1. I think I‘d move to Paddington, Sydney, NSW. It’s so close to the art galleries & museums, & the bus service is so much better than where I’ve lived for most of my long life, where we have 1 bus per hr, & NO buses on Sundays!

  2. Bankstown. I just wanna stay in my home side of the city. No eastern, northern or north shore suburbs. Just the good ol’ South West.

  3. Upper North Shore, large blocks, green tall trees and I can get a park outside the post office or bank when I want to. Kids and dog love it.

  4. Point Piper water front mansion or Surry Hills in a big renovated warehouse, with the roof converted into a large outdoor area complete with infinity pool

  5. I’ve lived in beautiful houses right on Pittwater at Clareville (next to Avalon), on the beach at Dee Why in the beautiful Northern Beaches and with a view of the Bridge at the waterfront at Neutral Bay Wharf…..and the best place we’ve lived so far – Brookvale! Friendly, down-to-earth and a view of Brookie Oval! It’s also the cheapest place we’ve lived in Sydney! So money doesn’t bring happiness! Hellish neighbour experiences in NB & Clareville!

  6. Where I rent now Balmain, but If I could make some changes I would 1. Put a northern beach there 2. I would live in a mansion a la Vaucluse style!

  7. Collaroy – Edgecliffe Boulevards. The most amazing views of the ocean and there’s lake. 45 mins to city by very regular express buses. Great village feel


  8. Springwood, in the Lower Blue Mountains. Now closer to Sydney by car or train. No smog (temperate climate), No high-rise, No MacDonalds & No Woolworths. Within a world heritage National Park.

  9. I’d stay in my area and buy a big old Victorian house – Annandale, Stanmore, Petersham, parts of Newtown and Enmore.

  10. As an ex-sydneysider, I have to say Newcastle. In Merewether or Cooks Hill, we’re on the coast, on the way up and the quality of life is amazing!

  11. Kirribilli, vaucluse, wollahra, balmoral, rose bay. Anywhere lower north shore or eastern suburbs practically lol

  12. haberfield, it has a great community feel, some lovely houses and close to the city not to mention the best pasticceria in Sydney

  13. It’s got to be Church Point with a waterfront and of course facing the right way to make the most of the sun. Peaceful, near a NP and with a deep water frontage. Now that can’t be bad.

  14. Waterfront in Oatley West, quite, peaceful, national park nearby and still in the middle of Sydney – close to everything. Wouldn’t move…


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