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leagueiscrap wrote: Mon Feb 24, 2020 8:37 pm
NRL&NFLweLaughATafl wrote: Mon Feb 24, 2020 7:45 pm
leagueiscrap wrote: Mon Feb 24, 2020 5:01 pm
https://global.vic.gov.au/victorias-cap ... eable-city

it won the award 7 years in a row!


aside from the harbour, the bridge a few beaches and so on Sydney is a complete and utter shit hole! its design to well lack of is tidally shit, the night life is dull and shit, filled with portentous wannabes and hero bogan nrl fans, the pricing of everything is way over valued mainly due to it being the main financial district and most populated business centre of Australia

its road network is shit
its trains and public transport system is dated and shit
the city of far over populated and takes ages to get anywhere on narrow roads that lead any where

but when again to the stereo type nrl fan who spends their time locked away in the basement of their parents house this wouldn't apply as it doesn't effect them other than the odd trip to Centrelink of the local bogan watering hole
Sydney's Bogans seem to be doing a lot better than Melbourne hipsters with the value of their homes though.

Why can't Melbourne's best suburb Toorak even make Sydney's top 10 in house values?? :lol:

Bro Sydney is way out of your league. Pick on Adelaide. :wink:

Gold Coast is up there with Sydney though. I like it there. :cool:

House Values Sydney vs Melbourne
https://upside.com.au/articles/news/hou ... uburbs-map
read the part about Sydney being the financial capital of Australia. most of the banks, insurance, finance firms etc are based in Sydney..
those bogans who you think are the wealthy ones, only explains how little idea you have of reality :wave:

learn about the basis geographic of Sydney before trying to comment about prices. Sydney has limited land supply eg its built in by national parks and built along the ocean.

I noticed you didn't comment on
the shit house lay out of Sydney
the narrow roads
the very dated shit house public transport infrastructure
the dull night life and those lock out laws :wave:
bragging about who has the more million dollar suburbs only proves you have NFI about reality or the concept of money!

and you still didn't comment on Melbourne winning worlds most liveable city 7 years in a row :wave:

yet in the limited mind of a basement dwelling nrl fan those are the the reasons why Sydney is better!
but but harbour and beaches! like your going to visit and stair at the bridge or opera house every day

to be fair I consider both Sydney and Melbourne to be both shit holes and vastly over populated people spend hrs every day in traffic or on public transport just to get to and from work! (something you wouldn't know about)
lifes to short and valuable for that shit and time should be spent spending it with friends (something I doubt you know about)

on the bright side league is the working mans game and union is the private school and white collar workers game! your kind would be out mt Druitt, merry lands, Blacktown etc :)))
Sydney is very hilly so of course the roads are going to be winding.

Saying that still no explanation as to why Sydney homes cost more than Melbournes?


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Simple supply and demand. Maybe there are higher paying jobs in Sydney being a lot of corporate head quarters ... people have more money ... so the flow on affect is they can afford to offer that bit more... also higher population.. basic economics. You also have probably the best harbour in the world which pushes prices up around that area. But higher population with smaller area I believe (?) shit public transport and roads a mess (not a planned city like Melbourne) also push up demand to be closer to cbd. Not rocket science.


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Fred wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 5:35 pm
AngloFootballLeague wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 3:16 pm
Fred wrote: Mon Feb 24, 2020 8:59 pm https://www.google.com.au/amp/s/www.buz ... ne-nom-nom


26 Places That Prove Melbourne Is Truly The Food Capital Of The World
Melbourne is a city of amazing foods where all parts of the world are represented.
If you have to tell everybody you're great - you're not

You do realise this thread was started by a RL fan tell us how great Sydney was????

