Whilst flicking through the hundreds of TV channels last night we stumbled across a documentary about Adelaide Thunderbirds Netball Team (now there's a conversation in itself). They are sponsored by a housing development company which we googled, and yes they build lovely houses. So this got me thinking....... a desirable feature for buying a house in the UK is to have a south facing garden as this gets the sun (when it's playing) all day.
Now before I ask my question please read the little verse below as this will explain and excuse why I need to ask and need to know an answer....
"Derbyshire, Derbyshire, born and bred. Strong in arm, thick in head"
As most things appear to be opposites between UK and Australia, such as seasons, night and day, direction of water down a plughole (I think?) etc, does this also apply to the sun and gardens?? When I am in the position to be house hunting in Adelaide would I want a NORTH facing garden if I wanted the sun all day??
I do hope no-one from DIAC reads this as I'm sure they'll never let me in Hee Hee.