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Hoping To End Up In Oz...Advice :-)

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Hey! Well im a newbie to the forum, a friend in work actually reccommended it! Im hoping to come out to Oz in the next few years! Im 23 just now and was wondering which part of the country do u all think would suit my age group? My friend is in the gold coast just now and loves it!

 

I work as a theatre nurse and was wondering how easy it is to find work? I'll probably be travelling out alone, so might be a bit daunting, was just wondering is anyone else was in this same situation, was it easy to fit in, make friends ect?

 

Thanks Guys! Any advice would be really appreciated!

 

Karen

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Hey! Well im a newbie to the forum, a friend in work actually reccommended it! Im hoping to come out to Oz in the next few years! Im 23 just now and was wondering which part of the country do u all think would suit my age group? My friend is in the gold coast just now and loves it!

 

I work as a theatre nurse and was wondering how easy it is to find work? I'll probably be travelling out alone, so might be a bit daunting, was just wondering is anyone else was in this same situation, was it easy to fit in, make friends ect?

 

Thanks Guys! Any advice would be really appreciated!

 

Karen[/quote

 

Hi Karen:smile:..welcome to PIO!..there are alot of people on here who will no doubt be able to help you..i am from Perth, so cannot really give you any advice about other states..my son is 24 and has lived in Perth also, and he loved it there..some say it is more family orientated because it's quieter and a small city..i love it in Perth, because it suits my style of living, but obviously it is very individual..the fitting in and making friends is the same for anyone, as this takes time and getting to know the place and people..obviously you have more opportunity to get yourself out and about, as you are a young, single person, but still it takes time..one of my colleagues at a previous place of work returned to Aus to live with her hubbie, who was a good deal older than her..80!!..and he managed to settle and make it home, so i think if he could do it then there's hope for everyone..take the time to look through posts on here and i'm sure it will give you a heads up:yes:..take care and best of luck!


Former Resident visa (subclass 151) granted in 1999 - Living back in Perth...

 

 

 

 

Terri :smile:

 

 

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