I wasn't born in Perth, but it's been my home for 30 years. It's a beautiful city. Small compared to many, but the people are warm and friendly. On a beautiful spring day, there is nothing lovelier than heading up to Kings Park and having afternoon tea overlooking the city and our magnificent Swan River. Come visit and I hope you love Perth as much as I do.
Hi, I am going to Sydney this weekend to attend an Expo on Saturday. I am looking for suggestion for things to do (free or very low cost) on Sunday and Monday morning. Looking for walking, and using public transport close to CBD. What are the best places to meet people? I will be staying in CBD hotel by myself.
I will be in Sydney for New Year celebration (first time in Australia). I have accommodation sorted, but wondered if I can get tips on where to go for best celebration and top not to miss sight seeing places in Sydney. I will only be there for 5 nights, so I would like to get the best of my stay. Any suggestions and advise highly appreciated. Is public transport working as normal for new year or there are restrictions? Many thanks, Maya
For Overseas quests. Please try the Hunter Valley Vineyards Tour for a great day out. Cost for tour approx $ 50 - 75 dollars depending on which tour you go on and you will go to approx 6 - 8 vineyards for wine testing
I want to go to the east part of Australia (like Sydney or other cities,I want to go to the Golden line) in November, I will be there for about 10 days,and I want know how about the climate there in November,is there very hot? And any tips there? Thanks!:)
If you want to get the "feel" of Sydney's "living on the water" style, hop on a ferry. Recommend Manly or Watson Bay for a shorter trip or to Parramatta for a longer journey admiring Sydney's love of water. Or take a bus ride to Palm Beach from Wynyard. It takes time, but one gets the feel of the northern part of the city and it's beaches and some of the suburbs on the way there.