July 1, 2008 12:17pm CST
what is the weather like there? Any who knows something more about Australia? IS it a good place for living? I really want to go there.
2 Jul 08
I have been to Melbourne and Sydney but I fell in love more in Melbourne than in Sydney. In Melbourne at times you will experience 4 seasons in a day. They don't have snow but fall and winter in Melbourne can be cold and wet as well. It rains instead of snow. Be sure to bring a rain coat. Umbrella wont do. Sometimes its very windy while its raining that your umbrella would just break. In general, I found Australia as a good place to live in. If given the opportunity to choose where I want to live I would choose Au. Fell in love with the country, food, people, everything. Good luck and hope you enjoy Au as much as I did too.
1 Jul 08
Hi, Andy! For me, I am currently living in Adelaide, South Australia for my tertiary studies. I really love Australia and if possible, I hope to be able to stay in Australia and hopefully get a permanent residency and a job over here. In terms of the weather, Australia has the four seasons: summer, autumn, winter and spring. Depending on which area of Australia you live in, winter could mean snow. But for me in South Australia, there's no snow during winter. Also, now is the winter season and it's really cold. I find myself sleeping in longer each day because it's just too cold to get up. I don't really know much about Australia because I've just been here about two years or so, but I can share any information I have about Australia with you, if you like. Overall, I would say that Australia is a perfect place to live in and it is highly likely you will not regret making a decision to come over to Australia to live or just for a holiday. Well, if you have the chance to come to Australia, I definitely encourage you to come because there's just so much to see and experience in Australia!
2 Jul 08
No worries.....take all the time you like! By the way, Australian people are generally quite nice and friendly people, and will not hesitate to help and talk to you if you approach them. But of course, there are some Australians that are the opposite, and I have experienced people shouting bad words at me when I was walking along the street one day. Perhaps they were drunk or racist, but I just try and ignore them. Anyway, every country will have some people like these, and no country is filled with 100% perfect people.