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Hi Carl,
Funny enough my wife is also from the Philippines in Pampanga.
Anyway, the cost of accommodation will differ according to which part of Sydney you choose.

If you want to stay in suburbs where a majority of other filipinos live I have found this for you...

4102.0 - Australian Social Trends, 2014

By contrast, migrants born in the Philippines tended to be most densely concentrated in suburbs in Sydney's outer west. These included Woodcroft, where around a quarter (24%) of the population were Filipino-born, as well as Plumpton (19%) and Rooty Hill (18%). In fact, nine of the ten Sydney suburbs with the largest proportion of people born in the Philippines in 2011 were situated in the immediate area between Blacktown and Penrith.

For finding a place to live, you can check Real Estate, Property & Homes For Sale - where you will get a general feel of the rental costs. When you arrive though, you will probably want to rent a furnished apartment in Sydney until you find something more permanent.

I have used these sites before which have furnished apartments and you can rent them from 1 week.

Rental Apartments | Serviced Apartments Sydney | Furnished Apartments for Rent | Short Stay Apartments
Short Term Accommodation Rentals Sydney - Short Term Apartment Rentals
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