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Discussion in 'Renting & Real Estate' started by BrizzyLizzie, Aug 23, 2009.

  1. BrizzyLizzie

    BrizzyLizzie Guest


    I am new to Australia and I am wondering which suburb around the Gold Coast area I should live in. Has anyone got any ideas?


  2. Mark and Jo

    Mark and Jo The MadHatters

    Does it have to be the Gold Coast? Depends on where you are working and what you are looking for in an area? Do you have kids??? gives lots of info on Brissie and surrounding areas
  3. cal

    cal Super Moderator

    Hiya for Gold Coast suburbs check out

    Some areas that seem to have been popular this year with new arrivals are Pacific Pines, Helensvale, Robina, Varsity Lakes and Mudgeeraba. As Joanne says though, do bear work in mind as The greater Brisbane does seem to have a tad more work than the coast at the moment, although this can depend on your trade.
    Hope this helps
    Cal x
  4. BrizzyLizzie

    BrizzyLizzie Guest

    Hi Cal,
    Thanks for the information we have booked in to see houses in Helensvale and Pacific Pines.

    Thanks for you help,
    Lizzie x

  5. BrizzyLizzie

    BrizzyLizzie Guest

    Hi Jo,
    we have booked to see a few houses around the gold coast, so we are quite happy, yes I do have two girls: 13 and 17 years old and we wanted to live around the Gold Coast area because we have got the girls into a private school so we didn't want to be too far away from it.

  6. bacardi167

    bacardi167 New Member

    we're arriving ibn 2 weeks and we have 2 kids also .. have tosay after much ooking.. Albany creek is looking realy god for us, but will def belooking at helensvale, robina etc...

    god luck and ope to meet you soon...

    Steve and kate.

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