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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. Hi! My family and I are making the move in January, a pretty short time frame to start planning so happy for any hints and tips. My main concern is schooling for our soon to be 9 year old and 7 year old. We are visiting end of Oct and trying to fix an itinerary with school visits, bug question is what should be our search area? What's the verdict Hills vs Beach? North vs South? I am drawn to the hills but don't want the commute to be nightmarish as my husband will be working north of the city. where are good family areas and where should be avoided? I want an established area more so than a new suburb, parks, greenery is also a must. thanks Emma
  3. Recently arrived in Adelaide and now considering the next step of buying our own place. We like the look of the Blackwood Park & Craigburn Farm development, think it may be able to offer us the best of both worlds, countryside but close to the beach also. Does anyone live on the development? Or know what it's like in that area, schools, we would be interested in info about both Primary & High Schools & know that The Blackwood Primary & Blackwood High School would be the closest. Google is great, walking around the place better, but sometimes word of mouth is even better, thank you.
  4. Tourism Australia have some videos on You Tube. Thought some people might like to take a peek at the highlights of Aus so to speak. My hubby sent me the link to the national one and simply said 'Shall we?'. Some of the places shown are on our bucket list of places for us to to visit together/as a family in Aus. And if you click this link below you'll see a few more short ads including ones for Adelaide city, the Adelaide Hills, the Murray river and Barossa Valley http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2E771820199177E5&feature=plcp Tourism Australia's Latest Ad http://youtube/3pOVfJwBd5s South Australia's latest ad http://youtube/Jr2dusyz1iw Kangaroo Island http://youtube/kp4NGShh944 There's nothing like Australia: South Australia. http://youtube/FoBxq8lB2iY
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