And these are articles and blogs - polls etc not self recommendations I believe.
Here the Melbourne Live Music Census finds Melbourne live music capital of the world
https://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2018-04- ... ws/9643684

Another Melbourne institute declaring the city coffee capital
https://www.rsamelbourne.com.au/melbour ... australia/

Something called "Study Melbourne" heralds sporting capital of world
https://www.studymelbourne.vic.gov.au/n ... -australia
An independent survey last year actually found Sydney ranked higher
https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.smh.co ... 50wc0.html

Local states Melbourne food capital of you guessed it the world
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Fred wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:47 pm Simple supply and demand. Maybe there are higher paying jobs in Sydney being a lot of corporate head quarters ... people have more money ... so the flow on affect is they can afford to offer that bit more... also higher population.. basic economics. You also have probably the best harbour in the world which pushes prices up around that area. But higher population with smaller area I believe (?) shit public transport and roads a mess (not a planned city like Melbourne) also push up demand to be closer to cbd. Not rocket science.
Most desirable = higher price.


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AngloFootballLeague wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:06 pm
Fred wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:47 pm Simple supply and demand. Maybe there are higher paying jobs in Sydney being a lot of corporate head quarters ... people have more money ... so the flow on affect is they can afford to offer that bit more... also higher population.. basic economics. You also have probably the best harbour in the world which pushes prices up around that area. But higher population with smaller area I believe (?) shit public transport and roads a mess (not a planned city like Melbourne) also push up demand to be closer to cbd. Not rocket science.
Most desirable = higher price.
Supply and demand! The basics of economics and the free market!

Eg look at the afl and nrl grand final!
Afl charges $150 plus for a basic ticket
Nrl $40 to $50 for a basic ticket then needs to give them away some years due to lack of demand!

If you know the basic geography of Sydney it’s for limited land suppler as oppose to Melbourne hence the prices as one of the main factors

As to the lay outs of the cities you couldn’t make a bigger abortion of a city like Sydney!
Roads lead every where and are really narrow


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leagueiscrap wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:25 pm
AngloFootballLeague wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:06 pm
Fred wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:47 pm Simple supply and demand. Maybe there are higher paying jobs in Sydney being a lot of corporate head quarters ... people have more money ... so the flow on affect is they can afford to offer that bit more... also higher population.. basic economics. You also have probably the best harbour in the world which pushes prices up around that area. But higher population with smaller area I believe (?) shit public transport and roads a mess (not a planned city like Melbourne) also push up demand to be closer to cbd. Not rocket science.
Most desirable = higher price.
Supply and demand! The basics of economics and the free market!

Eg look at the afl and nrl grand final!
Afl charges $150 plus for a basic ticket
Nrl $40 to $50 for a basic ticket then needs to give them away some years due to lack of demand!

If you know the basic geography of Sydney it’s for limited land suppler as oppose to Melbourne hence the prices as one of the main factors

As to the lay outs of the cities you couldn’t make a bigger abortion of a city like Sydney!
Roads lead every where and are really narrow
If you could afford to live here you would. Surfing at maroubra, taking ferry to work, national parks all directions. Instead in depressing Melbourne claiming to be world capital of something to compensate.


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AngloFootballLeague wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:06 pm
Fred wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 9:47 pm Simple supply and demand. Maybe there are higher paying jobs in Sydney being a lot of corporate head quarters ... people have more money ... so the flow on affect is they can afford to offer that bit more... also higher population.. basic economics. You also have probably the best harbour in the world which pushes prices up around that area. But higher population with smaller area I believe (?) shit public transport and roads a mess (not a planned city like Melbourne) also push up demand to be closer to cbd. Not rocket science.
Most desirable = higher price.

Okay... this simply neglects the very basics of economic theory of supply and demand. Which in itself is a very simplified version ... yet you still got it wrong. Amazing.

You are talking about demand ...... most desirable... and starting this equals higher price. You seeing where you have this wrong. You are talking about demand but not supply.... there is a lot of demand for lots of things however supply is bountiful so price is low. Fruit and Veg is a classic example ... in season ... cheap. Out of season... expensive. Now, just like house prices there are other things that impact price here but broken down to bare bones supply and demand explains it

So no... demand alone dies not necessarily mean higher prices. This is yr 9 economics for goodness sake.


