I live in Melbourne and am wanting to move to Queensland, I'm married with two little girls 4.

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StephenWhale 2yrs+
I would consider coorparoo, norman park and camp hill as great suburbs and less stuck up then ashgrove,bardon, the gap and even newmarket- though the last mentioned suburb has a lot of character and not as yuppified. You will find a lot of blow ins all over se qld. I dont think there is any part of brisbane to avoid nowadays. Suburbs like clayfield,eagle farm, nundah, aspley, zillmere,virginia and chermside have a lot going for them and you can get on to highway to sunshine coast very easily. Geebung is a great investment suburb.
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Hi Krissy, Ashgrove is a great family suburb and should definitely be on your list to visit whether buying or selling.
Regards Brigette Righton
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Mark Diamond 2yrs+
Hi Krissy1980, are you considering a move to Brisbane? Would you be interested in buying or renting a property? Please let me know & I will try to provide you with some information. Regards Mark
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