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Old 04-03-2012, 07:01 PM
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Hi Everyone i'm James 28 and live in sunny sussex in the UK.

I am moving to Australia in September on a travel working Visa..

My plan is to fly to Sydney for 3 months to live and work.. and than travel up the east coast to Brisbane than on to Alice Springs... and make plans form there..

I want to visit as many sights and attractions in Sydney as possible during my stay.. I am very interested in Culture,History Arts music and Architecture.. just want to soak it all in.. I am ultra excited!
Have been looking at all the major attractions ect.. but if anyone could let me know or provide a list of musts than that would be cool!

Any advice would mu much appreciated..

I have my visa, and I am now looking to sort out living and working arrangements.. ideally I would love to live in an apartment on Bondi Beach..

If there is anyone that is travelling out to Oz in Spetember time it would be great to hear from you... or to find room mates..travel comrades even better!

Thanks! Be gentle..

James.


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Old 04-04-2012, 12:07 PM
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Gum tree is the place to look for a place to share.
There is hips to do in Sydney! When visiting don't just walk around, enter and explore. Majority of places have free entry.
Visit MCA
"The Rocks" where Australia started,museum is free entry
"The Barracks"
Parliament house and art gallery
Bondi/ Bronte/ Manly
Blue mountains & Jarambaroo
Tracking in Helensborough

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Old 04-05-2012, 10:04 AM
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Great, Thanks!
I plan to do as much exploring as possible!!
Need to write a list.


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Old 04-14-2012, 08:40 PM
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Another newbie from UK having the prospects to migrate to AU


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Old 04-19-2012, 06:54 PM
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I'm hopefully going in July and if you haven't been already...it's great. I only lived in the UK for 6 months but obviously much better weather down there as well.

Also, another vote for the Rocks museum...only two floors but the staff was really friendly and talked to me for a while after closing


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Sounds good!


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