Relocation to Adelaide
Adelaide is renowned for its effortless style and class. A small city of around 1.2 million people, it is often regarded as “the city of churches.” Adelaide is not just a location with outstanding buildings of worship; the CBD (central business district) is also surrounded by lush parklands which cushion the surrounding suburbs and minimises traffic jams.
The city is also one of the most cost-effective in Australia, with the average house costing almost half of its’ equivalent in Sydney.
If you love wine, you won’t be disappointed in Adelaide. With impressive wine regions such as the beautiful Barossa Valley just a short drive away, there are plenty of reasons to escape the hustle and bustle of work life and experience the finest wineries in Australia.
Once you have finished wining and dining, why not enjoy the many festivals Adelaide has to offer? There are a plethora of options on options, such as: arts festivals, music festivals such as WOMADelaide (an internationally renowned World Music festival), comedy festivals and fringe festivals.
Adelaide is relatively easy to navigate, the cost of living is low and enjoys a comfortable climate. The median house price in 2010 was $400,000, which is considerably lower than other Australian cities such as Sydney or Melbourne. About 24% of Adelaide locals were born overseas, which ensures a variety of culture and cosmopolitanism in the city.
Adelaide is a quiet city and it can be difficult for newcomers to break into established networks. However, Expat’s consultants’ expertise and experience can assist and support you with not only home and school requirement, but also information on where to go to pursue networks and interests.