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    same as @kw123, came as a backpacker, all by myself, so could settle anywhere

    Inner north Melb. I'm a city girl and wouldn't contemplate any other place (maybe Sydney). If we can't afford to live here then we'd go back to France.

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    Cocos Islands. Kids run free, beaches to die for, no traffic. It might get old quickly, but I'd give it a go.

    Of course we'd have a flash apartment in Kings Park when we needed to come back to Perth.

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    Melbourne. Hopefully in a few years!

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    I would stick with Melbourne but would move closer to the city.

    I would love to live somewhere like Moonee Ponds, Brunswick, Carlton, North Fitzroy or Northcote.

    If I could afford a place that gives us the same space both inside and out that I have 15 mins further north those would be my picks!

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    Hahndorf outside of Adelaide, so I could eat yummy food all day
    Yum, Beestings from the continental bakery's!! 😋

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    I'd love to live in Melbourne.

    I've always loved it there

    But I'd never say no to a house on the beach in Noosa either!

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    It really depends on my mood.

    Lately I've wanted to live at the Gold Coast.

    I have a great big soft spot for Victoria though... and that's generally my "I wish I still lived there," place.

    I think I'd do best if I lived in England though. No idea why, but I always have this feeling like that's my home... despite never having been there.

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    Somewhere cool, where it snows if possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfishie View Post
    Hahndorf outside of Adelaide, so I could eat yummy food all day
    Hahaha I'm in the hills and hahndorf is great during the week. Weekends there are too many tourists haha! Nice food though and super pretty this time of year

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    Lennox Head - the most beautiful little beach town in Australia!

    In saying that I live at the Gold Coast and feel incredibly lucky to have the most beautiful beaches and rain forests at my doorstep
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