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A Beginners Guide to Moving to Australia

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With so many of us flocking to Oz, the apparent land of opportunity, there are a few things you need to consider before making a... The post A Beginners Guide to Moving to Australia appeared first on My Green Home Blog .




 

 

With so many of us flocking to Oz, the apparent land of opportunity, there are a few things you need to consider before making a big move. Many people are heralding their move to Australia as the best thing that they have ever done. With plenty of room to roam free, amazing cities and luscious beaches it is easy to see why people are flocking to Australia for a better quality of life.

Of course, making a monumental decision to emigrate needs to be carefully planned and thoroughly organised. Think about the reasons why you want to emigrate. What are your long term goals? Where do you see yourself in ten years time? What do you want to achieve from a big move? As with any major life decisions, they do need serious consideration and research. This guide will be able to help as a starting point for your life-changing decision:

What you will need for your move:

  • Booking a shipping company
  • Flights
  • What you need to pack, such as essentials.

Of course, the list of what you need is entirely subjective, what is essential for one person is not entirely essential for the next. Consider what you consider to be essential.

Booking a shipping company is remarkably easy; they pack the container for you, ensuring that you have everything you need. Remember to allow a longer period of time for delivery to avoid disappointment.

Flights are an important factor when moving internationally. Do bear in mind that the price will reflect what time of year that you choose to move and what airline you go for.

Packing should not be a chore and is a great way to get rid of a lot of old stuff that you have been clinging on to. Consider what is essential to you, what you actually need versus what you don’t need. Furniture is a must, but can you narrow it down to essential items? After all, your brand new home will want brand new furniture! If you are looking at property in Perth, then Perth property development may be able to help.

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 Accommodation:

Rented accommodation in Australia usually comes unfurnished. While you are awaiting your shipment, it may be advisable to seek rented accommodation that is furnished. While you are paying a slightly higher price for the rental period, it will ultimately save you more money in the long run. Renting is a great way to get a feel for an area, particularly as you are new. Renting for six months give you the advantage of getting a feel for the area. If you like it, make it your permanent Oz home. If you do not like the area, simply pack up and move on. Renting gives you a lot more freedom than buying straight away. While it may not be a cost-effective solution initially, you will ultimately save more money in the long run should you pick an area that is not entirely suitable for your situation.

Whatever you decide to do, make your big move a successful one with thorough research and planning.

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