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Offline DebbySoufflage

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Originally from Montréal.
Moved to Belgium few years ago.
Studying here.
Thinking about moving to Australia in a couple years from now.
The Aussie life really attracts me.
The people, the country, the culture.
Would love to live in Brisbane.

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Offline LizK

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Australia is a great place to live. I traveled a fair bit in the 90s and there really was no question about where we would return too....but then again maybe I am a bit biased LOL

Hope you make it

Liz


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Brisbane may be a bit warm after Belgium and Montreal, so maybe you could consider Melbourne, it's always listed at the top of the world's most liveable cities!

Allie!

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Brisbane may be a bit warm after Belgium and Montreal, so maybe you could consider Melbourne, it's always listed at the top of the world's most liveable cities!

Allie!

I always thought Australia was at the bottom of the world.   ;) :D
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Offline Michelledeanna1989

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I’m Canadian but live In Victoria BC so a bit warmer then Montreal
In the winter.  I spent 4 months in Australia on a working holiday visa
In 2012-2013 pre transition.  Generally Australian are a lot like Canadians
And culturally both countries have similarities. Climate wise I was working
In a town called Byron bay about an hours or so south of Brisbane.
I was there for the summer and traveled threw out Australia while I was there
Where Brisbane is it’s around 25-28C average then 15c or so in the winter months
I also visited Melbourne it’s a fairly big city but like a major Canadian city like
Toronto or Vancouver.  Sydney is similar to Vancouver there’s wa fairly large Chinese
Population when Hong Kong went back to China a fair number of people resettled in both those city’s.  Then Tasmania would be somewhat on par with Vancouver island climate wise. Hobart is a lot like Victoria.  Somewhat cured my home sickness while I was away.  Farther north like Carins
Is far more humid.  Adelaide and south Australia I found similar to the okanogan in the summer months.  Alice springs was way to hot for me 55c when I was there and Darwin was a little better but the heat and humidity I found intense. Over all it’s a commonwealth country so like Canada there’s a lot of shared values and but I did find something a little more relaxed compared to Canada or the USA
 

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