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Neighborhoods at Sidney


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Neighborhoods at Sidney

Hello All, my name is Luis Valencia I am from Medellin Colombia and I am planning to immigrate to Australia

I am a computer science enginner, and specialist in NET technologies and I heard that this profession is in high demand-

I would like to know more about sidney, Where should I stay the first month

How much does it cost a rent.

And the second questions is:
What are good and not very expensive neighborhoods to live? The ideal would be that its close to the public transportation.

BTW: whats a good place for night clubbin?

Thx


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Old 02-19-2010, 03:22 AM
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Hello All, my name is Luis Valencia I am from Medellin Colombia and I am planning to immigrate to Australia

I am a computer science enginner, and specialist in NET technologies and I heard that this profession is in high demand-

I would like to know more about sidney, Where should I stay the first month

How much does it cost a rent.

And the second questions is:
What are good and not very expensive neighborhoods to live? The ideal would be that its close to the public transportation.

BTW: whats a good place for night clubbin?

Thx
Sydney is a huge city Luis, all the more so because of the way it has developed about the harbour it is famous for, the harbour having various arms with smaller tributaries/coves.
That all makes for a real headache re transport and a good enough reason alone to look at other options.

Good and not expensive is an oxymoron for more so in Sydney than perhaps anywhere in Australia, to get something reasonable you'll pay for it.
The more inexpensive places are going to be a long way from night clubbing areas and if you were to be living out west, be wary of Parramatta and in Sydney more so than Melbourne or other capitals, it is a case of night clubbers beware.

Google up a map, and sites on Sydney along with www.domain.com.au, 131500 Transport Infoline - Home being for public transport, Sydney also not overly renowned for that.
You'll find a few threads on Sydney in our travel and other sections that'll help.





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