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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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    Very occasionally. We have photos of my brother and I playing in the snow in early December one year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by susanne View Post
    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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    Very occasionally. We have photos of my brother and I playing in the snow in early December one year.

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    Oh wow! I think I want to move to Canberra now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Lily View Post
    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
    haha ky!

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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.
    I live near Coffs and this winter was so nice. Barely a cold day! I love the weather here, and the beaches. They are only ever busy at holiday time. Not many jobs but you can walk down the st and people you know almost every day which I like =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Somewhere that is within 5/10 minutes to beach and 15/20 minutes to the city. Beach is a must! Love it.
    I'm a 5 minute walk to the beach and a 20 minute drive to the city, but it's Perth CBD . Sorry Perthlians but it's not exactly a hub of activity there.

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    I would either live in Coffs Harbour, or in Sydney's Inner West.

    Two totally different, but equally appealing lifestyles!

    DH and I often dream about moving to Airlie beach or similar when we retire.

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    Where I live now in northern naw but I want to buy a farm and live more rural I hate living in town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I'm a 5 minute walk to the beach and a 20 minute drive to the city, but it's Perth CBD . Sorry Perthlians but it's not exactly a hub of activity there.
    I'm 10 minute train ride from city, but 15/20 minute drive. But Sydney city is awesome Also 5 minutes from beach. Admittedly, it isn't the world's greatest beach, but it is excellent for kids.
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