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    Default If you could live anywhere

    In Australia, where would it be and why?




    Mumma to two beautiful boys on the spectrum and one special little girl.

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    I could, as I came here as a backpacker so could settle absolutely anywhere.

    I chose Melbourne and would never live anywhere else in Australia. I have seen loads of it though and love visiting other places!

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    Hahndorf outside of Adelaide, so I could eat yummy food all day

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    Melbourne, more specifically somewhere in the inner city like Moonee Ponds or Essendon. I used to live around there then had to make a move to the burbs to accommodate our new financial situation with me as a SAHM. I miss it terribly.

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    Melbourne for me as well. Born and bred in Brisbane, moved to Melbourne 10 years ago and had no desire to live anywhere else since.

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    Mackay


    I love the relaxed lifestyle


    Beaches


    Rainforests

    Dams and creeks

    Great Barrier Reef just up the road



    I miss it....

    But there aren't enough jobs in my field there.

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    Inner city Melbourne. Have lived here all my life apart from a stint in Sweden and one in London, and I will always cone back here. Specifically, inner north west Melbourne. I couldn't even do say Prahran or Clifton Hill.

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    Adelaide because my entire family on my mums side lives there and I miss them terribly

    Or Kyabram in Vic where my step dads family live because Its a beautiful little town and again we have family there

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    Inner city Melbourne for me too. As long as all my family were in Vic too. It's the only thing stopping us from moving. We both love it there and could make it happen, but we're too close with our family that are all in WA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfishie View Post
    Hahndorf outside of Adelaide, so I could eat yummy food all day
    Mmmm schnitzels as big as your plate... It is beautiful though.


 

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