• Rhyme about why you'd love to climb Sydney Harbour Bridge?

    As part of a class project, we have to create a rhyme about why we'd love to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thankyou
    As part of a class project, we have to create a rhyme about why we'd love to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thankyou
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I m planning a travel trip of a life time next year!? Suggetsions?

    When I turn 21 I get 70k dollers, I live in Australia but my plan is to go (imagine world map) here to Japan -japan to Korea- Korea to the Greece islands- greece to italy (then all over eourope like - Switzerland, France, Germany, netherlands, Belgium and maybe monaco ) then from spain I was going to go to new... show more
    When I turn 21 I get 70k dollers, I live in Australia but my plan is to go (imagine world map) here to Japan -japan to Korea- Korea to the Greece islands- greece to italy (then all over eourope like - Switzerland, France, Germany, netherlands, Belgium and maybe monaco ) then from spain I was going to go to new york, stay there a couple days then travel down via bus to Miami from miami I wanted to go to Bahamas, and either Puerto rico (I love reggaeton aha) or Jamaica poorer if I still have alot of money I ll go to both, then from there I m going to go to Bogota colombia and I will stay there and get my Visa sorted (I lived there before and i want to go back) and because when I go there I will go to Rio in brazil as well:) this will be a full on 3 mth of travelling through the world , so if I stay in hostels and backpackers and budget (obviously I m going to drink alot and do drugs lmao) I ll get like 7p but I owe my mum like 15 so I ll have like 55 let s say and I m trying to arrive back in Bogota with like 35k still What do you guys think? Can you give me tips??? Thanks you!♡
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Which place is more crowded Sydney Australia or London UK?

    I wanna travel to UK but is it very crowded there I been to Sydney Australia is was crowded during rush hour but at night time is empty.
    I wanna travel to UK but is it very crowded there I been to Sydney Australia is was crowded during rush hour but at night time is empty.
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Did prince phillip say dodgy things to get attention (jelous of the queen) plus do they still have nooky?

    Best answer: No, he said those "dodgy things" to insult people, knowing that being the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, he could get away with it.
    Best answer: No, he said those "dodgy things" to insult people, knowing that being the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, he could get away with it.
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • What kind of stuff do they have at Rookwood?

    Best answer: Rookwood is the Cemetery and that's all, it's big enough to be a suburb, it has a few flower stalls like most Cemeteries, it is surrounded by 4 suburbs. I hope your joking about if dogs need to be on a leash, the answer would be yes, I can just see how happy they would be to see dogs digging up the... show more
    Best answer: Rookwood is the Cemetery and that's all, it's big enough to be a suburb, it has a few flower stalls like most Cemeteries, it is surrounded by 4 suburbs.

    I hope your joking about if dogs need to be on a leash, the answer would be yes, I can just see how happy they would be to see dogs digging up the recently buried

    I now believe your whole question was a joke, well it's really not funny.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • How do I convince my parents that I will be safe going to Australia by myself? I’m 18 I have enough personal money by next year?

    I can’t believe this but I actually do have enough money by the time next year to go to Australia next year and I will be 18, but my parents are scared of me going by myself, and are worried, I only want advice to convince them I’ll be fine by myself, and besides isn’t Australia and Sydney one of the safest... show more
    I can’t believe this but I actually do have enough money by the time next year to go to Australia next year and I will be 18, but my parents are scared of me going by myself, and are worried, I only want advice to convince them I’ll be fine by myself, and besides isn’t Australia and Sydney one of the safest countries in the world? Compared to America? I only want just advice no slandering me, how do I talk to them and say I will be safe by myself and show them I’m responsible by the time I go next year
    2 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is Austrailia a good place to live?

    13 answers · 6 months ago
  • What happens if the psychiatrist still thinks I'm suffering from schizophrenia even after taking medication?

    Best answer: Get a second opinion.
    Best answer: Get a second opinion.
    6 answers · 6 months ago
  • Sydney Aquarium or Taronga Zoo - which is best?

