MOVED: Renae Bryan and daughter Zara loved their holiday on the Coffs Coast so much they’re considering relocating the family from Adelaide – but they want the inside scoop on what life’s really like from locals first.
MOVED: Renae Bryan and daughter Zara loved their holiday on the Coffs Coast so much they’re considering relocating the family from Adelaide – but they want the inside scoop on what life’s really like from locals first. Submitted

Family wants the good oil on Coffs

A FAMILY considering moving to the Coffs Coast want to hear your opinion before making their final decision.

Renae Bryan and her family recently visited the region on holiday from Adelaide and loved it so much they want to relocate.

“The reason behind a move to Coffs Harbour is all about chasing a better work/life balance and reconnecting and having true quality time with family, slowing things down a bit I suppose,” Mrs Bryan said.

“Coffs Harbour topped the short list due to easy access to beaches, bushwalks and beautiful surrounds but also the size of it – it’s not too big, not too small – and that it’s a university town which may be utilised if the want is there in the future.”

What she wants from you is the ‘inside scoop’ on the best places to live, schools, job opportunities and everyday things locals know.

Forward any advice or comments you have for The Bryans to editorial@coffscoastadvocate.com.au.

Here are some questions she’d like feedback on:

> What is it really like to live in Coffs Harbour?

> Where are the best spots (or worst) to live?

> What are the high schools like?

> What will life be like for teenagers?

> Does the Pacific Highway cause a bother?

> What about jobs?

> What is the live music scene like?



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