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  1. Hi, I'd like some advice / opinions on how you or others you know have found moving to Australia / Sydney with a young child, what the initial settling in period was like, what life in a city in Aus with a young child is like... And any regrets / would do differently? I'm also abit worried about feeling isolated & very home sick. I'm married to an aussie, we thinking of making the move to Sydney, we currently live in London. I'm a children's community nurse and we have a little girl. Thanks in advance!!
  2. The Pom Queen

    Sydney Forum

    We have now added a new Sydney Forum to our network, please come along and support it. You don't have to live in Sydney you could be visiting on holiday or backpacking. ‚ÄčThe web address is: http://www.sydneyforum.com
  3. My husband and I just joined the forum as Mryankeebrit and mrsyankeebrit. I am American married to a British man and we live here in the UK. We never planned settling here but came back due to my husband's mother being diagnosed with terminal cancer. She passed away about 18 months ago and after much soul searching have decided to leave but where to go?? My husband has his heart set on Australia and me coming from Texas it sounds pretty awesome. We have weighed between moving to the US and Australia and Australia is the winner. We came here looking for advice and information. He is an Enterprise Architect and I am a teacher (Year 2). We both qualify for a 189 and a 190 but it's possible for Mryankeebrit to get a 475. I know each has it's ups and downs. I wanted to say Hello! Hopefully, I will be treated gently as I am new to forums and new to the Aussie immigration procedure. Now, if you want to immigrate to the UK from the US I am the person to ask We are looking at Sydney as our best choice!
  4. Guest

    Help!!

    Hi Im moving to Sydney in the beginning of March on a working holiday visa and am a bit worried about not knowing anyone. Ive lived in Japan for the last couple of years, but this was work so everything was sorted out for me. In Sydney i wont have this, so wondered if anyone had any tips about how to go about everything in the best way. Ive booked a hostel in Sydney for 10 days so that i can look for a place more permanent, but am pretty clueless about the best way to go about job hunting etc. Also im a pretty sociable person so wondered what that side of things is like too? If anyone has any tips or advice id be very grateful to hear from you! Thank u Miranda:laugh:
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