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  1. Hi, I hope you don't mind an Aussie posting in this forum, but I have a house I have rented for the last 13yrs to 7 successive South African Families (including 2 brothers). The house is in Hallett Cove SA, where you'll find lots of other South Africans and a lifestyle everyone seems to enjoy. So details about the house: 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 1 toilet. 2 bedrooms with built in cupboards. Space for parking 2 cars off street. It is on a sloping block facing the sea, and has sea "glimpses". It has efficient heating & cooling. I have the electricity and gas accounts in my name, which makes i
  2. 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
  3. Hello everyone! We (2 Adults and 2 kids) are making our way to Canberra in about 4 months time , and we have a few questions about the Canberra city / surrounding area : Schools: Where are the good primary schools? Suburbs : Where are good family suburbs that have rentals of $400 - $500 pw ? Any suggestions / insight of the general area will be much appreciated! thanks
  4. PerthGirl

    Are you coming to Perth soon?

    Hi, A short introduction to myself and why I am here. I use to be a member of saaustralia.org many moons ago, (Frenchy - unable to reset password as e-mail does not exist anymore). We came to Perth in 2008 and this forum was instrumental in enabling me to do all our Visas (a 457 and Pr136) myself, organise a container, make the move and settle in. I will be eternally grateful for the help we received here. After about 4 years I felt that I had moved on from the forum and left. Australia has been very good to us. We love it here. To be hon
  5. Hi We have a lovely family home for rent in Carramar. Quiet area close to all amenities and opposite lovely bushland. Available 1 July 2016 http://www.realestate.com.au/property-house-wa-carramar-418555590
  6. We are relocating to Perth from 1st January 2016 and I am looking for a rental for 6 months in Mullaloo Perth or surrounding areas close to St Marks Anglican Community School. 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 2 lockup garages Air cooling Rental $500 to $550 Does anyone know of someone that has a property like this or recommend an agent that can help. I'm in Perth 21st to 25th September and would like to meet to discuss with someone that can help.
  7. Hi All! My boyfriend and I are moving to Sydney near the end of March. We will be shipping our dog over in May. I was just wondering if anyone could help with areas to look for in Sydney where there are more rentals likely to have a garden/courtyard? Our dog is small but we would prefer not to be on a higher level apartment where he has nowhere to go outside during the day. We were looking at the Eastern suburbs, but I have mostly seen high rise apartments in those areas, so is there anywhere specific we should be looking (Northern beaches? North Sydney? anywhere else?)
  8. 10/106 Brown Street, Heidelberg For rent - $430 per week Nestled in the corner of a pristine block, offering peace and tranquility. Cathedral ceiling enhances the already light filled large lounge and dining areas, modern kitchen with gas/electric cooking and dishwasher, two bedrooms - one with walk-in robe and the second with built-in robes, renovated bathroom and separate laundry. Other features include ducted heating, evaporative cooling. single garage plus one car space and a private, delightful courtyard and private back yard. Short walk to Heidelberg shops, train station, schools as we
  9. Arriving in Sydney in 23 days and everything's feeling REALLY real. Still feel like I have 38477636221 things to do here first, which is stressful and overwhelming, but just trying to take it one day at a time. Two things in particular that are stressing me out, which I can't really do much about now: 1. Getting a rental 2. Getting my son (6) into a good public school Anyone have any words of advice for me on either of these two things? Thanks and SEE YOU SOON, SYDNEY!!!
  10. Hello Our family of 4 are relocating from lovely Sydney to Airlie Beach in Queensland due to my partners job . Was wondering if anyone could suggest moving companies which they had a good experience with ? Any suggestions other than Gumtree for where I could advertise our rental as we now need to find someone to either take over lease or take the knock of losing our deposit. Thanks
  11. RozinOz

    Tenant Do's and Dont's

    Hi. As I am new to the Sydney rental market, please can someone enlighten me as to whether I am allowed to knock paintings, pictures, mirrors etc. into the walls. In South Africa, this was fine as long as you 'puttied' up the hole when moving out. I believe that in Sydney you are not allowed to knock any nails into the wall, which means that you will have bare walls for as long as you are renting??
  12. Hi everybody I have not been very active on the forum, but our migration process is quite far advanced. We got our 189 visas in May 2013, did the validation trip in September, and I am very actively looking for job in either Melbourne or Sydney. During the LSD I enjoyed Melbourne more, but obviously I must go where I can find a job. We decided that I will go over first to secure employment (I am in IT)?, and that my husband will follow later. I am battling with a few decisions and I am hoping that you can post your thoughts on these: My daugther is starting grade 10 next year, and I would
  13. HadEnoughofJuju

    Not sure how but we did it.

    Hello everyone. This is one post I am soooooooooooooooooo!!!!!! happy to be able to make. We did it, we actually landed that illusive rental. A bit of background first. We initially decided to settle down here in Maroochydore but after being here 2 days and bumping into some Saffa's and their Aussie friend we sort of decided to go exploring a bit further north and see what's out there. One of the major reasons for making this move to Australia was for the sake of our child's education and future so why would we want to put her in an OK state school when we could put her in a great state school
  14. Vinksnest - that's what I've sometimes called our home. Figure it out. We arrived on the 9th of April, that's two weeks ago exactly. What a two weeks it has been! As I have written elsewhere, we had one week in Manly, just to give the boys a real holiday and to insure their first impression of being here is a good one. It was great, the apartment with view of the beach and the weather played along. We started with getting all our admin in order: First got our new mobile numbers and data for our iPad and Tab, bought a printer for our temporary HQ. Set up a personal hotspot with the Tab so tha
  15. Hi all, We decided that it makes sense for us to go and live in South Africa again for a time - business and personal reasons. We are moving at the end of October 2012 after 4 great years in Australia (Adelaide and Perth) where we have met many wonderful people and made life long friends. I have already sold our other vehicle to a dealer here in Mindarie, and the Pajero is available on 31 Oct 2012. It has always been a pleasure to drive and took our family on many great adventures in Australia. If anyone is aware of someone that would be interested in a Pajero with low mileage at a very reaso
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