Just returned from reccie
Stayed in Port Noarlunga Billabong homes rental, house opposite Okanparinga river, glorious sunsets, 5 minutes from beach wonderful sandy beach clean and family friendly, 5 minutes from collonade shopping centre with all requireds shops and entertainment area with, cinema, bowling alley, swimming pool, ice skating rink and laser quest. What more could you want.
looked around local schools and information gained found that depending on where you live affects high school you can apply for.
found that like the UK land plots are big enough to build house without garden unless you move outwards or are willing to buy sloping plots to incur extra building costs, but the views are stunning.
all areas visited were easy to fall for including All aspects of Noarlunga, Seaford, Flagstaff, Aberfoyle park, Huntfield Heights, Morphett Vale, Christies Beach, Hallett cove, Blackwood and Eden Hills area and just so those in ther north don't feel left out Tea tree Gully, West Lakes Port Adelaide were all nice looking places to settle.
Whilst there had an assessment, interview and medical for job within SA Gov working on the railway, so fingers crossed.
Impressed with the cost for juniors to watch Auusie rules 3$ wow with a son that supports premiership team tickets normally £50.00 upwards.
Hopefully all being well could be there permanantly by October.
Many Thanks to Homes down under for rental and information given to help with reccie.
Will also say comparing prices to UK some foods are more expensive but meat and fruit seem to work out cheaper. Chocolate and sweets are very expensive whicxh in my honest opinion could be a good thing.
My thoughts are the area we stayed in spoilt us as everything we wanted was in easy reach and my children who have never fished before took to it like ducks to water and cannot wait to return.
once again fingers crossed for a positive result from job intertview and hopefully be in Adelaide before Christmas.