MOVING VLOG pt 4 | Unpacking our house & making new friends

How to Choose a Self Storage Center

Are you looking for the right self storage center to fits your needs? There are several things that you should consider when you start your search. A few considerations are customer service, cleanliness, and customer reviews.

Self Storage Tips for Customers

Tips for choosing self storage. A renter needs to consider what type of unit is needed: climate controlled or non-climate controlled. Two other considerations when renting storage units are the size, and insurance of your stored property.

Move to Cottesloe, Perth, Western Australia

Most Australians live on or near the coast. Access to the beach lifestyle is one of the greatest attractions of living downunder. Still, some beaches are better than others and Cottesloe sets the standard for WA. Sitting just north of the Swan River, 11 kilometres from the Perth CBD, heading towards Freemantle; Cottesloe, along with neighbouring suburb Peppermint Grove; is one of Australia’s most prestigious addresses.

Move to Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia

Coffs Harbour is a small coastal city in Northern New South Wales. 532 kilometres north of Sydney and 394 south of Brisbane; it’s a picturesque spot, with an interesting mix of landscape features. Sandy beaches, protected forests; Coffs Harbour is the point where the great Dividing Ranges meet the sea. You can go for a rainforest walk in your lunch break, just 10 minutes from the CBD.

Move to Coolum, Sunshine Coast – Queensland, Australia

Coolum Beach is another of the many seaside communities in the Sunshine Coast area of Queensland. 105 kms north of Brisbane, Coolum Beach is a popular weekender destination for city dwellers, making domestic tourism, beach sports and recreation activities the main economic focus of the town.

Move to Coolangatta, Gold Coast – Queensland, Auastralia

Coolangatta and Tweed Heads are known as the ‘twin towns’. Coolangatta on the southern most end of the Queensland coast is almost inseparable from Tweed Heads on the northern coast of New South Wales. Coolangatta has been a popular resort since it was first settled by convicts released from Brisbane, in the late 19th century. The ocean views and endless summer lifestyle are still attracting migrants and holiday makers.

Move to Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast – Queensland, Australia

Burleigh Heads is on Queensland’s Gold Coast smack in the middle of Coolangatta and Surfers Paradise. Apparently it’s where the real surfies hang out. Move to Burleigh Heads and leave Surfers’ for the tourists. In any case, if you like your beaches with relaxed ambience and outstanding natural beauty- as well as world famous breaks- Burleigh Heads might be for you. It can get very busy there, especially on public holidays, or any day the ‘Burleigh Barrel’ is running high. It’s a laid back place in general ‘though; the Burleigh Heads lifestyle is often described as a real paradise.

Move to Buderim, Sunshine Coast – Queensland, Australia

Buderim township, population approx 25,000, looks over the Sunshine Coast from the plateau of Buderim Mountain. It is 90 kms north of the Brisbane CBD, and inland from Mooloolaba. In 1966 the population here was only just 1,000, but in the 40 years since then, the place has really taken off and it is now the fast growing area in Queensland. The many people choosing to move to Buderim can enjoy the cooler forested heights but are still just a few minute’s drive from the fabulous Sunshine Coast beaches.

Things to Be Looked Upon If You Are Moving to a House

Often moving is a daunting and stressful task. But when moving to a beautiful place like Calgary, the stresses won’t be a stopping factor while comparing with the amenities and geographical features present to enjoy. Well, for people who are not much familiar with the amazing aspects of Calgary, you need to know this.

How to Move a Refrigerator Safely

Before moving a refrigerator into a new home, you should take out all the things or contents from it. You should defrost the refrigerator at least 10 hours before moving it. You should remove all the trays, shelves and other detachable parts from the refrigerator and pack them separately.

Move to Bondi, Sydney, Australia

Nearly everyone has heard of Bondi. Just 7 kilometres away from the Sydney CBD, Bondi Beach is the nearest beach to the city. Take a train from the city loop to Bondi Junction. Hop on a connecting bus, or walk the last couple of kilometres (downhill) to Campbell Parade, and the beach.

Move to Alexandra Headland, Sunshine Coast – Queensland, Australia

On the ‘sunset strip’ of the Maroochy Coast, sits a lovely seaside community. Originally called Potts Point, early developer Thomas O’Connor renamed it Alexandra Headland in 1916, in honour of the widow of King Edward VII. The locals just call it Alex.

Move to Scarborough, Perth, Western Australia

Popular Scarborough Beach is just a 20 minutes from Perth CBD, on the ‘sunset coast’ of the Indian Ocean. Hop on the number 400 or the 408 bus. It’s a sought after residential suburb as well as a popular day resort and tourist destination.

Move to Robina, Gold Coast – Queensland, Australia

Living down under, especially in the fast growing Gold Coast, happens more and more in convenient master planned communities. Half way between Surfers Paradise and Coolangatta, Robina has been called Australia’s best master planned suburb. Developed by Industrialist Dr Robin Loh, it has been carefully laid out with everything a family and community could need. A lot of attention has been paid to creating a living and working environment attractive to well educated, white collar workers and their families. What began in the 1980s as a 20km patch of unpopulated scrubland now has at least 30,000 residents and is still growing.

Move to Southport, Gold Coast – Queensland, Australia

Gold Coast’s oldest suburb-historic Southport is an attractive, blue chip residential area and thriving commercial district, in northern Gold Coast, near Surfers Paradise. It’s a vibrant, busy part of Gold Coast City, with over 8,000 registered businesses. Many of the 15,000 people living in Southport work there too. Southport boasts a variety of housing types ranging from modern apartment developments to Australian dream executive homes, classic cottages and historic Queenslanders. The streets are green and leafy with some fabulous gardens on show.

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