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My top 2 tips for stuff to bring to Oz.

My top 2 tips for stuff to bring to Oz.

Old Jan 2nd 2008, 8:56 pm
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Default Re: My top 2 tips for stuff to bring to Oz.

I will add another tip.

Portable DVD player for the kids.

Makes all that traveling through suburbs bearable.
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Old Jan 2nd 2008, 11:03 pm
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Default Re: My top 2 tips for stuff to bring to Oz.

Originally Posted by gidxg03 View Post
Just a quick post to say we have been in Melbourne just over 2 weeks and are loving it. Best decision we ever made to move here. 2 tips for those coming out are:

1/ GPS - Tom Tom or simular. We have found this invaluable when looking at rentals/places to buy/doing day to day stuff.

2/ UK to OZ travel adaptors. The bane of our life since we arrived. All our plugs are UK and we have found it very hard to find adaptors. The ones we did find were expensive ($7.50 each). Bring a few with you.
Once you have TomTom (either on a PDA or as a standalone unit), you can download Points of Interest from http://www.ozpoi.com/Downloads.html. Never be stuck without knowing where the nearest bunnings, mcdonalds or winery is ever again!

Cheers

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