if moving there...
do i choose launceston, hobart or devonport?
I need transport, childcare, and a good coffee shop!
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07-12-2015 13:33 #1
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07-12-2015 14:43 #3
I should add I don't currently live there (did for my teenage years) but my parents are still there. They live close to Hobart and from what they have said it is by far more convenient (more shops, public transport etc) than the other 2 options.
07-12-2015 14:44 #4
I always like Launceston
07-12-2015 16:07 #5
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07-12-2015 16:35 #6
All of my inlaws live in Devonport and they love it. Houses are so cheap! And I've got 2 young nieces and there seems to be plenty of childcare, great public healthcare, great playgroup through the community centre etc
Eta - they live in East Devonport but devonport is super close, just across the river.
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