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All cities suck, the whole world could fit into NSW alone if we decided everyone can have a few acres each, it's not hard to make dams and water supplies. Thats their agenda, put us all into smart cities and use tech to play god over us. that aint me.


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AngloFootballLeague wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:45 pm
leagueiscrap wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:25 pm
AngloFootballLeague wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:06 pm

Most desirable = higher price.
Supply and demand! The basics of economics and the free market!

Eg look at the afl and nrl grand final!
Afl charges $150 plus for a basic ticket
Nrl $40 to $50 for a basic ticket then needs to give them away some years due to lack of demand!

If you know the basic geography of Sydney it’s for limited land suppler as oppose to Melbourne hence the prices as one of the main factors

As to the lay outs of the cities you couldn’t make a bigger abortion of a city like Sydney!
Roads lead every where and are really narrow
If you could afford to live here you would. Surfing at maroubra, taking ferry to work, national parks all directions. Instead in depressing Melbourne claiming to be world capital of something to compensate.
Lol! you reek of a basement dweller who is unemployed and lives out in the sticks who spends their time day dreaming and out of touch of society

Any one who catches a fairy to and from work, then works a full day sure as shit doesn’t have time in the day to go surfing before or after work in Sydney :lol:


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What, I know plenty of people that go surfing every morning, just like smoking, it's an addiction too.


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yes have to agree - surfing before work, after work - weekends...... all good.


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time in the day for hobbies surfing etc


add in the day of work, commute time and other obligations

commute time in Sydney, due to roads being far to narrow and very poorly designed and far to congested due to over population
a very out dated public transport system

then you have your travel time to and from the beach

screw that for a joke spending 1/4 of your week and time in traffic


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AngloFootballLeague wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:45 pm
leagueiscrap wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:25 pm
AngloFootballLeague wrote: Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:06 pm

Most desirable = higher price.
Supply and demand! The basics of economics and the free market!

Eg look at the afl and nrl grand final!
Afl charges $150 plus for a basic ticket
Nrl $40 to $50 for a basic ticket then needs to give them away some years due to lack of demand!

If you know the basic geography of Sydney it’s for limited land suppler as oppose to Melbourne hence the prices as one of the main factors

As to the lay outs of the cities you couldn’t make a bigger abortion of a city like Sydney!
Roads lead every where and are really narrow
If you could afford to live here you would. Surfing at maroubra, taking ferry to work, national parks all directions. Instead in depressing Melbourne claiming to be world capital of something to compensate.
Nope ...as someone who could afford to live there I would much prefer the Gold Coast to be honest. There are parts of Sydney I like no doubt but getting around the city and to and from things would and has done my head in. I like to visit Melbourne as do, I have found, many here on the coast. The culture and restaurants are general vibe i love . I like the shows they get there too... most big shows go there first. I think from September through to January is the best time as so much on snd place is filled with people all over the world going to these. And the wineries just put of the city are fantastic too. You do not get all that on the Gold Coast but the beaches and lifestyle are awesome. Yes Melbourne weather sucks... hence I’m here :). But Sydney just doesn’t do it for me... well the city anyway.


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Sounds terrific in theory to have a surf before work !
But if your are not one of the lucky tiny fractional minority that lives near the beach then a surf before work isn't going to happen.
Driving to the beach from somewhere else through heavy morning traffic on conjested roads would leave little time for swim or surf. Then afterwards you have to fight through traffic reach work on time.
Just a pipe dream for most of us .
If you enjoy a beach swim after work like I do then good luck finding a car park !


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Not having daylight savings, which sucks big time, contributes as in summer it is broad daylight at 4:00am and dark by 7:30pm so to make the most of the day you have to get up at 4am. doable.


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