Moving To Adelaide from Canada
Perspective on Moving to Adelaide, Australia
Tips For Moving to Adelaide
1. Adelaide has rainfall, mostly during the fall and winter. Typically June sees the most precipitation. Winters can be cool with summers hot and mostly dry. The plains around Adelaide support it being a windy city. Typically, November through March are the preferred time of year for moves.
2. The layout of Adelaide has provided a source of pride in that it avoided classic traffic problems and obstacles to growth. It is a cosmopolitan city susceptible to traffic flow realities but without the constipation narrow roads and disjointed streets typically cause. You will however find greater distance between shopping centres and community service destinations than we are used to in Canada. Movers arriving on time is the norm, as they are familiar with times needed to travel.
3. The cost of housing can be considered a little high but that is offset by other expenditures being on the inexpensive side and the frequently experienced positive work and life balance. Remember however that Adelaide flights are significantly expensive, balanced off against it being a very comfortable place to be.