best bets are Cairns (Great Barrie Reef), Whitsundays, or Brisbane (Moreton Bay).

      For boating any of the capitals (and gold coast) will be good, but Sydney and Queensland are probably the best.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    what happens in alice springs?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      you dont leave your motel room, deadbolt the door, pray your fucking car is still there/not burnt and get the fuck out as soon as you can check out and continue north/south

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Legit brah? Was thinking about driving up from Melbourne

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's unfortunately full.

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Come to Australia on a working holiday visa
    >Live in a hostel
    >The only issue I have with the place is it's absolutely filthy
    >Cockroaches, dirt, dust etc
    >Basically what the management does is instead of hiring cleaners they allow a few somewhat attractive girls to stay for free as "live in cleaners"
    >At the moment it's these two stuck up German girls who obviously despise everyone, unless they are management or have drugs
    >They only clean the women's areas of the hostel and never the kitchen or common areas
    >In reality their actual role is to hang around during the day and get their pictures taken for the Instagram page so people will think it's full of girls
    >I complained once to one of the managers, he acknowledged they were useless at cleaning but said he's not going to do anything about it

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It’s warm in Australia

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    DO NOT GO TO SYDNEY
    THAT PLACE IS A FUCKING SHITHOLE

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Can you explain how?

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >be australian
    >warn foreigners that other than the nature there is nothing worthwhile seeing here that you can't see elsewhere
    >they still come here
    >talk shit about the cities for being shit, even when they were warned
    Every time. Just go to Cairns for the reef/daintree and fly out to Alice to see Uluru. After that its diminishing returns on pretty forests, beaches and desert oases.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >only good thing is the nature
      why even build the cities, then?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        the cities are great to live in, but tourist wise are nothing special, we don't have enough history yet.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Muh history

          You fell for the meme

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    why did the only want to settle in the east part of the continent?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      because the dutch landed on the desert bit which stretches from north of perth to the kimberley. it was just desert and why would they bother settling on desert when they had a fuckton of colonies and resources in south east asia. it was just the british who discovered the east coast which is full of forests, mountains, rivers and farmable lands and by the time the dutch realised the british had claimed it.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Also Captain Cook saw the east coast at an unusually green and fertile time.
        And Americans had just had a shit fit so the brits couldn't send criminals there anymore, needed somewhere to put them.
        Also there were rumours the French were going to claim it and fuck that for a joke.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm headed back to the lucky land after 10 years away. What have you cunts done with the place?

    t. boomer exile

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >damn right

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