Myself and my wife are seriously thinking about moving to Melbourne next year. We both live in the UK and our famelies/entire lives are here but we both feel the need for a change and have heard great things about Melbourne. It could just be a temporary move, maybe a few years, or it could be more long term if it works out. I would really like to hear from some expats who have made the move themselves and who are currently living and working in Melbourne. What is it like to be an expat there? Are there plenty of job opportunities? What problems, if any, have you come across since moving there? Thank you in advance.
I've been living in Australia for two years now and love it. However my Working Holiday visa is about to expire. I have a job which I really like and I think they're happy with me, I could maybe ask for Sponsorship. I'm also in a relationship with an Australian guy so might be able to look at a De Facto visa. Has anyone else beenin a similar situation and has some advice. I don't want to leave Melbourne!
Hi...so I'm new to Australia jjst got here over a week ago and want to meet new people and hostels to stay, I'm staying in st kilda east right now with someone I know. But it's hard cause they are a Australian resident. Can anyone advise how I meet new people and dips there are any safe and decent jostles near st kilda east beach at all. Thank leonie
Hello some 30+ years ago friends of mine from Stratton St Margaret nr Swindon in the UK emigrated to Australia with their kids. They went first to Dandinong. l got divotced and lost touch with them. Does anybody know the family? l will be very very graeful if anyone has any information. Thanks in advance Rod Francis Normandy France
Hi everyone! Let's use this thread to suggest Meetup ideas - things which we would like to do or restaurants that we want to eat at. Then Ruth and I can post the events on Meetup.com. I think a curry is on the cards soon; let's make it a regular event! Thanks, Claire
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