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#1 Irishgal1979

Posted 16 March 2019 - 09:11 PM

Hey so we're  moving to Perth with our two kids 6 and 8. Just wondering do any suburbs see kids playing outside like they  used to.  We're  moving from Ireland so looking at areas such as Baldivis and  Rockingham  or Spearwood and Aubin Grove. Any advice on theses areas would be much appreciated.  Schools and kids playing outside are the big ones for us.  Thanks

#2 jkate_

Posted 16 March 2019 - 10:10 PM

Hey I am in Secret Harbour, so near Rockingham and Baldivis.  Our street has quite a few kids/families playing outside after school/on weekends.  Most of the kids that we see in school uniform just go go the local primary or high school in the suburb.
There are lots of UK migrants in my local area if that is something you are looking for.

#3 Kafkaesque

Posted 16 March 2019 - 11:48 PM

Yep kids do at outside but you need to be in the right area if you want kids playing with neighbouring kids.

I’m not in the areas you mention but if you were to find somewhere close to local school then there should be kids around.

Our street only has 8 houses on it but three of them have kids similar ages so at least a few times a week they all end up out there riding scooters, playing handball or something.

#4 IShallWearTinsel

Posted 17 March 2019 - 01:54 AM

I'm in regional WA and lots of kids outdoors here. Our neighbours are elderly but we have a park across the road which is busy

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