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AUSSIES COME HERE!
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Denmark V1kss 
Hey, I'm soon done with school and thought it would be nice to take a gap year to AU/NZ. So I thought where the best city is to live or stay. Which one would you recommend?
2019-09-11 21:50
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#1
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Australia CLEGGY 
Perth
2019-11-19 07:42
#2
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Australia FlaKeXD 
Perth is known as Aussie shithole, come to Sydney, Gold Coast or Melbourne
2019-11-19 07:43
#7
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Australia opzy 
gold coast is yuck, go to bris
2019-11-19 07:47
Yuck people, nice beaches thou
2019-11-20 03:52
#81
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Australia opzy 
just go a bit south and u have nice beaches and good people
2019-11-20 10:58
#24
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Australia Lon3wolf12 
Wtf man.
2019-11-20 03:57
#65
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Australia opzy 
i live in byron, go there a lot. its yucky
2019-11-20 07:07
#73
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Australia Lon3wolf12 
Oh ok. Byron bay? Rip your suburb when it's cyclone season :(
2019-11-20 09:41
Melbourne is the biggest shithole of all, what do you mean. But yea come to gold coast, just have fun running into the fuckwits on acid trips every night
2019-11-19 07:48
#9
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Australia FlaKeXD 
??? Melbourne is bad but its not shithole level, good education, good opportunities. Also it was considered most live-able city, but that doesn't mean shit to me, but maybe it might mean something to you
2019-11-19 07:57
#11
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Australia Leftistt 
Are you braindead? Melbourne>everywhere else in Australia lmao
2019-11-19 08:03
#38
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Australia Champione 
+1
2019-11-20 05:37
Melbourne is the only shithole in the world where it’s residents don’t think it’s a shithole lol
2019-11-20 06:08
Meh, living in Hawthorn is good.
2019-11-20 09:30
#75
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Australia Leftistt 
It got rated the most liveable city in the world... U must live in Alice Springs or something
2019-11-20 10:29
#20
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Turkey drizit 
could not agree more my friend. I am living in Melbourne for the last one and half year and I miss my time in Brisbane/Gold Coast. Was a huge mistake relocating here! :(
2019-11-20 03:38
if melbourne is such a shit hole why was it rated as most liveable city so many years in a row recently?
2019-11-20 05:16
#44
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Turkey drizit 
I don't know mens, maybe what I want from a city is different.
2019-11-20 06:02
or maybe you're fucking retarded for thinking it's a shit hole when it's one of the most liveable cities in the world
2019-11-20 06:05
not enough poverty there
2019-11-20 06:13
#61
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Turkey drizit 
okey mate i was try to avoid you but you insisted on; -wheather fucking shit, winter last forever then it's a 45 degree in next day. Either you get fucked by wind or sun. NO SPRING AT ALL. (This is the main thing, you won't know until live anywhere that has proper 4 seasons.) -public transportation might be the shittiest in the world. -there are constructions everywhere including driveway. Traffic is also fucked. -and it is so boring for a big city. There are only clubs for 20 years olds. There are not many proper pub where you can actually have a conversation with someone without screaming at his face. The list goes on.
2019-11-20 06:21
#100
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Australia bigyeeet 
mate i have to disagree with you.. - public transport and roads are bad now, but that's because all the works are to expend the infrastructure so that in 2 -5 years later, you would be able to travel around metro Melbourne wayyy easier. we have to sacrifice the poor traffic now for that to happen. - i think what you're looking for is not clubs, but rather bars or pubs. there's lots of nice bars around cbd (although cost like $18 for a great cocktail lol), or go to one of the many craft breweries around cbd and fitzroy if you want beer more. but yeah nah you can't compare the weather to Brisbane/gold coast, because they are more tropical than say Sydney/Melbourne.
2019-11-20 11:58
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Australia CLEGGY 
HAHAHHAHAAHAHAHAH are you stupid
2019-11-20 02:47
#29
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Australia FlaKeXD 
? just what ive heard
2019-11-20 04:46
#39
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Australia Champione 
you're not wrong mate, perth is a boring shithole compared to the other cities you listed.
