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Discussion in 'Renting & Real Estate' started by The McFry's, Jul 10, 2011.

  1. The McFry's

    The McFry's Guest

    Hi my name is Kelly and I will be arriving in Brisbane on the 19th October 2011 with my husband and 2 kids but I need to find a short term rental as i don't want to get tied to somewhere long term then we get jobs no where near there, but I do need somewhere to go when we get off the plane with 2 small kids, if you have any suggestions of web sites i can check out or any info at all that will help me find something it will be much appreciated. Kelly

  2. fluxsta

    fluxsta New Member

    We orginally looked at Brisbane Holiday Village as it seemed to have all for the kids and was cheap. Like an Aussie Center Parcs! Now gonna be staying at Scarborough Holiday Village. Depeneds on budget? We needed soemwhere cheap so opted for these two places. Google is your friend! Some furnished places were either fully booked or out of our budget.

    I just typed 'brisbane short stay apartments' into Google and got a wealth of starting points. I would look at Brisbane holiday village though, looks good enough to me!

  3. Rudi

    Rudi Relocation Brisbane

    Hi Kelly

    If you want to send me through your dates I will see what I have available. I think my bookings calendar is fairly clear around that time.


  4. cal

    cal Super Moderator

    The holiday villages are a good temporary starting point ,especially if your coming at the back end of the year as they tend to have all the ammenities such as a pool which is a god send in the hot weather.
    Ashmore Palms on the Gold Coast and Brisbane holiday Village have both been used by quite a few migrant familys i know and if you stay at least 4 weeks you will get a decent discount on an intrim cabin.

    If a cabin is too small, have a look at as this has quite alot of furnished houses but be prepared to pay for your stay , furnished houses aren't cheap as utilitys etc are all included and your not tied into a lease.

    Hope this helps
    Cal x
  5. Clarabell

    Clarabell New Member

    Hi Rudi, I have just started making rental enquiries and wondered if you would mind giving me a quote for 6wks rental starting at the end of march 2012. We are emigrating from the UK, and my husband and I have 2 young children, so the garden looks very tempting :smile:
  6. The McFry's

    The McFry's Guest

    Hi there, thanks for your message we have booked the Brisbane Holiday Village for the first 4 weeks at least but with it getting so close to xmas we might just set up camp there till the new year, like you say it's cheap!!!

    Hope your move went smoothly and you have a fantastic time cheers again, Kelly. :yes:
  7. SeaBarney

    SeaBarney Guest

    I have a house that I would like to rent out fully furnished (May-September 2012) in Brisbane's Bay side ( Manly West) if anyone is moving here it would suit a family. If your interested please contact me. We will be travelling around Australia for this time.
  8. scully73

    scully73 Guest

    Hello Sea Barney, Is your house still available to rent? we are a family of 4 moving from the UK to Brisbane and need short term rental from about 24th June for 4 weeks?
  9. kerrywinder

    kerrywinder New Member

    Hi, we are looking for rental end April for a month, we need 3 or 4 bedroom house. Help ( :
  10. kerrywinder

    kerrywinder New Member

    Hi, We are interested as need a place to stay end april for a month, please can you give me some details, Many thanks Kerry
  11. Rudi

    Rudi Relocation Brisbane

    Hi Kerry

    All the info about the houses I am able to rent to you are on my website which is show below in my signature. The smaller two have 3 bedrooms each, and Bayside has 4 bedrooms.

    If you can contact me through my website with your requirements, I can send you a full quote.



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