There is one on Old Windsor Rd, Parklea, NSW. The next closest we have is Lonestar. I've eaten at a couple Outback steakhouses in the US. I can honestly say there is nothing Australian about the place. All they do is get a US steak house restaurant menu and give everything Australian names. To top it of they didn't even serve Australian beer (and no Fosters doesn't count as no-one drinks that stuff here).
The funniest thing about the place is watching the funny looks on the locals faces when they try to work out which is the mens and womens toilets, as they are marked Blokes and sheilas
HogsBreath Cafe are my favourite whenever I can find one (they're not in Broome either). Are they an Aussie thing or are they an import from the States?.
Tim, I reckon chucking a nice juicy steak onto a barby is a universal thing that operates almost on a spiritual level. That's the first thing we should do when the green guys land - organise a nice big barby for em (mind you we could be buggered if they're vego's!).
Nah, Broome's not very big at all - the official population is something like 10 000 permanent (swells to about twice or three times that in touro season). It's an odd place though because although the population is 10 000, it really doesn't feel like it's that big.
Broome is probably quite a nice place to visit but don't try and live here. I'm from Cairns - so a bloody big beach with no shade makes a poor comparison to Rainforest and Hills and Lakes and Rivers and big ferry boats to whisk one to breathtaking reefs and beautiful coral islands etc. if you know what I mean.
The thing that strikes me is how much people rush about here - very surprising for a place that's meant to be very "laid back". My Mrs and I are fairly private people so we don't know very many people here but it's the sort of town where you can get to know most people in a few months if you're into normal levels of socialising.
We actually live 23km out of town and "commute" to work
Oh, and I'm here because I get paid a substantial amount to be - but I'm getting sick of being a heck of a long way from anywhere.
Hi again EDFUTURA. The reason i asked is my wife's brother lives there. He stays at the motor camp(last i heard) and worked on some oyster boats .His name is Geoff Treloar about 45yrs shiny head with bugger all hair (hope this trait doesn't follow on with the Mrs LOL) and drinks too much and is a bit of a Larikin ,prob why he is still single.You may not of met him but thought i would ask. My guess is he will be where there is beer or women or both if you get my drift.