2019-11-20 05:39
calling any major australian city is a shit hole, if you wanna visit a shit hole visit any country in africa, south america or most of asia
2019-11-20 09:28
#77
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Australia Champione 
but it is a boring shit hole when you compare it to other major cities in australia.
2019-11-20 10:53
how so? the main difference is that it's just a lot quieter but if you don't need other people to keep yourself entertained personally i hate it because of how hot it is, that alone is enough for me to wanna leave back to the east coast (or somewhere cooler even)
2019-11-20 10:54
#83
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Australia Champione 
im just fuckin with ya mate, perth is nice but like you said its a lot quieter. definitely not a shit hole but some might consider it boring.
2019-11-20 11:00
#3
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Australia Leftistt 
Melbourne trust me, come to Melbourne
2019-11-19 07:44
#48
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Australia Zilox 
Sydney is dirty
2019-11-20 06:06
sydney is mini shanghai
2019-11-20 06:13
#57
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Australia Zilox 
I've gone there for the last couple of iem's and I'm always so surprised with how dirty the city is, I'm from Brisbane, and I know its a lot smaller but is so much better.
2019-11-20 06:15
because they don't respect it, i live in the mountains, the only places that are clean are non tourist spots. Parramatta area dirty af, strathfield area dirty af, dont get me started on south west sydney. You could go really chill and go hobart. you just gotta fight the chinese, and inbreds down there.
2019-11-20 06:18
+1 as a Sydneysider I confirm this
2019-11-20 11:31
#85
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Australia vitorconti9 
+1 Mini Shanghai and Mini Mumbai. I prefer Chineses over Indian/Muslims.
2019-11-20 11:13
#76
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Australia Leftistt 
Not only that, it's like mini China
2019-11-20 10:29
#4
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Australia opzy 
melborune or sydney are pretty good, brisbane is cool too, but a bit hot
2019-11-19 07:45
#6
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Australia Leftistt 
There's much more work in Melbourne tbh and a fuck ton more to do
2019-11-19 07:46
Like I've lived in Sydney and Melbourne, like touristic wise Sydney is 100x better than Melbourne and more things to do here but Melbourne is the most liveable city and is way cheaper if you're looking to live here for a while honestly just go live in melbourne, come IEM Sydney 2020 and stay in sydney for like 1-2 weeks and explore and then just go back to melbourne.
2019-11-19 07:46
#41
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Australia lordHeli1X 
still sad rio got the major over us ((
2019-11-20 05:52
Ye I remember in this year IEM when I went the casters were talking about how they wont give Sydney a major because it will take away from the seriousness. Honestly rio isnt bad but Aussie crowd is the best crowd in the world. Change. My. Mind.
2019-11-20 11:07
#10
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Australia Caradha 
Newcastle? 2hrs from sydney. large city. plenty of beaches and tourist destinations (close to central coast). good suburbs with pretty competitive real estate pricing. Always a good option.
2019-11-19 08:02
I always thought there is only the english newcastle
2019-11-20 02:50
Honestly, a lot of people will argue about which city is best, but in reality Australia is a great place so Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, and the Gold Coast are all great places to live for a year.
2019-11-19 08:07
#16
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United States PsychoLogical 
well, maybe except for how expensive Australia is :d
2019-11-20 02:57
But the prices of things are a result of our much higher salaries, so as long as you have a decent job you can live pretty well in Australia. Personally I think Sydney and Melbourne are too expensive in terms of rent, so Adelaide is my favourite city in Australia.
2019-11-20 03:33
#27
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Australia crondoge 
yeah nah not canberra
2019-11-20 03:58
smok
2019-11-20 02:50
#17
New Zealand CZR^ 
AUCKLAND OR QUEENSTOWN
2019-11-20 03:02
#34
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Oceania sergei_ 
Queenstown +1
2019-11-20 05:24
+1
2019-11-20 06:15
#18
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Australia sini_ 
Sydney, Mr Druitt cuzzy, where the drill rappers at. ONEFOUR!
2019-11-20 03:06
Maybe if he wants to get beaten up by two meth addicts.
