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Hi,

Hubbie started talking of going to the Atherton Tablelands instead f Melborne.
He says they don't have water shortage over there and the climate is milder than the rest of Queensland.

Is anyone here living there? How is it like?:ranger:

Thanks.

Cheers,
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Sorry I've never even heard of Atherton Tablelands but if you're looking for place with water check out Mount Gambier since we don't have water shortages :) That wasn't a factor in our decision - we simply loved the place. It's only 25,000 people and it's a regional area which means that it may not suit everyone since we have low crime, no pollution, a series of 5 cars is though to be a traffic jam etc. :D

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I think the living will be rural. It is mainly known for dairy farming. So if I say "Devonshire in the Tropics" maybe I'm not far off.

Have a look here first:
Atherton Tableland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hi,

Hubbie started talking of going to the Atherton Tablelands instead f Melborne.
He says they don't have water shortage over there and the climate is milder than the rest of Queensland.

Is anyone here living there? How is it like?:ranger:

Thanks.

Cheers,
Busyte
 
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