Oh and if you haven't booked a hotel yet, Sheraton on the Park is excellent. AUD230 a night for really nice, large studio rooms. The marble bathroom is amazing. I stay there a lot with my girlfriend when we just want a break.
The Botanic Gardens is really nice and peaceful despite being in the city, much better than Hyde Park
The symphony at the Opera House, under 27s can get c reserve tickets for AUD30
Once Chauvel reopens, the Cinematheque every Monday night
Apart from that there isn't much except the boring and overbuzzed king st Newtown, Oxford st Darlinghurst/Paddington, Five Ways Paddington, Crown St Surry Hills, Darling st Balmain, Norton St Leichhardt for Restaurants.
well i'm currently at university in Sydney Australia and as far as most people here think, at least those who think they have unquestionable authority on style prescribe to a rather gaudy hipster aesthetic. thrift shopping, skinny jeans, vans, olive military parkas, doc martens, etc.
None of that appeals nor affects me at all. I typically stick to a lighter, ivy-style casual suiting type thing: linen blazers, chinos, cotton ties, Bass Weejuns, madras shirts (not too...
Hi all, i'm obviously new and i'm just wondering about the demographics for Aussie SFers. Like what kind of work you're in, if you're studying and which cities you live in, and what you think of the general culture of your respective cities?
Sorry for detracting from the general conversation.
As for me, I'm just a second year usyd student, and honestly i can not wait to leave Sydney, and Australia for that matter for good.
I don't want to offend anyone, but i want to make a substantial j. crew order and that means a fair amount of money so i'm wondering how i'm meant to discern someone who is reliable and trustworthy? any recommendations?
What's the procedure here, money first, items later?
Oh and i'm looking for a US proxy to buy me some J. Crew things to be shipped to Sydney, Australia.