2019-11-20 06:09
#21
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Australia I_HATE_MIBR 
Adelaide mens :(
2019-11-20 03:48
#30
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Australia zi8gzag 
+1 if you like a nice but somewhat quiet city.
2019-11-20 05:01
I was considering doing an internship that would put me in Adelaide this summer (American summer, so May-Juneish), although I've never been to Adelaide or Australia. How nice is it mens)))
2019-11-20 09:32
#23
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New Zealand Glyphiss 
ipswich
2019-11-20 03:55
#25
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Australia Lon3wolf12 
Gold coast. Everything is awesome in this place.
2019-11-20 03:58
Have to disagree, although the beaches are nice and the place is pretty cool for tourists in general. I wouldn't ever want to live there, just too many scummy ppl doing disgusting things. I'm talking out of personal experience however and hopefully nobody else ever have to experience this crap. And the police don't even care about some ongoing crimes. Unless you have an address/specific coordinates ready they won't bother and will simply ask you to call again when you have a "necessary" amount of information. Like bitch, the person might be dead in 5 minutes? Wtf?
2019-11-20 06:26
#72
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Australia Lon3wolf12 
I do agree with you on some points. I live in a developing area so I have no problems with accessing anything I need so I don't have much trouble. So far over the past 10 years, the only interesting thing that's happened to me was some crackhead lit my car on fire Haha.
2019-11-20 09:40
#79
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Belgium rpRj 
lolwat XD
2019-11-20 10:56
#87
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Australia Lon3wolf12 
Yeah dude. Some dumb dog actually set my car on fire lmao.
2019-11-20 11:27
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RattlesnK | 
Belgium rpRj 
Fucked up bro <3 hope noone got hurt, and insurance helped you out.
2019-11-20 11:33
#103
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Australia Lon3wolf12 
Yeah dude all I good :D
2019-11-20 13:37
#26
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Australia sen7ry 
Lived in Adelaide most of my life, great beaches, good wine.. party life is meh.. Currently in Sydney, great diversity with culture, great food, decent clubs too (compared to Adelaide). If you have the option though, try and visit as much of Australia as you can IMO.
2019-11-20 03:58
ok let's swap dude you can live here i live in scandinavia, enjoy burning alive and looking like a red boiling sausage if you come in summer
2019-11-20 05:17
cry is free
2019-11-20 11:56
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Australia patrickb 
Sydney and Melbourne are good if you like big cities. Gold Coast is good if you like the beach. Canberra is good if you like a little bit more peace and quiet.
2019-11-20 05:19
Any big city is fine, just avoid the country
2019-11-20 05:30
Road trip the coast from Southern Victoria to Brisbane Queensland.
2019-11-20 05:36
#37
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North America officalFanboy 
your mom :D
2019-11-20 05:37
#40
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Australia lordHeli1X 
Anywhere on the east coast tbh.. Melbourne would probably be your best bet but Sydney's good to. depends what you want to do
2019-11-20 05:45
Wollongong is the place to go
2019-11-20 05:57
#43
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Australia Dadecum 
melbourne probably
2019-11-20 06:00
Sydney or Melbourne, but if you want some Indigenous culture go to Northern Territory. Everywhere else is a shithole
2019-11-20 06:05
#47
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Australia Raychippy 
central australia mens desert is gud mens
2019-11-20 06:06
If you want to visit different parts of the country Sydney is the best place to stay even though it’s kinda expensive since you can go to everywhere from here. When planning tourist things remember that the entire country is bigger than all of Europe and only has 26 million people. For example if you want to see the Sydney Opera House and the Three Sisters in the one day you will have to drive 2.5 hours between them or take a 1.5 train ride. If you want to travel between lots of regions of the country you’ll be flying for the most part. Driving to Canberra from Sydney takes a full day, for example. I can give more examples but since you haven’t said where you want to go I can’t be that helpful.
