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Slip off to eforea Spa for a total relaxing and pampering experience.

Table set-up of a breakfast at Café Duban, exterior terrace. Hike through the rainforest or set out on a kayaking or diving adventure.

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There is a sudden slowdown in pulse, action, lights, crowds, and generally anything you may have encountered in a Hong Kong or Sydney.

The following Centrelink payments are not considered primary support payments for the purpose of this policy: If a client who was born in Australia or has a right to Australian citizenship is unable to provide a birth certificate or proof of a Centrelink primary support payment, the social housing provider will refer them to the NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages for information on how to obtain a birth certificate.

An Australian birth certificate is an essential status document and the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages can provide birth certificates where the birth has been registered.

You’ll get unrivalled local tips to help you explore the surrounding scenery, whether you’re staying in a B&B in one of Lancashire’s historic towns or a guest house in the heart of the countryside.

Clients applying for social housing must provide proof of Australian citizenship or permanent residency for every person on their application who is aged 18 years and over.

The landlord cannot prematurely end a fixed-term lease.In exceptional circumstances Temporary residents may be considered for a few days of temporary accommodation if they are escaping family or domestic violence (including where a child has been assessed to be at risk of harm from this situation) if no other accommodation options are available.