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Which blue mountains town to live in? 18-Feb-2015 At 11:18:51 AM climberman
On 18/02/2015 Byron wrote:
>I'm curious too, we are considering a move up there in a while. One of
>our criteria was also to consider the relative commute to Sydney, as we'd
>likely need to get there a couple times a week for work. At the moment
>we reckon maybe the distance is arbitrary once you're up there, so go for
>what we like best (most likely Blackheath)... keen to hear more.

I can confirm that Blackheath to Sydney is a loooooong way for work.

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