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    I'm not sure I believe the whole "laid-back" thing any more, although I don't really have anything to compare it to. If you really want laid back then perhaps Darwin or far-north Queensland would suit you. Watch out for the crocs though.

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    Unless your sugar mama's really that rich, why would you want to move from a land of cheap Corvettes down to another land of expensive Corvettes?

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    Even crocs are afraid of Australian cats!


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    That's because even the cats are poisonous there.

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    That's only a baby croc. Here's more of an average-sized one


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dicknose View Post
    Check car prices.
    A new convert Corvette advertised for $250k

    Oh and prices of a house.
    Want to live in a nice suburb of Sydney, that's $500k for a 2 bedroom apartment or $750k for a house.

    It's a great place, but it's not cheap.
    You need to have another look at what house prices have done in the last 12 months, probably adding 30% to that now which is getting somewhat absurd

    And yeah, corvettes converted to RHD (which you have to do) are seriously expensive, you'd be much better off spending 15k on an R32 GTR

    Quote Originally Posted by G'day Mate View Post
    I'm not sure I believe the whole "laid-back" thing any more, although I don't really have anything to compare it to. If you really want laid back then perhaps Darwin or far-north Queensland would suit you. Watch out for the crocs though.
    Australia is still very laid back compared to the rest of the world, it's probably the thing I enjoy most when I'm back home

    The time to move to aus was probably 10 years ago when the mining boom was still in it's infancy but it's still a pretty good place to be. It has lots of animals that can kill you but has universal healthcare so (mostly) we can fix you. Ultra expensive corvettes but cheap GTRs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kchrpm View Post
    That's ok, I presume I will be able to woo a sugar mama before I leave the airport.
    Well you did have your arm around Angela White,who just happens to be Australian......

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMOA View Post
    Australia is still very laid back compared to the rest of the world, it's probably the thing I enjoy most when I'm back home
    Fair enough

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