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Dear kaz 101 . I need to know about the living cost of western Australia per month .
or Relocation cost like Flight + Freight and Initial accommodation ?

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Rent $150
Food $200
Other $200

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Dear kaz 101 . I need to know about the living cost of western Australia per month .
or Relocation cost like Flight + Freight and Initial accommodation ?
depends on how you live cook at home or eat outside...living in share house or seprate appartment.

for shared 150-190 rent p/w including bills of gas, electic, internet, water
food if cook at home then its good will cost u around 200-300 per month..(as you have to consider thing on upper side as well. an it will cost u double a month if u eat outside..
Rest is ur public transport and mobile bills which will around 100-150 depends in which area u live....

if u go with seprate house rent would be 350 for 1 bedroom (furnished or 400 for 1 bedroom p/w
MOnthly bill will be around 150 for 2 person a month
food will again remain same just make it double if 2 persons live
and transport remain the same but to find seprate house u need to deposit 1 month rent as deposit and 2 weeks advance rent which is standard here...........hope it will help u...
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depends on how you live cook at home or eat outside...living in share house or seprate appartment.
for shared 150-190 rent p/w including bills of gas, electic, internet, water
food if cook at home then its good will cost u around 200-300 per month..(as you have to consider thing on upper side as well. an it will cost u double a month if u eat outside..
Rest is ur public transport and mobile bills which will around 100-150 depends in which area u live....

if u go with seprate house rent would be 350 for 1 bedroom (furnished or 400 for 1 bedroom p/w
MOnthly bill will be around 150 for 2 person a month
food will again remain same just make it double if 2 persons live
and transport remain the same but to find seprate house u need to deposit 1 month rent as deposit and 2 weeks advance rent which is standard here...........hope it will help u...
Dear Mr Kumar .
I am applying 489 visa for Western Australia .
while i am filling my form i am in trouble with these questions ??
Estimate the cost of your relocation to WA (AUD$ ie flights, freight, initial accommodation).
????????
Excluding these relocation costs please provide an estimate of your liquid funds that are available for your re-settlement to Western Australia (AUD$).
????????
Where will these funds come from?
????????
Provide details on how your researched the cost of living in WA.
????????
Estimate the cost of living in WA, per month.
????????
Provide a breakdown of your estimate.
????????
I confirm that I am able to sustain myself (including dependants) adequately if my application is successful.

I dont know these costs . Help me plz.
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Estimate the cost of your relocation to WA (AUD$ ie flights, freight, initial accommodation).
????????
10000 AUD

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Excluding these relocation costs please provide an estimate of your liquid funds that are available for your re-settlement to Western Australia (AUD$).
????????
75000 AUD

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Where will these funds come from?
????????
From cash in hand and owned property.


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Provide details on how your researched the cost of living in WA.
????????
reference:
Aussiemove***suburb profiles, accommodation, schools, real estate, jobs in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Darwin and Hobart.
reiwa.com.au - Perth real estate WA, property land new homes developments for sale rent REIWA
Cost of Living in Australia
Cost of Living in Australia. Prices in Australia.
Cost of Living in Australia: My Personal Experience | Jennie n'est plus en France


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Estimate the cost of living in WA, per month.
????????
total = 4845 AUD

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Provide a breakdown of your estimate.
????????
house rent = 1800 AUD
electricity = 150 AUD
gas = 65 AUD
water = 110 AUD
phone = 100 AUD
internet = 50 AUD
TV = 70 AUD
health care = 300 AUD
transport = 600 AUD
food = 1200 AUD
recreation = 400 AUD


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10000 AUD

75000 AUD

From cash in hand and owned property.

reference:
Aussiemove***suburb profiles, accommodation, schools, real estate, jobs in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Darwin and Hobart.
reiwa.com.au - Perth real estate WA, property land new homes developments for sale rent REIWA
Cost of Living in Australia
Cost of Living in Australia. Prices in Australia.
Cost of Living in Australia: My Personal Experience | Jennie n'est plus en France

total = 4845 AUD

house rent = 1800 AUD
electricity = 150 AUD
gas = 65 AUD
water = 110 AUD
phone = 100 AUD
internet = 50 AUD
TV = 70 AUD
health care = 300 AUD
transport = 600 AUD
food = 1200 AUD
recreation = 400 AUD

Hope these answers will help.
That 75k AUD for setting up: it's to buy Car(s) and house downpayment?

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That 75k AUD for setting up: it's to buy Car(s) and house downpayment?
That is liquid fund to transfer if necessary....

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Dear Mr Kumar .
I am applying 489 visa for Western Australia .
while i am filling my form i am in trouble with these questions ??
Estimate the cost of your relocation to WA (AUD$ ie flights, freight, initial accommodation).
????????
Excluding these relocation costs please provide an estimate of your liquid funds that are available for your re-settlement to Western Australia (AUD$).
????????
Where will these funds come from?
????????
Provide details on how your researched the cost of living in WA.
????????
Estimate the cost of living in WA, per month.
????????
Provide a breakdown of your estimate.
????????
I confirm that I am able to sustain myself (including dependants) adequately if my application is successful.

I dont know these costs . Help me plz.
Regards Usman Arif
for intial stay i mentioned the cost figures in my last post and about other expences...like flight u will get it around 28000 for thai airways and they are allowing 47 kg (40 Lugage + 7 cabin lugage)..but i have heard from friends that they are closing this option and from 1 july it will be only 27 kg standard...but for luggage u can look for Malaysiain airline they allow extra lugage at cheap cost....and one more thing even for shared house u have to pay 2 week rent as deposit...if u need any help for initial stay in shared house then i can talk to my owner he will allow u to stay here on around 150 p/w rent but u have to share room. this place is close to transport and other food options and supermarket.

WHen i checked WA fund declaration 1 year back that time u need to show around 10000 plus 10000 per person..it could be in state of your property your fix deposits, you car cost and even jewellary u got will be good to show.and try to show at least 50 % as cash in your account and for good impression try to maintain that funds in your account at least for 3 months.

for estimate cost in WA depends where u live i mentioned in my last page of this thread...there r place 20 km away from city where u can find full furnished house in 350 but as u try to move close to city cost will increase and can go upto 600 for 2 bedroom furnished in main perth CBD.

all these cost basically for ur survival in case u can't find for 1 year lets guess then govt want to know from your side will be able to manage at ur own for that much of time or not...so thats why they need fund declaration form you......any thing else feel free to write me...COming to India for 2 days.....Cheers..

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10000 AUD



75000 AUD



From cash in hand and owned property.




reference:
Aussiemove***suburb profiles, accommodation, schools, real estate, jobs in Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Darwin and Hobart.
reiwa.com.au - Perth real estate WA, property land new homes developments for sale rent REIWA
Cost of Living in Australia
Cost of Living in Australia. Prices in Australia.
Cost of Living in Australia: My Personal Experience | Jennie n'est plus en France




total = 4845 AUD



house rent = 1800 AUD
electricity = 150 AUD
gas = 65 AUD
water = 110 AUD
phone = 100 AUD
internet = 50 AUD
TV = 70 AUD
health care = 300 AUD
transport = 600 AUD
food = 1200 AUD
recreation = 400 AUD


Hope these answers will help.
everything seem ok accept for your food, transport...your transport cost will never cost you more than 400 $ doesn't matter wherever u r travelling in perth by bus or train in any zone at time of day or night......and for ur food if u cook at home max it will go 800 per month for 2 either u eat veg or non veg food.........

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well to settle down 75000 k AUD is tooooo high in 75 k u can survive here for 2 years with family of 3 person......without earing a single doller....

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