I217;ve always wanted to travel to Australia, but so far have never had the chance. It is one of the top destinations for migrating professionals, which I am (a professional, that is), but I’m not sure if I actually want to move there. Just a visit would be fine – for now anyway.
Once there, it would be nice to have as much information about such an exciting country right at my fingertips. Perhaps an online directory, or maybe a phone app. The idea is to not be burdened with a bunch of maps and brochures. I’d rather be able to find myself as well as my next destination without sacrificing spontaneity.
I’ve discovered such a website does, in fact, exist. It’s called AustraliaPlaces.net, and it is like the Wikipedia of all things Australian. The website contains millions of entries for all kinds of businesses and locations on the island continent.
There’s customer reviews of entertainment establishments, retail outlets, places and things to see, and I’m sure enough information to keep me active and occupied for any length of time. Interested in shopping. Check out their entries for Shopping malls in Sydney. You should be able to find just what you need.
If you are thinking about travelling to Australia, whether the trip id for business of pleasure, make sure you bookmark AustraliaPlaces.net on your laptop, ipad, or smartphone. You’ll be glad you did
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