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Hi almal

Jammer dat ek my nou eers aan julle almal voorstel. My naam is Eddie en ek is ook van plan om so vinnig as moontlik Australia toe te gaan. Die informasie wat ek tot dusver gekry het, het alreeds baie gehelp. Dankie aan Mara, Dreamy en Riekie ens. wat alreeds terugvoering gegee het.

Ek is 'n boilermaker van beroep met 12 jaar ondervinding, getroud met 3 kinders. Ons is woonagtig in Pretoria.

Groete

Eddie :(

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Hi Eddie van Pretoria,

Baie welkom by ons forum. Sterkte met die avontuur en die inligting-safari. Hoe oud is jou kinders en na watter stad/dorp in Australie wil jy graag kom ? Sien uit daarna om meer van jou te hoor.

Liefde

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Hi Eddie van Pretoria,

Baie welkom by ons forum. Sterkte met die avontuur en die inligting-safari. Hoe oud is jou kinders en na watter stad/dorp in Australie wil jy graag kom ? Sien uit daarna om meer van jou te hoor.

Liefde

Sunshine Sister

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Hi Sunshine Sister

EK het drie kinders, Jessica is elf , Natasha is nege en dan het ons so 'n laat lammetjie hy is nou vyftien maande

Ons is is nog nie seker van waar ons gaan bly nie. Dit sal seker maar alles afhang van waar ek werk kry.

As dit moontlik sou wees sou ons graag in Perth wil gaan bly. Maar enige ander plekkie sal seker ook reg wees.

Groete

Eddie

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Hi Eddie :holy:

Welcome to the forum. Good luck with all the information gathering for the big move. What visa are you planning on applying for?

Hi Jules

Thanks, I do think we're gone need the luck.

We are going to apply for subclass 136.

Eddie

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  • 1 month later...

Eddie!

I was at church just yesterday, talking to a couple of the blokes there. One, Craig, is a manager of a gas plant just over the border of South Australia in Queensland, right out in the Outback.

Another, John, is a contractor who is an engineer that inspects the tanks holding oil, gas and other liquids. John mentioned that it's getting hard to get boilermakers and welders to work out in the bush nowadays.

The pay is heaps. The hours are 10 to 12 hours a day for 14 days straight, then 2 weeks off. 4 weeks' annual leave on full pay. You fly in and fly out. Conditions there are top class with all meals, facilites, etc. provided by the company.

If you are interested in a job, let me know by PM. There may be other local boilermaker jobs going also.

I can pass your name on.

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