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added on 17/11/2013 by: lkicknosway
Hi, my name is Lauren and Sydney Moving Guide (http://sydneymovingguide.com/) is my blog. I LOVE being an expat in Sydney but am fed up with all the misinformed and useless expat guides, not only giving bad advice to those making the move to Sydney, but also charging for it! So I created Sydney Moving Guide, written by expats for expats.
 tags: apartments, cafes, jobs, restaurants, schools

 Latest posts on Sydney Moving Guide

Your Guide to Tax in Australia  Posted on 05/06/2015
Pin this to your Moving to Australia Pinterest Board. This is a sponsored guest post, even so I think it is very relative to moving to Australia as it about something we all need to know about, Australian Taxes. If you are interested in...
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Mailbox Monday Posts  Posted on 05/06/2015
Your questions. My answers. Straight from my inbox. a.eg-henryharrison-element-1,a.eg-henryharrison-element-2{-webkit-transition:all .4s linear; -moz-transition:all .4s linear; -o-transition:all .4s linear; -ms-transition:all .4s linear;...
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Catchment Zones for High Schools in Sydney  Posted on 04/28/2015
Pin this to your Moving to Australia Pinterest Board. This week’s Mailbox Monday post isn’t from an email but from the Private Facebook Group I have for email subscribers. There are over 1,000 members in the group and a lot of...
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Free Money Transfers for SMG Readers  Posted on 04/24/2015
Free Transfers is for SMG Readers Only. To take advantage of this, you need to sign up through my Ozforex partnership link here. Transferring money is something that everyone moving to Australia has to do. From experience, I know that it...
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Infographic: Rents in Sydney by Suburb  Posted on 04/20/2015
How much is your rent going to be in Sydney? Your rent in Sydney is, most certainly, going to be your largest living expenses. This infographic is a follow up to the post on the Cost of Living in Sydney: Rents in Sydney. I made the...
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  • danetabile
    danetabile 08 July 2014 16:16:17

    Hi ! im interested with the blog ill be visiting Aussie this august. Thanks

  • JillianPress
    JillianPress 09 June 2014 04:32:30

    Awesome. Thanks. I agree with you....lot's of misinformation out there.

  • Frabastic
    Frabastic 13 February 2014 11:57:19

    Hello there :D

    First of all i want to thank you for your HUGE effort you have done to share us those insightful and amazing information about Australia :)

    I was wondering if you can give me an advice about something related ..
    I am planning to take vacation with my mom and sister this August for like 2 weeks in one of the cities in Oz and i can't make my mind up between Melbourne and Sydney... I am short on time and i want them to have some fun , shopping ,swimming ,sight seeing ,dining and so forth...

    Both cities are wonderful but which one will it be the most fun and easier for cruising around is my question.

    For my self i am actually interested in moving to Australia as soon as i am done with uni here. so it will be a good chance for me too to do some research as well ..

    Yeah and that's about it :)) Appreciate your advice and help
    Hope this finds you well


  • LondonerInSydney
    LondonerInSydney 18 November 2014 22:31:17

    I'd definitely go with Sydney if it's your first time in Aus. You'll get to see the Harbour bridge and Opera House which are Australia's two biggest sites. It's easy to get around and the beaches such as the famous Bondi Beach are only 30 Minute bus ride out of the city. Melbourne is a cool city but there's way more touristy things to do in Sydney. I think Sydney is a more beautiful city although Melbourne is probably easier to live in as people are friendlier etc. Hope that helps!

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