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Expat Experiences > Australia

Australia

Reeva Cutting, Perth

Posted by: Scar on Thursday July 07, 2016 (09:50:50)   (764 Reads)
Reeva Cutting
Who are you?

Reeva Cutting.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

First I moved from South Africa to England after I finished university. I had no idea what sort of job I would be able to find when I finished my degree. I was able to get a visa for the UK so I moved to England where a lot of my family already moved.   more ...

Expat Experiences > Australia

Australia

Emily Anne Thomason, Brisbane

Posted by: Scar on Monday June 27, 2016 (04:13:43)   (702 Reads)
Emily Anne Thomason
Who are you?

I am a small town girl from Arkansas/Texas that wants to explore the world one memory at a time. After I got married I was blessed with the initials EAT, so there was the idea for my blog. My blog is all about our adventures, packing up, exploring, and learning other cultures.   more ...

Expat Experiences > Australia

Australia

Kerstin Höfner, Manly

Posted by: Scar on Friday May 20, 2016 (05:01:01)   (718 Reads)
Manly, Australia
Who are you?

I am a traveler, explorer, a true seeker, always searching for the bigger, better and more fulfilling in life. I am lucky enough to call the Northern Beaches my home and the ocean my backyard. I have found my true home in Manly, this is where I belong.   more ...

Expat Experiences > Australia

Australia

Jayne Gorman, Sydney

Posted by: Scar on Wednesday May 18, 2016 (04:42:05)   (713 Reads)
Jayne Gorman
Who are you?

I'm a freelance travel blogger and writer who loves street art and sweet treats.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

I moved to Sydney in June 2014. I met my Aussie husband in London 5 years ago and after living together in London for a few years we decided to try his country on for size.   more ...

Expat Experiences > Australia

Australia

Nicola Sutcliffe, Melbourne

Posted by: scar on Tuesday February 09, 2016 (09:04:50)   (1204 Reads)
Nicola Sutcliffe
Who are you?

I'm Nicola Sutcliffe and from Manchester in the UK. I live in Melbourne and work in marketing communications and also write a blog, 'Upside Down', based on my experiences as an expat. I'm also a mummy to a three-year-old crazy lady.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

Our journey to Oz began in early 2010 when the British environmental consultancy I had been working for was taken over by an Australian-owned organisation.   more ...

Expat Experiences > Australia

Australia

Jennifer Burge, Brisbane

Posted by: Anonymous on Monday June 29, 2015 (12:40:02)   (1299 Reads)
Jennifer Burge
Who are you?

I'm an American writer living in a peaceful bush suburb north of Brisbane, Australia. This is after 30 years in the United States, a year in Germany, five years in Holland, and four years in Singapore. I grew up on the shore of Lake Erie, west of Cleveland, Ohio. As a proud Buckeye, I graduated from Ohio State University in 1994.   more ...

Expat Experiences > Australia

Australia

Courtney Alkek, Brisbane

Posted by: Carole on Wednesday April 22, 2015 (00:04:46)   (1256 Reads)
Who are you?

I am Courtney Alkek, an American expat who lives in Australia.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

We moved to Brisbane, Australia in July of 2014 for my husband’s job.

What challenges did you face during the move?

Deciding what to bring, what to sell or donate and what to store was probably the most stressful part of the moving process.   more ...

Expat Experiences > Australia

Australia

Laura Hinderaker, Melbourne

Posted by: Carole on Wednesday April 08, 2015 (20:11:00)   (1132 Reads)
Laura
Who are you?

I'm Laura, originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota. I'm a 26 year old expat living in Melbourne, Australia.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

My husband and I moved to Melbourne, Australia in July 2014 for his job at a local University.

What challenges did you face during the move?

We were living in Missouri prior to our move to Melbourne, so we had to move all of the belongings we did not want to bring to Australia to our parents' houses in Minnesota.   more ...

Expat Experiences > Australia

Australia

Rita Azar, Melbourne

Posted by: Carole on Saturday June 14, 2014 (21:09:36)   (3295 Reads)
Rita Azar
Who are you?

Hello everyone! I’m Rita and I’m French Canadian, born and raised in Montréal. I also have a Lebanese background. My first language is French and I also speak Arabic. I studied law and practiced as a criminal lawyer for four years in Canada. But, a trip to Italy in 2006 changed my life. I met an Australian man who, later, became my husband. I blog at The Crafty Expat about my love for words, my many hobbies and my life as an expat in Melbourne.   more ...

Expat Experiences > Australia

Australia

Diana, Perth (Western Australia)

Posted by: Carole on Sunday April 27, 2014 (20:05:11)   (3422 Reads)
Diana
Who are you?

I'm Diana from Vancouver, Canada. I work in PR, sales and marketing. I'm a passionate writer, budding photographer and dual citizen of both Canada and Australia living in gorgeous, sunny Perth.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

I moved to Perth, Western Australia almost two years ago to this day. In fact, this month marks my two-year expat birthday!

Crazy, I know - but I moved for a long distance relationship. I met my future fiancée on a trip to Hawaii. And decided to give it a go. My parents are originally from Perth.   more ...

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