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anyone in bunbury!!??

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Guest aislingnew2bunbury

Hello just moved tr.. as i'm new to bunbury, looking for new people to chat,socialise or whatever as i'm new here its pretty scary.. i'm 21 came here from the UK with family.. be nice to here stories of people who imigrated and how long did it take you to settle in.. apperciate all advice/stories..

 

Many thanks

 

Aisling :biggrin:

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emmaswy is living down there now she's only been here for a couple of months send her a pm on here


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Guest Tash2012

Hi

i just moved here beginning off Jan 2012. I'm a bit older than yo (33) u but have a

cousin at home the same age and we have a laugh together!

How have you got on? Have you met people since you arrived?

 

I'm here on my own for work for 18 months to 2 years so would love to meet up for a drink/ coffee or whatever and hear what you think of the place!

Natasha

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Guest ozpom70

We r a couple 40/26 looking to.make.new friends originally from the uk

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Guest scrumpy

Id love to know as much about Bunbury as poss, as researching it now, however all the website stuff looks fantastic as it would do!!

So honest opinions please,

Plumber (but would like a change) n hairdresser in their 40s son 16 and daughter 20

Cheers in advanced

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Hi we moved to Bunbury just over 2 years ago, we are in our forties with a 20 and 18yr old we have all settled in really well. It is a beautiful place, with fantastic beaches, estuaries, wildlife not far from Margaret River (wineries and breweries) and only an hour and a half from Perth, so we have the best of all worlds. I wouldnt hesitate to recommend Bunbury as a fantastic place to live. Going to work and seeing dolphins in the estuary with the sun shining, life doesnt get much better.

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Guest scrumpy
Hi we moved to Bunbury just over 2 years ago, we are in our forties with a 20 and 18yr old we have all settled in really well. It is a beautiful place, with fantastic beaches, estuaries, wildlife not far from Margaret River (wineries and breweries) and only an hour and a half from Perth, so we have the best of all worlds. I wouldnt hesitate to recommend Bunbury as a fantastic place to live. Going to work and seeing dolphins in the estuary with the sun shining, life doesnt get much better.

 

WOW sounds lovley, what might the work situation be like? Wifey is a hairdresser and Im a plumber (but really would like the chance to try something/anything different)

Cheers in advance

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WOW sounds lovley, what might the work situation be like? Wifey is a hairdresser and Im a plumber (but really would like the chance to try something/anything different)

Cheers in advance

There is always adverts in the local paper for hairdressers, wont have a problem there, daughter is a apprentice hairdresser. Again plumbers always in demand. Paul was a plasterer in England for 20 years but also wanted a change, he works for Bunbury City Glass now making shower screens and wardrobes and loves it. :biggrin:

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