Yup, but I struck lucky and my very recalcitrant Australian husband took one look at my ageing parents on one of those very rare visits he deigned to make (our son's wedding) and said "we can't leave them here alone!" So we've been here for 7 years now carrying for increasingly frail parents (now down to one) but I've promised to return when dad dies. He has promised we will get air conditioning as a priority on our return. I think I can live with that but I belong in England and as we have a grandson here we will always be back and forward. That said, I was watching Secret City on Netflix yesterday and actually felt a pang of homesickness for Canberra - I think, actually, it's more of a pang for adventure rather than being tired 24/7 to an old man.
I don't think there is a magic answer to be honest and you could find yourself actually unable to live in UK with your Australian husband anyway, it's he entitled to a visa? They can be hard to come by. My DH fortunately had a UK born mother and the rules changed in 2010 to allow him to get citizenship.
My bvc was because the previous migration agent made a hash of it and my old visa was 30 mind expired before the new application was made.
we also have tickets to a concert that we have bought a while ago. We would genuinely looking to enter for 3 weeks