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Possibly Moving To Sydney!!

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Guest Wolf-pack

Husband has possible job offer to work in Sydney.

 

I have looked on few sites to see where is best to live etc. But what a minefiled. Have been told Manley is the place to be but it very expensive.

 

Does anyone have any advice of nice suburbs suitable for Family with two kids 12 and 10?

 

Sans Souci looks nice but you can't really tell from the internet....Help!!!!!:arghh:

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Guest Ron & Chel

Hi wolf pack depends if you dont mind a bit of traveling or not manley is lovely you can catch the ferry straight over to sydney manley is loverly but it is known as backpackers paradise as thats where they all seem to head

Ron & Chel

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Guest mutikonka

Might help if you give some idea of what price range of housing you are looking at. Sydney is very expensive. If you have the money, the north shore and eastern suburbs are the places to go. Most of us ordinary workers have to settle with something smaller and further out. It also depends on what kind of lifestyle you want - inner city life/multicultural, McMansion suburbs/ semi rural etc. Sydney is a huge and very diverse place.

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Guest Wolf-pack

Looking to rent for the first 12 months or so... looking to pay no more that $800 p/w rent! looking for a location with good catholic schools and plenty for the kids to do, near to the beach would be nice.

open to any ideas/suggestion as i don't know sydney at all:spinny:

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