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  • Originally posted by The Fix View Post
    thats emily scott and if im not mistaken, shes an aussie
    Going to the Gold Coast?

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    • Originally posted by ??? View Post
      Going to the Gold Coast?
      yeah, i believe so. are you from that area?

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      • Originally posted by ??? View Post
        Going to the Gold Coast?
        Yeah I am.

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        • Originally posted by ??? View Post
          Yeah I am.
          anything i should look out for?

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          • Originally posted by The Fix View Post
            anything i should look out for?
            Well the Gold Coast does have the four biggest theme parks in Australia. And one of them has the Big Brother house. And it has the Q1 which is the tallest residential tower in the world at over 80 floors high. On the second highest floor they have the obesrvation deck, where you have 360 degree views of the Gold Coast. I've heard on a clear day you can see up North to Brisbane and down South to the border. And there are a couple of jetboats that you can go on where they drive around fast and do 360 spins, turns.

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            • Originally posted by ??? View Post
              Well the Gold Coast does have the four biggest theme parks in Australia. And one of them has the Big Brother house. And it has the Q1 which is the tallest residential tower in the world at over 80 floors high. On the second highest floor they have the obesrvation deck, where you have 360 degree views of the Gold Coast. I've heard on a clear day you can see up North to Brisbane and down South to the border. And there are a couple of jetboats that you can go on where they drive around fast and do 360 spins, turns.
              cool, ill have to check those out. thanks..

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              • In QLD I'd recommend seeing some of the Sunshine Coast (Noosa might be the best bet), Gold Coast (Coolangatta is better than Surfers Paradise imo). If you spend some time in Brisbane get loose at Fortitude Valley if you're into the club scene. If you're a pub man try the Normanby or the Royal Exchange for a good Sunday session. As for the rest of QLD.. not alot up north until you hit Cairns and then there's the Great Barrier Reef. Cairns nightlife is pretty ****, although the women are notoriously easy.

                Sydney is good for tourist spots and sightseeing.. apart from Darwin, which is a hot **** hole, that's all the tips I can give.

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                • Originally posted by mgkirkpatrick View Post
                  In QLD I'd recommend seeing some of the Sunshine Coast (Noosa might be the best bet), Gold Coast (Coolangatta is better than Surfers Paradise imo). If you spend some time in Brisbane get loose at Fortitude Valley if you're into the club scene. If you're a pub man try the Normanby or the Royal Exchange for a good Sunday session. As for the rest of QLD.. not alot up north until you hit Cairns and then there's the Great Barrier Reef. Cairns nightlife is pretty ****, although the women are notoriously easy.

                  Sydney is good for tourist spots and sightseeing.. apart from Darwin, which is a hot **** hole, that's all the tips I can give.
                  easy girls, always a good thing. i was looking at pics of surfers paridise, is it relatively secluded or is it more touristy? thanks for the info.

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                  • Originally posted by The Fix View Post
                    easy girls, always a good thing. i was looking at pics of surfers paridise, is it relatively secluded or is it more touristy? thanks for the info.

                    It's a tourist haven mate. Lots of apartments on the foreshore.
                    Not my cuppa tea but it is popular with a lot of people from interstate and overseas. Then again I'm not really a beach person.

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                    • Originally posted by woftam View Post
                      It's a tourist haven mate. Lots of apartments on the foreshore.
                      Not my cuppa tea but it is popular with a lot of people from interstate and overseas. Then again I'm not really a beach person.
                      I'm not either, but I love the trashy Gold Coast, something about it appeals to me.

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