There's also Hawthorn in Adelaide which is quite a nice, leafy suburb so it's quite similar to the Melbourne one. You'd be the best judge on what the one in QLD is like though.Hawthorne QLD and Hawthorn Vic? I think generally that Melbourne is a bit of an underfunded s**thole and it's almost like the ridiculous number of councils are swindling money that could be spent on parks and general cleanliness.
Our one is about an hour North of the city, and really just a giant swampy wasteland with a big arse playground in the middle of it. Also a couple of popular crabbing spots around it I think.I seem to remember there being a St Kilda in South Australia. Is it like St Kilda in Melbourne with its prozzies grazing the wild savannahs of Grey 'n Greeves?
Not sure about the other mainland capitals but the Kensington in Perth is nowhere near as upmarket as the Kensington in London.There's a suburb called Kensington in all the 5 mainland capitals, all have quite similar characteristics.
Dunedin is a combination of Dundee and Edinburgh, it's like a part of Scotland in the Southern Hemisphere.There's a St Kilda in Scotland, and Dunedin (Dùn Èideann) is Edinburgh with it's Gaelic undies showing.
Nah, I meant they all are similar to each other. All quite old suburbs, all within 5-6km of the CBD, all started life as working class suburbs but have been gentrified due to location.Not sure about the other mainland capitals but the Kensington in Perth is nowhere near as upmarket as the Kensington in London.