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Old 03-21-2015, 10:55 AM
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Melbourne and surrounds are beautiful places to live and work. We are amongst a large ex pat population in Mornington, south east of the city and love it here.


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I know this is an old thread, but I live in Sydney and been to Melbourne a bunch of times. Really for beaches I think Sydney is better and slightly warmer, however Melbourne for culture is awesome.


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I know this is an old thread, but I live in Sydney and been to Melbourne a bunch of times. Really for beaches I think Sydney is better and slightly warmer, however Melbourne for culture is awesome.
sydney is hotter as compare to melbourne,moreover driveway is better is melbourne..so i vote for melbourne


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sydney is hotter as compare to melbourne,moreover driveway is better is melbourne..so i vote for melbourne
Driveway? Like you mean highways and open roads?


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hey what bout good old big country town bisbane
beautiful one daty perfect the nextthe best weather all year round i reckon mate
but I could be bias
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but really anywhere in australia is heavan


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Melbourne is my chooise


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I believe housing in Melbourne is cheaper than Sydney.

Weather is a little cooler in Melbourne.

I think there are nicer beaches around Sydney.


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