I haven't been on here in ages but know I can rely on bubhub when I need some help!
Hubby and I are thinking of moving interstate to QLD from Vic. We have lived in vic all our lives, but are constantly dreaming of a sea change. We have toyed with the idea of moving to vic peninsula, but after a recent holiday to QLD we think that might be better for us - better chance of good weather, nice beaches (hubby is a bit of a surfer), fresh start etc etc, just all seems nice.
We went for a day trip while away to coolangata - rainbow bay, point dangerm kirra etc. The surf looked amazing, shops were nice, weather was beauitful.
Is there a catch?! Is there any downfalls of living in QLD (apart from us missing our family and friends?)
My sis mentioned to me last night that she remembered years ago our parents wanted to move up there when we were little but didn't because the "education system wasn't as good as victorias" my sister said. no idea what she means, is there any truth to that?
DD will be 4 when we moved (IF we move) so is it same as here - starting kinder at 4 and potentially school at 5 if she's ready?
Any words of advice generally about moving interstate?