Over the last year, we have been highlighting some of the most popular cities in Australia where you might choose to move to. In our first recap series, we featured city spotlights in Queensland: Brisbane, Toowoomba, Cairns, Townsville, Sunshine Coast, and Gold Coast. In our second recap, we featured city spotlights where you might move to in New South Wales  including Sydney, Wollongong, Maitland, Newcastle, and Tweed Heads. Now, we will be recapping some of the most popular cities in the other, less populated states and territories that we have previous covered including Canberra in Australian Capital Territory as well as Melbourne and Geelong in Victoria. If you are moving to any of these cities, we hope that this guide and the related detailed posts for each city will help you make a decision or learn about your new city and the easiest way to hire a moving truck to move there. Continue reading

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Geelong is a port city located in Victoria on Corio Bay and the Barwon River, west of Melbourne. It is the second most populated city in Victoria behind Melbourne with about 300,000 residents. It offers residents a place to live that still have a city feel but with a big sense of community. It is close to businesses, the beach, gold courses, wineries and much more. The cost of living is less that Melbourne along with less hustle and bustle. The city aims to provide the best work/life balance for its residents. Geelong and the surrounding region is an important part of the Victorian state economy. It is just about an hour drive from Melbourne. The City of Great Geelong is the administrative centre and municipality which covers the urban and surrounding areas. The metropolitan area runs from the plains of Lara to the north down to Waurn Ponds in the south with its rolling hills. The city extends from the bay to the east out to the hills of the west. It is also well-known as the gateway to the amazing holiday road trip on The Great Ocean Road. Continue reading

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