Arts and Culture in Melbourne

By Kirsty Parsons - November 19, 2014
Arts and Culture in Melbourne

One of the great reasons for moving to the city is the arts and culture in Melbourne and the more you interact with what’s going on locally after your move, the quicker you’ll integrate yourself into your new life by building a routine, starting new hobbies (or continuing existing ones) and meeting new friends. And seeing that it’s deemed an international cultural centre, there are plenty of ways to immerse yourself in local life once you reach Melbourne…

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Public transport in Chicago - an expat guide

By Kirsty Parsons - November 19, 2014
Public transport in Chicago - an expat guide

Moving to a new city is daunting enough at the best of times – but when that city in question is thousands of miles away in a whole other continent it can be even more so. One of the minor concerns you might be starting to have is how you’re going to get around once you get there – especially if you’re leaving your car behind and will be without another for a while. However, you don’t need to worry too much – public transport in Chicago is excellent, so you’ll never be stuck for a way to get...

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Shopping in Melbourne: 6 great places for expats to start!

By Kirsty Parsons - November 19, 2014
Shopping in Melbourne: 6 great places for expats to start!

Wherever you are in Melbourne, you won’t fail to notice the abundance of shops on offer. Whatever you’re after, you’ll be sure to find it in any one of the department stores, malls and quirky markets. If you’re a newcomer after a few tips to get started, then here’s our guide on where's best for shopping in Melbourne…

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Expat guide to Public Transport in Perth

By Bournes International Moves - November 19, 2014
Expat guide to Public Transport in Perth

If you’re confused about how you’ll get around when you move to Perth then here’s our quick guide on public transport in Perth. Moving to the other side of the world can be a challenging enough task without the added worry of trying to get your bearings once you’re there.

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Public transport in Vancouver - expat guide

By Kirsty Parsons - November 19, 2014
Public transport in Vancouver - expat guide

Whether it be for work or to run errands, it’s important to know how to use public transport once you reach Vancouver. Luckily, the public transport links here are excellent, so if you’re without a car for a while then you can be assured that getting from A to B won’t be a problem…

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