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61. Posted by algore (Full Member 88 posts) 10y

Quoting numero1

Well said algore. They leave their rubbish on the beach, don't give 2 hoots about the suburb or people who live here. I guess they probably think it's some kinda holiday resort becuase that is frankly how some of them behave when they come here.

I guess that shows we should practice responsible tourism even in our own home town. I mean even going to the next suburb you're a visitor and should consider the locals when you do something.

Sorry to hear about the vandels. Hope the buggers get caught, hopefully by a South African with one of their flamethrower anti-theft devices on their car.

62. Posted by Vlakvark (Budding Member 40 posts) 10y

Lord Vlakvark, I do believe that the "bush pig" is an animal found in most countries, with the exception of perhaps Brazil and maybe another South American country. They are very common in Australia, and are quite common in built-up suburban areas.

SIMILAR TO not SAME AS.

63. Posted by numero1 (Respected Member 295 posts) 10y

Quoting Vlakvark

How many South Africans have you noticed there in recent times?

Every second person is a South African here these days! Across the street, my neighbour. I mean almost everybody. This may as well be Clifton Beach, not Bondi Beach.

64. Posted by numero1 (Respected Member 295 posts) 10y

Quoting algore

I guess that shows we should practice responsible tourism even in our own home town. I mean even going to the next suburb you're a visitor and should consider the locals when you do something.

Sorry to hear about the vandels. Hope the buggers get caught, hopefully by a South African with one of their flamethrower anti-theft devices on their car.

I tell you what, it's getting to the stage where you may need those flame-throwers on your cars soon. No news about them vandals being caught, but my car has been cleaned, thank goodness

65. Posted by k8iejo1983 (Budding Member 49 posts) 10y

Walk from Coogee Beach to Bondi Beach up the coastal path - a really nice walk.

Take a ferry from Circular Quay to Sydney's Olympic Park.

On Saturday, walk up Oxford Street to Paddington and visit the nice little boutique stores and the Saturday Market.

Stroll around Darling Harbour - lots to see and do.

Take a bus up to the Northern Beaches as far as Palm Beach (aka. Home & Away's 'Summer Bay')

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