Gold Coast

Living on the Gold Coast

Gold Coast

The Gold Coast has a population of just over half a million people and is an area of Queensland situated on the eastern coast, about one hour’s drive south of Brisbane. But unlike Brisbane, this place really is on the beach. And right in the centre of those beautiful beaches is Surfers Paradise, probably the area’s main attraction.Gold Coast Location

But the Gold Coast is not all about beaches. The area is also enriched by the surrounding hinterlands, mountains and spectacular national parks, all of which are breathtaking. Tambourine Mountain is especially worth a visit. The Gold Coast also boasts over 400 km of canals and is home to a spectacular array of sea life and wildlife.

The Gold Coast also has a cluster of theme parks, it’s Australia’s theme park capital; with Movie World, Wet ‘n’ Wild, Sea World, White Water World, Dreamworld as well as the Australian Outback Spectacular and for nature lovers, the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.

So, you see? It’s not all about beaches. But the Gold Coast does still have beaches aplenty, over 40 km stretching from Southport all the way down to Coolangatta on the New South Wales border. And these beaches are just perfect for surfing.

I’m not sure, but the already mentioned Surfers Paradise may well be the most commercial Beach in Australia, that’s what I am told. But I am a guy who has been to Blackpool and I was born in Southend. Both of those beaches resorts ARE commercial. To me, Surfers was quiet by comparison.

But I am told that late nights over the weekend it can get quite boisterous. But if Surfers is still too busy for you, there are plenty of other beaches to choose from in the area that are even quieter.

So beaches, mountains, hinterland, theme parks, canals, surely this has got to be the best place to live in Australia? Perhaps, but it is very much a tourist area and it is also probably one of the most expensive area in Australia to live in. It’s a close call between it and Sydney.

What’s the weather like?

Gold Coast Annual Weather ChartBeing only around 70 kilometres south of Brisbane, the weather on the Gold Coast is not too dissimilar from that of the city.

Although it does boast even more sunshine, getting around eight hours each day. Again, winters are very mild so you can make use of the beaches all year round.

Possible severe weather around the Gold Coast are, again, as in Brisbane, cyclones and some flooding.

The areas of the Gold Coast:

Gold Coast Map
The Gold Coast can be broken down into four main areas:

  • North Gold Coast – including Outer North and Inner North
  • Central Gold Coast – including both North Shore and South Shore
  • South Gold Coast – the South Coast area
  • The Hinterland – including the Central Hinterland and the South Hinterland

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AM September 19, 2015 at 12:51 am

Hey Bob! I’m a medical student from Portugal and i would love to live in australia once i graduate. I’m taking some english courses and i was even thinking of specializing in australia after i graduate. I would like to ask how the general scenario is for for foreign doctors finding a job in oz (specialy for those like me who want to specialize there) and if it’s easy to choose a particular area to live.


BobinOz September 21, 2015 at 12:47 pm

Sorry, that’s not a question I can answer. You would need to talk to a medical recruitment Specialist for the latest situation on opportunities for doctors in Australia.

Good luck, Bob


Jude September 17, 2015 at 12:39 am

Hey Bob,

Hows it going mate? You know I am an avid follower of your blog. I got a working sponsorship visa in Gold Coast in Benowa area. I am currently residing in Bendigo Victoria, and travel a lot to Melbourne. Would you compare Melbs from Gold Coast. Apparently, Melbourne is the most livable city in the world! How would Gold Coast differ from Melbs, aside from the weather. Can you suggest a good place that is near Benowa area to stay? How about safety and public transport?



BobinOz September 17, 2015 at 4:30 pm

Hey Jude

Sorry, you must get that all the time :-)

The Gold Coast is very different to Melbourne, Melbourne is a major city, the Gold Coast isn’t so major. But you are only an hour or so away from Brisbane, so you will have access to city life. Gold Coast, certainly around Surfers Paradise, is very commercialised, lots of nightlife, pubs, and of course surfers.

It’s a safe place, transport is pretty good, and there’s nothing wrong with Benowa, is quite a nice area. If you’re looking for somewhere else to stay though, I will leave that to the locals, I simply do not know all the areas well enough.

Good luck, enjoy the beaches.


Ben Savage September 10, 2015 at 7:08 am

Good morning Bob,
My partner and I along with our 8 month old Son are moving to The Gold Coast mid October and are looking for some short term accommodation before we get all the required documentation to rent as well as being in Australia to view the property.
Do you know of any good websites or anywhere in the GC that offers accommodation around $300-$400 per week that would suit a family of 3?

Kind Regards


BobinOz September 10, 2015 at 3:55 pm

No I don’t Ben, that’s one for a Google search, and it may not be easy to find. Good luck though.


Alexis September 9, 2015 at 11:53 pm

This is such a wonder website ! Very helpful.
My girlfriend and I are looking to move to Australia from South Africa.
We are absolute beach bums, hate the cold and love the out doors so are thinking that the Gold coast would be the best move for us?
I’m looking at starting my own business in Australia, an upmarket watch/jewellery store with the top watch brands.
Do you think a store like that would do well on the Gold coast?


