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Old Nov 22nd 2002, 4:46 pm
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Could anyone tell me if you have to pass a driving test or is it just the theory.
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Old Nov 23rd 2002, 1:22 am
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I have just arrived in Melbourne, and converted my UK licence to a Victoria licence by passing the theory test. No driving test.
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Old Nov 23rd 2002, 8:23 am
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Originally posted by a1macc
I have just arrived in Melbourne, and converted my UK licence to a Victoria licence by passing the theory test. No driving test.
Thanks, how are you finding Melbourne? Where abouts are you living? we are going to rent between Williamstown and Frankston
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Old Nov 23rd 2002, 9:43 pm
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Thanks, how are you finding Melbourne? Where abouts are you living? we are going to rent between Williamstown and Frankston

well, that just about covers all of metropolitan melbourne.......certainly the 88km of bayside from one side to the other ! that is a lot of real estate to investigate.
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Originally posted by stay or go ?
well, that just about covers all of metropolitan melbourne.......certainly the 88km of bayside from one side to the other ! that is a lot of real estate to investigate.
I know its a lot, it should ideally be in the middle of those two, preferably near the beach.
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Old Nov 25th 2002, 1:29 am
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just an example of cost etc in brighton beach area . trendy and on the beach. if error comes up just click top left residental for rent and carry on.

http://www.cpnet.com.au/asp/rrlist.a...%20Property%20(%20Elwood%20)&locatione=Bay%20Area

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Old Nov 25th 2002, 12:46 pm
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Originally posted by aussie bloke
just an example of cost etc in brighton beach area . trendy and on the beach. if error comes up just click top left residental for rent and carry on.

http://www.cpnet.com.au/asp/rrlist.a...%20Property%20(%20Elwood%20)&locatione=Bay%20Area
Thanks for that I will sit and have a good look through
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