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  1. Hi there We are doing a Validation visit to Adelaide in July/August. We're a family of 4 and the 2 little ones are age 2 and 7. We have currently booked a few days in Glenelg and a few days in Stirling to get a feel for the different areas. We are wondering on the 3rd area we could visit and need some help. Should we also stay in the CBD? Should we stay more down south like Brighton or Seacliff? Maybe Norwood or more north of the CBD? We are trying to find out what suburbs are nice to live in, not too cramped and not congested (we're from the UK so not interested in too many queues ?). We need to also look for good Primary schools. Once we move, our final destination will need a good sized garden, along with a view of some sort (sea or hills), it just boils down to space and views but not too far out with lots of traffic. Not asking for too much are we! ?. Has anyone got any advice on where this 3rd holiday stay could be? I am thinking of Norwood, Brighton or going 40 mins north or south from the CBD, but don't have any idea on how remote they really are. We both need jobs, so don't want to make it difficult for ourselves xxxxxx
  2. Anyone looking for a short term rental? We have a great 4 bedroom fully furnished home steps from one of Adelaide's most popular beaches. Everything you need for kids. Located in South Brighton walking distance to shops, Brighton Jetty road, 6 doors from a great beach. If you've got elementary aged kids we are between Seacliff Primary and Brighton Primary School so you can choose (our kids go to Seacliff). We are also in the Brighton High School zone for those with high school kids. We are looking for someone to lease the house from June 24, 2015 - Jan 5, 2016. $700/week. - Bedroom 1 - master with king - Bedroom 2 - bunkbed with desk underneath and a single with trundle - Bedroom 3 - bunkbed with trundle - bedroom 4 - single bed with trundle - Office - Sunroom The house is equipped for a family of 6 but there is space for more if need be. Our kids are aged 3, 6, 8 and 10. We've got bikes and toys and all the rigging for the whole family. The house has a formal dining room with table for 10, kitchen with electric stove and double oven coffee maker etc, living room has a couple recliners and a large L shaped sofa and 60 inch tv with xbox 360, office with hid-a-bed in couch, 2 bathrooms, backyard with trampoline, cubby house, garden, bbq, outdoor sitting area under a pergola. Feel free to call (0413 625 583 or from the UK +61 413 625 583) or pm me.
  3. Love Velo Seaside Great jazz, delicious food, sensational wines Port Willunga beach Friday 24 January, 6.30pm Our state’s first longest silver service style dinner on the beach at an iconic South Australian location. Book your tickets now for a magical summer evening of the finest regional food and wine, roving fire jugglers, light projections over the cliffs and caves, cool jazz sounds and glistening water lapping at your feet as you dine on the soft white sand of the stunning Port Willunga beach. Tickets just $59 per person (three courses) Glass of Leconfield Syn in a souvenir Love Velo wine glass Bar facilities available Dress code is cocktail, no shoes (shoe valet available) Transfers available from McLaren Vale and Willunga ($10 per person return) For more information and to book your ticket visit www.onkaparingacity.com.au
  4. Love Velo Seaside Great jazz, delicious food, sensational wines Port Willunga beach Friday 24 January, 6.30pm Our state’s first longest silver service style dinner on the beach at an iconic South Australian location. Book your tickets now for a magical summer evening of the finest regional food and wine, roving fire jugglers, light projections over the cliffs and caves, cool jazz sounds and glistening water lapping at your feet as you dine on the soft white sand of the stunning Port Willunga beach. Tickets just $59 per person (three courses) Glass of Leconfield Syn in a souvenir Love Velo wine glass Bar facilities available Dress code is cocktail, no shoes (shoe valet available) Transfers available from McLaren Vale and Willunga ($10 per person return) For more information and to book your ticket visit www.onkaparingacity.com.au
  5. Hi guys! Just thought I'd share my lease break on here. I have lived here for almost 2 years after being introduced to the landlord by some other fantastic PIA friends. Very sad to be leaving. Such a beautiful location. Will miss watching the dolphins and we even saw a whale the other week. Amazing!!! The townhouse is fully furnished. We had shipped our furniture from the UK but this place is really spacious so have been able to fit both sets of furniture in, and there is also lots of storage so have been able to box and put away some of the landlords things. So could work for you if you have your own furniture already or if you are out here starting all over again. Would suit a professional couple. I am happy to let you view and if you have any questions sing out. Thanks, Lauren
  6. Hi there, I live in a small apartment block in Glenelg (5 in total) and our neighbour is about to move out this week so thought I'd post the ad for anyone looking in this area. It's a gorgeous 1880's building with lots of character, open fire places, polished wood floors etc. The neighbours are all quiet and friendly (not just saying that cos I'm one of them!) Location is amazing - it's just 150m to the beach (just south of Glenelg jetty) and a 7 minute walk to Mosely Square. It's one min walk to the main bus route through Glenelg too. Being away from Jetty Road you don't hear any noise from the pubs, but you're still super close to walk to the restaurants, shops, bars etc. It's going for $350 a week - it's a two bedroom plus sunroom which we use as a study/spare bedroom in our apartment with similar layout. All the rooms are huge - it's not your typical two bed apartment. It'd suit a single professional, couple or a small family. Check out pics here: http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/glenelg/apartment-unit/glenelg-spacious-character-2-bedroom-appartment-close-the-beach/1002535795 Nothing in this for me except hoping to find awesome neighbours for our lovely little building! We bought our place in this block 18 months ago and love it, hope someone else would love living there too. Happy to answer any general questions about the building/area.
  7. steven_flood

    Surfing

    Hi, Does anyone know how to surf or know of a good beginners club to join near Seaford??? I'm 27 and living in Hallett Cove (originally from Southampton). If you know of any clubs or if you have the patience to teach me one day that would be even better - worth a few beers after? lol Steve
  8. Guest

    So many questions!

    Hi, driving myself crazy researching surburbs and schools and everything really! Hoping I can get some good honest opinions on here First question is how did you sort everything out when you got to aus, my oh and I were thinking about coming out alone sorting schools, a rental and things then my in laws bringing the kids out a month later? Has anyone done this? Do you reckon I could secure a rental in a month? And other question is we are completley torn between aldinga beach and seaford rise, seaford rise seems to be more livley, closer to everything, good schools BUT aldinga beach looks really new and fresh and is right on the beach! Any advice please, sorry about the questions! Caz xxxx
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