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Old 01-23-2018, 10:23 AM
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Wonderful place for live.


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Friendly people, good food and natural resource.


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Old 01-30-2018, 05:04 PM
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One of the biggest reason was a financial one. Besides I think Australia has one f the best climate scenarios amongst developed countries( taking into account English being the primary language)


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Old 02-21-2018, 01:02 AM
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Hey guys,

I guess we have hidden beauty and friendly people in general.

Try not to arrive in inner west or west sydney if you are considering moving interstate or to New South Wales
The traffic is very bad, the prices are ridiculous and it is slightly hard to find parking so having spare time is not easy, especially if you have a small family.


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Big space w.a and lovely people...


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I only had 2 options for Working Holiday visa and that was either Australia or New Zealand. I applied to NZ first but their follow email went to my junk folder and my visa was refused. I applied to Australia, came, and fell in love with the country. Now I'm working towards staying here for good.


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Surf, sunny days, beaches, and girls... fair enough right? lol


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Old 06-04-2018, 04:00 AM
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Good morning,
For my part, Australia is a country that has always made me dream, with its dream beaches, its many incredible landscapes, the climate. Moreover, I have been surfing for a very long time and Australia is the surfing country. This is what motivated me from many times in Australia. Besides, people are very welcoming and finding a small job is really not very complicated.


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I kind of like outdoor activities which makes Aus a great place.


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