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Old 02-12-2012, 08:47 AM
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$500 - $600 I would say if you rely on home food

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Originally Posted by LeitaFamily View Post
Thank you so much Boboa. Very clear!
Talking about standard home made food.... Can we assume that 500$ are enough for one month (3 people)
Yes it is very reasonable, you rpobabily will be spending around $500 on your first couple of months and it might go down as you find cheaper/local shops.
Coles and Woolworths are the biggest (but not the chippest) supermarket chains in Sydney.
You will also find Aldi much cheaper tha above.

Below is some info from Coles (postcode 2000). You will see most of the prices there.

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Hello all.
I am just writing to thank for all that is being told here. I am currently living in Lisbon (Portugal) and I just accepted a position in Sydney. I already have done some research, but this forum helped also, because people talk is diferent than web site states.

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Stay outside the city

I would recommend to find a place a little bit outside of the city. It is much cheaper and buses are quite ok.

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