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    Thread: Christie's Beach.Rough or not?

    1. #21

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      I love it at Christies Beach. I take our dog for walks along the beach there, especially at sunset, its really beautiful.

      Its apparent that money is being spent on development and thats always a good sign for house owners. Personally I think people have caught on to the "good value for money" house prices in Christies Beach and in the past 2 years prices have gone up substantially due to high demand.

      I don't think you'd go wrong buying in Christies Beach. Watch this space, there might be another rental there soon too!! ;)

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      Quote Originally Posted by Diane View Post
      Are the speed bumps necessary because of a big hoon problem along there at nighttimes?
      Nah - they are there to slow the northerners down and make em' look around and realise what good scenery they are missing up north!

      Sorry Diane I could not resist that!

      It is just because the roads can be full of tourists/ pedestrians.
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