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  1. Hi everyone, My family and I are arriving in Melbourne next month and we are taking our English Cocker Spaniel with us. I have been looking at rental properties on realestate.com.au and there are many properties that match my criteria however when I click on the 'pets allowed' box almost all of the properties disappear. Does anyone have any advice on this matter? If the website says that a property is not pet friendly is that set in stone or are the landlords generally flexible? Where we stay is very important as my daughter will be starting school next year so we need to be in the
  2. shannonc4

    Beds and their sizes

    Over the last few months, we have been sorting and rummaging through our and have been deliberating on whether or not to take our bed and linen. From what we have been told by family and friends who have gone over, we should not bother taking our bed or linen as the bed sizes in Aus are different. After thinking about this for awhile we decided to do some research as we did some mock on-line shopping the other day and found linen to be hellishly more expensive than RSA. We came to find that it is possible to take over your bed and linen from RSA. For an Australian Single, buy a South African
  3. Hi all, We've finally arrived and having some trouble finding a place to rent due to the fact that we don't have a rental history. Will hopefully get there. My husband is working in Richlands and we don't want to live to far from there, but the general areas around there doesn't seem so nice. We are looking at springfield lakes but hear that a lot of people travel from the gold coast every day. Any recommendations of good areas to stay in? Tx
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