Moving to Melbourne | Mrs Jibril

Hi Lovelies, Welcome back, if you are new here I hope you will enjoy my content and become a regular visitor.
As some of you already know from my post Moving & Starting a New Chapter… From Kenya to Australia I moved back to Melbourne Last year with my son and from my pervious post We got it – Our Australian Partner Visa granted in 4 Months you could tell that my husband will be joining us in a few weeks.

I thought it would only be appropriate to share tips and things you should know before moving to Melbourne. Melbourne is one of the most expensive cities to live in but it is also the most livable city in the world seven years in a row*
*According to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Livability index

Moving to Melbourne
My latest video on YouTube sheds the light on cost of living, renting, public transport and jobs in Melbourne. I tried to make a video that is as informative as possible to anyone considering moving or if you are just curious about these things.

Head over to my YouTube channel and watch my latest video. I would love if all my readers can support me on YouTube as much as you support my blog because I’m relatively new to the mummy YouTube community.

I have a lot of content planned for both my blog and YouTube channel so if you are not following my blog and subscribe to my YouTube channel please do.

If you are feeling a little lazy to head over to YouTube to watch my latest video, don’t worry there is a widget on the right side where you can watch it.

Have you ever been to Australia?

Thanks for stopping by,

You can find this post linked to this fabulous blog link up

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4 thoughts on “Moving to Melbourne | Mrs Jibril

  1. dancjulian says:

    Congrats on your successful relocation! I’ve never been anywhere south of the equator, but it’s definitely on my bucket list to visit the land down under. Look forward to more from you. Cheers!

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  2. Musings of a tired mummy...zzz... says:

    I hope the weeks until your husband joins you race by so you can settle in properly. I’d love to visit Australia one day. Thanks for linking up with #globalblogging

    Liked by 1 person

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