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Cairns-Melbourne or Melbourne Cains

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Hey!

My friend and I are going to Australia 5. October for working holiday. Our plan is to work for about a month if possible and then go travel through east coast from nov-dec. We don't know if we should travel from Cairns to Melbourne or Melbourne to Cairns. We've heard it's not so warm in October (about 17 degrees celsius or so ) in Melbourne and we really want to stay where it's warm, so that's why we though we might start from Cairns. I have heard too if we start from Melbourne to Cairns it would be too warm there in dec.. So what do you guys think?

I have done some researches on where to travel in East Coast. But if you have any recommendations on where to go, I would be glad to hear about them.

- Linda :)))

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