Moving to Adelaide from Canada

Relocating to Adelaide

Times constantly change but Adelaide continues to stay in the top 10 most livable cities time and again. Adelaidean’s enjoy living north of the Fleurieu Peninsula, between the Gulf St Vincent in the west and the Mount Lofty Ranges in the east.
Known as ‘The City of Churches’, caring for and helping ones neighbours impacts many parts of local society. Health care, aging issues and social services are large factors in this city.

Tips For Moving to Adelaide

Adelaide has rainfall, mostly during the fall and winter. Typically June sees the most precipitation. Winters are cool with summers hot and mostly dry. The plains around Adelaide contribute to its windy city reputation. November through March are the preferred time of year for moving.

The layout of Adelaide is a source of pride. It has avoided both classic traffic problems and obstacles to growth. It is a cosmopolitan city with the usual traffic flow realities, but without the constipation narrow roads and disjointed streets typically cause. There are greater distances between shopping centres and community services than we are used to in Canada. Having a car matters. Movers arriving on time is the norm with this destination.

There are great local activities: the nearby countryside offers wineries, the beach, hiking and camping. The Adelaide farmers markets are tremendous as well.

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