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#1 jak'n'jil

Posted 26 December 2012 - 02:13 PM

Ok what are the pro's and con's of either place to live, primary schools, population, shopping, best suburbs, rental costs, weather, vacation care, etc.

Big choice I have job offers for both but have no idea which to take. My kids require extra help as they have severe learning disabilities but are doing fairly well with help 3 times a week. So a supportive school for both myself and kids they are currently in a school of 800+ and the principal knows them and will help us with any school related issues. We are interstate so big move with no family for back up and I am a shift worker
who will need a quiet neighbourhood for sleeping during the day. I am leaning towards gosford due to cheaper flights from newcastle as the kids will probably want to visit family and friends but then again who knows.
We love the easy life, beaches, good community to live in, just the usual things, the only must have is good, reliable internet service.

So hit me with everything you can.  I have been googling both areas but it is rather overwhelming to say the least as I do not know which area I should be concentrating on.


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