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    Freezing in olinda! Haha it's beautiful though! I live right near there just down the mountain a bit don't ever want to move areas I love the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monster & Boof View Post
    Freezing in olinda! Haha it's beautiful though! I live right near there just down the mountain a bit don't ever want to move areas I love the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne
    Olinda is so beautiful!!

    I'd live in Adelaide <3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monster & Boof View Post
    Freezing in olinda! Haha it's beautiful though! I live right near there just down the mountain a bit don't ever want to move areas I love the outer eastern suburbs of Melbourne
    WE go up every year for our anniversary. It's where we went the night of our wedding day. Stayed at the Loft in the Mill. It was beautiful. Go every year to the same hotel.
    And Freezing is how we like it. My DH comes from Scotland and misses Snow lol.

    I live not to far from the Mountain

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    Bondi Beach. Keep on dreaming hahaha!!

    Either that or move to the beach area in my town. Gotta love sitting between 20 and 30 degrees year round!

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    Exactly where we live now. Except I would magically transport my parents to the Blue Mountains so they are closer and living somewhere that really suits them.

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    I really love living in the country, I'd stay around this area but move out of town to a property. We'd love to be as self sufficient as possible so a hobby farm would be perfect for us

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    Belligen or Dorrigo, its super nice there.

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    I've travelled all over Australia and have lived in a few different places (North QLD, Sydney, Sunshine Coast) but have now settled in Brisbane. I like it here It's close to the Sunshine Coast hinterland and the Gold Coast hinterland (I've always loved both). It's close to beaches for the kids. Close to the theme parks. I love the lifestyle here and the weather. There are great restaurants, cafes and markets. Lots to do, lots of events, and they aren't ridiculously packed with people like some of the other larger cities. I think it's a pretty affordable place to live. Now if only we had some relatively decent wineries nearby...

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    Moonee ponds/ Ascot Vale (Melb).
    At the moment I'm only 10min by drive, but I would love to be able to walk to the Maribrynong River

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    Yorke peninsula or Ayres peninsula in south Australia so I am close to the beach, perfect climate and not far for my research.

    I am looking at managing a national park in a few years so my dream may come true. Hopefully on yorke to be close to my partner's family so we can look after his parents.

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