    Best answer: Both are worth visiting but if you can only get to one, Taronga Zoo is far and away the better of the two. Take the ferry across to the zoo then the cable car or the bus to the top and walk down. If you haven't been before, stop once you are inside with a map of the zoo and work out what you want to see and the... show more
    Best answer: Both are worth visiting but if you can only get to one, Taronga Zoo is far and away the better of the two. Take the ferry across to the zoo then the cable car or the bus to the top and walk down. If you haven't been before, stop once you are inside with a map of the zoo and work out what you want to see and the best way of doing it. The zoo is on the side of a steep hill and if you plan your walk, you won't be doing too much uphill stuff. You come out at the bottom of the hill just a short walk to the ferry. Also, when you get there, check the times of the various shows such as the bird show and get to the right spot in time to see them.
    8 answers · 6 months ago
  • Sydney, New South Wales - Suggest places to visit?

    Best answer: There are always the standard places which are often a matter of personal taste. Some people like museums and art galleries, some don't. If you do there is a great collection in Sydney. Taronga Zoo is worth a visit at any time of the year and if you haven't been there for thirty years you will be amazed at... show more
    Best answer: There are always the standard places which are often a matter of personal taste. Some people like museums and art galleries, some don't. If you do there is a great collection in Sydney. Taronga Zoo is worth a visit at any time of the year and if you haven't been there for thirty years you will be amazed at the changes that have been made. The Bridge Climb is very popular although it in't cheap.

    There are always different things happening in Sydney. At the moment Vivid, the festival of colour and light, is on all over the city. That ends in mid-June but there is lots more happening. This site https://www.timeout.com/sydney/things-to... will give you a good idea of coming events and things to do and there are other similar sites. Just Google "what's on in Sydney" and click on some of the links.
    5 answers · 7 months ago
  • Why is it very hard to drive in Australia?

    I came to Australia 3 weeks ago and I have already had 4 head on collisions when I try to make big left turns when I was actually supposed to turn very quickly at the corner. I'm not used to drive on the right side but I wonder why it is very confusing. Is it also very confusing for Australians to drive in the US?
    I came to Australia 3 weeks ago and I have already had 4 head on collisions when I try to make big left turns when I was actually supposed to turn very quickly at the corner. I'm not used to drive on the right side but I wonder why it is very confusing. Is it also very confusing for Australians to drive in the US?
    12 answers · 7 months ago
  • Is Sydney the best city?

    Best answer: No, it is too expensive and big and crowded with awful traffic problems
    Best answer: No, it is too expensive and big and crowded with awful traffic problems
    10 answers · 11 months ago
  • Hi All, a random question but here goes.?

    Best answer: Many, many, many people have lived with whole families in 2 bedroom houses. How well that works depends on the people. If you're talking about a couple in one room and 2 children in the other, that's pretty standard in many areas of the world. Many of us grew up sharing a room with a sibling. It's good... show more
    Best answer: Many, many, many people have lived with whole families in 2 bedroom houses. How well that works depends on the people. If you're talking about a couple in one room and 2 children in the other, that's pretty standard in many areas of the world. Many of us grew up sharing a room with a sibling. It's good preparation for dorm life and marriage.
    4 answers · 11 months ago
  • Where can I find Nettle in Sydney?

    4 answers · 11 months ago
  • The Sydney city temperature is almost 30 degrees . Storm warnings are current?

    Best answer: Now the temperature is 26 degrees.
    Best answer: Now the temperature is 26 degrees.
    4 answers · 11 months ago
  • Do Australians say ma'am or madam?

    Best answer: I've had to use that term many times and you can use either one. I and most people I worked with used Ma'am. At first introduction you always greet them with their title, it's Your Majesty, than ma'am, Governor General, than ma'am. Governor than Ma'am, Lady whoever, than Ma'am in... show more
    Best answer: I've had to use that term many times and you can use either one. I and most people I worked with used Ma'am.

    At first introduction you always greet them with their title, it's Your Majesty, than ma'am, Governor General, than ma'am. Governor than Ma'am, Lady whoever, than Ma'am in general conversation. you can also use Marm.

    The only time I would use Madam is, excuse me madam you're standing on my foot.
    5 answers · 11 months ago