BobinOz September 10, 2015 at 3:28 pm

I don’t know, but if it’s going to work in Australia, that’s one of the places it would. And you’ve got the beaches :-)


Sophie August 29, 2015 at 10:33 pm

Me and my partner are planning the move to Australia in September 2016 and are just starting to plan. What we would like to do is find an area in Australia to work and live and in our holidays/ spare time use this to explore and travel the rest of the country. The only problem being is deciding on a place to live! I am a teacher and my partner works as a welding inspector. We are both in our early 20s so want a nice vibrant place with beaches, bars and restaurants but also affordable. Could you recommend a great place for us? I have been looking at Melbourne and the Gold Coast (however picking a suburb seems impossible!!). Also we have friends who live in Perth and suggest this as being a fantastic place for young people to live? Thanks in advance.


BobinOz August 30, 2015 at 6:05 pm

Nobody else can choose the best place for you to live in, only you can know what’s right for you when you’ve tried it and then love it.

From the sound of it, any one of your potential destinations could suit, but I’d suggest Perth is too isolated to explore the rest of the country during holidays easily, Melbourne has great beaches but not so much the weather to enjoy them, and Gold Coast may well be exactly what you want but for some people is just too commercialised.

Only you can choose though.

Good luck, Bob


Jessie parsons August 20, 2015 at 11:27 pm

Hey Bob, me,my mum and dad all want to move to Australia hopefully in the next couple of years,we are mostly interested in moving to the gold coast as it looks like the ideal sort of lifestyle we would be after and the ideal location, we are going on holiday there in december to look around and view properties,the place itself and activities there to do and also possibly college and universities there or near to there,however I do not know what age you go to college there or start I am studying in the UK at the moment for my a levels in biology and chemistry and am 17 years old i am hoping to do a university course In some sort of science subject maybe even study to be a doctor but I don’t know yet,really I wanted to do my studying in Australia and just go there as soon as I can?my question is do I need to wait till I am 18 to study at college here in Australia or should I just move to Australia when I have completed my a levels in the UK and just study at university in Australia,in the UK we start college as soon as we leave school at 16/17 so I need to get myself orgabised and decide what i am doing,it is also stressing me out that i do not know where to go to find out about getting student visas or any of this information which is why i was hoping you could help,my mum can move there and work there as the company she works for is over in Australia my dad works offshore so I think he could still work for his company over there too,we are only now really looking into the move and going to Australia now we have saved up some money and we are getting closer to our holiday


BobinOz August 21, 2015 at 9:09 pm

Hi Jessie

You don’t have to wait until your 18, you can come over any time to suit you and you will fit in somehow or other. If you check my page about Student Visas and complete the free assessment form you can get there, I have an expert who can guide you.

It’s worth you knowing though that whilst you are under 18 you are regarded as a dependent child and therefore can easily be included in either your mum or your dad’s application. Once you turn 18 you become an adult, and would need to apply in your own right if you are fully independent, but if you are continuing in full-time education then you can still be regarded as ‘dependent’ and therefore still included with your mum or dad’s application.

Because of this, I really think you and your parents should consider discussing your options with a MARA registered migration agent. Good luck, Bob


Barry August 12, 2015 at 5:18 pm

Hi Everyone ,could any body recommend a suburb to move to just outside the Gold Coast as I’m here on a 489 visa and cannot live in the Gold Coast it’s self for another year ,cheers Barry


BobinOz August 13, 2015 at 6:55 pm

I don’t get it Barry, you just said your visa is for South Australia?


Barry August 13, 2015 at 7:14 pm

Hi Bob ,I am allowed to change States as long as my job is on the skills list which it wasn’t in Queensland at the time I started my visa application.


Barry August 8, 2015 at 10:38 pm

I would dearly love to live on the Gold Coast ,but we only have a 489 visa….does anyone now how I could swap States? Please!!!!!!!


BobinOz August 9, 2015 at 7:54 pm

You have a regional visa Barry, you really should observe the terms and conditions upon which that visa was granted to you. There are many many places you could choose to live in that are regional, so why not go to one and give it a go, 100%.

No sense in pining for what you can’t have, instead enjoy what you can have.


Barry August 12, 2015 at 5:45 pm

Hi Bob I forgot to mention my visa is for SA that’s why I asked if anyone could advise as I only know the Gold Coast and would like to move as close to it as possible to it without actually breaking the rules. cheers


Josh June 19, 2015 at 5:38 pm


Not sure if this site is still monitored :). Me and my partner are migrating to Gold Coast in November and are looking to secure some temporary accomodation. Can anyone reccommend a good company / website for this information?