2019-11-20 06:07
#50
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Australia kTw0 
Like some other Australians have said, the East Coast is the best part of the country. The major cities are Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne, which all have advantages and disadvantages - mostly it comes down to personal preference. Brisbane (where I live and study) is the most relaxed city. You have the advantage of being close to beaches (like my hometown, Noosa), decent nightlife, some really nice suburbs and is just generally a really beautiful place to live with great weather. The cost of living is also really decent compared to other cities. Sydney and Melbourne tend to attract more events, however, whereas Brisbane can be left out. But all in all Brisbane is underrated and a great city. The Gold Coast is decently nice, however, it is prone to being sketchy in parts and the beach lifestyle is plastic and inauthentic, if you want a beachy place near Brisbane with actual culture then the Sunshine Coast is far better. Sydney is nice for beaches and generally has a good lifestyle. It is super busy, however, and a massive city so your lifestyle is dependant on what suburb you live in. Generally, the northern beach suburbs are nicer than south-western suburbs (but obviously this is because of differences in the cost of living). Sydney also gets all the major events and seems to have a relaxed lifestyle. It is pretty much Australia's post-card city, but a lot of Australians view it as being dirty and overrated, which partly true. Melbourne is probably Australia's best city, however, the cost of living is insane and some people may find the political-side of Melbourne (super left) off-putting. The weather also changes dramatically throughout the day. The city is beautiful though and it is Australia's cultural hub with amazing food and events always happening. TLDR: East coast cities are the best. Sydney and Melbourne have a high cost of living and are very different in terms of culture. I'd personally avoid Sydney and choose Melbourne or Brisbane. It just depends on things like weather preferences, budget and general favourability towards big cities. But IMO Brisbane is a great compromise.
2019-11-20 06:10
#82
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Australia Leftistt 
Everyone in Melbourne is a socialist tbh
2019-11-20 10:59
This comment is all you need. I'd avoid sydney and either go up the sunshine coast if you like warn weather and beaches, or melbourne if you like it cooler and hipsterish
2019-11-20 11:17
#51
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Australia yaboyazza 
adelaide for relaxing vacation, gold coast for thrilling vacation, melbourne or sydney for terrible vacation
2019-11-20 06:07
#58
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Australia ArcticOSB 
What are you planning on actually doing in your gap year though? That's the real question before you get an answer.
2019-11-20 06:15
gold coast, brisbane, noosa if you like warm, chilled environment otherwise melbourne
2019-11-20 06:18
#74
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New Zealand Glyphiss 
everyone knows ipswich is bestest
2019-11-20 09:45
go to sydney and enjoy iem sydney before you leave you will not regret it
2019-11-20 06:28
#92
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Netherlands Im_gaaayyy 
Yeah let's go to the other side of the planet to watch a bunch of nerds play a shitty video game against each other
2019-11-20 11:35
#94
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Australia Leftistt 
why tf are u even here?
2019-11-20 11:47
#95
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Netherlands Im_gaaayyy 
Why tf are u even here?
2019-11-20 11:50
#96
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Australia Leftistt 
Are you sure you wish to report this post?
2019-11-20 11:50
#97
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Netherlands Im_gaaayyy 
Ok racist. Just because I'm dutch you exclude me. . Reported
2019-11-20 11:52
#66
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Australia gEFFx 
Sunshine Coast man It's like sydney but with less people
2019-11-20 07:11
#80
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Australia Leftistt 
Also a high crime rate and no work
2019-11-20 10:57
#89
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Australia gEFFx 
Sunshine Coast has a high crime rate? you sure you arent talking about the Gold Coast?
2019-11-20 11:31
#93
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Australia Leftistt 
idk I've heard about the high crime rate in Sunshine coast and gold coast... that's why the rent is so cheap in the gold coast
2019-11-20 11:47
#101
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Australia gEFFx 
Gold Coast is horrible, but i havent heard that about the sunshine coast
2019-11-20 13:03
#91
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Netherlands Im_gaaayyy 
Gap year is for pussies
2019-11-20 11:34
where do they have the coolest accent
2019-11-20 11:54
#102
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Denmark valt3rr 
Im not an aussie myself but i would say that you shouldn't just go to one place but travel around both countries. maybe tasmania and then to nz
2019-11-20 13:05
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