A fantastic approach to meeting new people in Adelaide is on the Internet.
Online dating now stands as the second most popular way to meet Australian singles.
Drawing inspiration from the likes of The Go-Gos as much as The Stooges and The Ramones, Brisbane's Clag (named after that clumpy non-adhesive glue given to all Australian primary school students) was comprised of school mates ek Moore, Rachael Cooke, and Alison Bolger, who played a spastic brand of power punk that featured equal amounts of grit and Casio keyboard solos.
Skating, beers and punk rock have always gone hand in dirty hand.
Originally nothing more than a grimy group of bratty skaters from Melbourne’s south Clowns slogged away at 1am slots at filthy dive bars for years.
The shear diversity in the City of Churches means there is a great selection of single people living there.
Such a diverse mix of people often means it's harder to locate the best places to meet single men and women.