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AIKKAN realestate.com.au and look at houses in the southern and eastern suburbs. Don't look in the northern suburbs, also look at gumtree, there's private rentals and sometimes those are easier to get into. Good luck to you.

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Thank you Rebeccaf, do you know about the area Glenelg is good or what you can say about this location i mean i dont know in Adelaide so please if you can just guide me i will look in the map the location i will be there on mid May so want to hire accommodation and will look for School for my 10 year and 6 year , and also please if you can guide what is the job situation which kind of job i can find soon .Thanks


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Thank you Rebeccaf, do you know about the area Glenelg is good or what you can say about this location i mean i dont know in Adelaide so please if you can just guide me i will look in the map the location i will be there on mid May so want to hire accommodation and will look for School for my 10 year and 6 year , and also please if you can guide what is the job situation which kind of job i can find soon .Thanks
Glenelg is very nice. Are you willing to live in a nice unit, or looking for a house? There is accomodation at Glenelg, at the bay I got a two bedroom there (really small) when I first came here. I think it was 230$ or 250$ a week. Kurralta park is also affordable, safe and very family friendy. There is accommodation midwayapartments.com.au that you could enquire. The one bedroom I had was 390$ ! A week but email him, I see lots of families there I think they have some for less. Keep to the southern or Eastern suburbs. I think kurralta park would be great for you. What are your skills? Start sending resumes now! Jobseekers.com.au . Good luck to you and your family.

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Ps I don't know much about the job market, there is a huge Pakistani community here and they will fill you in. You might have to drive taxi at first, I have a shocking kind of a job but it pays the bills

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Thank you very much for your help i am doing an marketing job here in Pakistan for Motor oil, but i am not expecting much there just want to do any kind of job for start.even will agree with farm jobs, gas station,store jobs etc and thank you once again for helpful information about accommodation.

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Which is the best place in Adelaide to live with family
Avoid North Adelaide, Elizabeth, Salisbury....I'm not saying the people are bad from there....but If I had a young family, I wouldn't go there..
South of Adelaide,Seaford/Moana is quiet and a nice place to live if you like the beach or south West near Henley beach and Glenelg. Woodcroft is a place to look at also.
Unley is an up market area with nice people, a lot of foreign people, close to Adelaide CBD. If you need University access, then Unley or even Belair is OK.....

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Hi friends, I am coming to adelaide for a year. Can anyone pl guide me how much money is required for first month to adjust in city....means to get accommodation, transportation, meals, etc....


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