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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    My family are in Narrawallee. We lived down there for about 3 years. Love the area. But like you said....employment is a problem.

    Eta...we got married there too. The little Catholic church on the hill as you come into Milton from the north.

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    Hubby has family in Mollymook and we love visiting them! I'm not sure which one is the Catholic Church, is it the one on the hill or the one more in the 'town'? We got married on Mollymook beach at the golf club end :-)

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    I don't have a name for where I would like to live but have a picture in my head of what my ideal place would be. I have always only ever lived in small mining communities so my ideal town would have to me small where everyone knows each other as big cities freak me out, where crime rate is super low and there would have to be a body of water of some sort such as a lake or beach for when it gets hot in summer but it would also like it if it could get nice and cold in winter

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    I dont know! Id like to experience places before i chose.

    Id like to say melbourne but the weather would drive me crazy and its not good for asthmatics.

    Id like maybe brisbane, id love to try and be real life friends with a couple of hubbers and ex hubbers that live there. And i just love warmer weather.




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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Hubby has family in Mollymook and we love visiting them! I'm not sure which one is the Catholic Church, is it the one on the hill or the one more in the 'town'? We got married on Mollymook beach at the golf club end :-)
    As you're coming up the hill into Milton it's on the right. At night you can see the cross lit up.

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    Gold Coast hinterland most likely. I'm thinking Currumbin Valley. Beautiful, not half as touristy as most of the GC but still close to everything.

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    I love Canberra for its opportunity, government, everything is family friendly, great schools/hospitals. But I would love it more if it was somewhere like Coffs for the weather. I hate how everyone hibernates for 6 months because it's so bloody freezing! But love that the heat is a dry heat though, not the crazy humidity in Qld.

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    Quote Originally Posted by susanne View Post
    I love Canberra for its opportunity, government, everything is family friendly, great schools/hospitals. But I would love it more if it was somewhere like Coffs for the weather. I hate how everyone hibernates for 6 months because it's so bloody freezing! But love that the heat is a dry heat though, not the crazy humidity in Qld.
    By the sounds of it, i would like Canberra. Canberra doesn't get snow though, does it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    By the sounds of it, i would like Canberra. Canberra doesn't get snow though, does it?

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    It does sometimes. We had snow in our backyard 2 years ago. And it usually snows in the hills behind Canberra (20-30 mins drive) at least a few times each winter. Only 2 hrs drive to the snowies!

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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.
    Just realised I lived in Canberra for 3 years as a small child, and part time when my parents split. Selective memory I must have been in a Canberra induced coma to forget that. Canberra is awful.

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