BobinOz June 20, 2015 at 12:45 am

Temporary accommodation is a tough one, you might like to read my articles that talk about this a bit, see…

The article about arriving in Brisbane has some help about finding temporary accommodation that can be applied no matter where you’re going, including the Gold Coast.

Good luck, Bob


hassan April 17, 2015 at 1:49 pm

Hi,bob i am planning to study in australia i have to 2 options adelaide and gold coast which city is good for students and can i find job in gold coast? i like to party hard by the way 😀


BobinOz April 17, 2015 at 8:22 pm

Not many parties in Adelaide, so it’s Gold Coast for you. It’s one great big party all the time there :-)

No guarantee of work anywhere, but you have a good chance on the Goldie, it’s a tourist area, so waiters, bar staff, hospitality work, it’s there.


Mike Dunn April 8, 2015 at 1:11 pm

G”Day Bob
I want to thank you for your comment back on my last posta few years ago. Since then i have been working real hard here in my state of colorado here in the US. Still working on moving to Gold Coast Australia but instead of a work visa i have decided to go back to school instead. I will be attending Griffith University in 2018. Will be working on my second bachelor’s degree but in wildlife biology instead of business.

Still wanting to open my own zoo and aquarium in the gold coast and dedicate it to Steve Irwin and the Irwin family.

I am trying to decide on a location still. Either north or south stradebroke islands or someone else in the gold coast where i can access the ocean water to fill my aquarium with.


BobinOz April 8, 2015 at 7:03 pm

Hi Mike

Good to hear back from you again, and that your plans are still in place. Plenty of time to open that zoo and aquarium, Australia will still be here and it’s a good idea to get some further qualifications first.

Good luck with your plans, I hope it all goes well and I’m looking forward to seeing your setup on the Gold Coast sometime soon.

Cheers, Bob


Jaden April 7, 2015 at 2:37 pm

I just recently got myself a working holiday visa. At first I was thinking about starting out in Melbourne, but lately I’ve been looking into living on the Gold Coast. I’m 23 years old, hoping I can get a job there and it will be a good fit for me.

Does anybody know what the job market is like over there?


BobinOz April 7, 2015 at 6:55 pm

Hopefully somebody who knows the Gold Coast well can give you a clue on this one, but if it helps you can use the links on my page called Getting a Job or a Sponsorship to see what kind of work is currently available in the area.


Sumit kashyap February 22, 2015 at 8:20 pm

Hi bob i am planning to move to australia for living there for study as well job with my spouse..I just want to know about the gold coast life style to Live whether this is better then perth?


BobinOz February 23, 2015 at 5:57 pm

Both places have the ‘beach’ lifestyle, and great weather, I think the major differences are that the Gold Coast is more commercial and probably livelier with a lot of nightlife, Perth is very remote so has less options if you want to jump in a car and drive and is probably more of a family environment.

I wouldn’t say one is better than the other, they are just different.


Belle February 21, 2015 at 12:32 pm

Hiya Bob

I’m Currently living in Melbourne, moved here in Jan last year from NZ. I’m a primary school teacher and was wondering if you knew how easy/difficult it would be to get work there? Wanting to move at the end of the year very desperate to get out of Melbourne.

Belle :)


BobinOz February 22, 2015 at 9:02 pm

Always difficult for me to answer these kinds of questions Belle, they are so specific to the kind of work you do and the area you are looking at. All I can do is point you towards my page about Getting a Job or a Sponsorship and suggest you follow the advice there.

Good luck, Bob


Belle February 22, 2015 at 11:08 pm

Cheers Bob I’ll look into it


tristan February 15, 2015 at 7:14 pm

Hi bob,

Thinking of moving to the gold coast this year. Just wondering regarding the flood in the gold coast is it really bad? thanks hope for your response


BobinOz February 16, 2015 at 3:17 pm

Hi Tristan

There is a flood risk on the Gold Coast, but strangely I think they mostly got away with it during the 2011 floods. I’m only going from memory though, you might want to doublecheck that.

You can also find out more information here…

Hope that helps, Bob


Marcos December 28, 2014 at 7:30 am

Hi Bob and Karol, thank you very much for the info provided.

I am still looking for the best place to live in Australia and got in love with Byron Bay. Would you mind exploring a little more about what you know from this place? Let me tell you a little more about what am I looking for, as it sounded that I am searching for the same as I have here in Brazil (a busy businessman life). I want the opposite, actually, I want to be a small town, simple life, pitoresque, eccentric, artisitic, trendy and adjectives alike… as close as I can to the sea and have the opportunity to get in touch with different kinds of people.

Hope you could get the idea and we can talk a lot more about it, Marcos.


BobinOz December 29, 2014 at 10:58 pm
Marcos December 30, 2014 at 6:29 am

Thank you very much Bob! I`ll keep on studying everything about Australia.


Jen B December 27, 2014 at 11:57 pm

Hi bob.

My family and I have been planning to move to goldcoast, but am not sure if its the right place to raise a family?? We’re from Bunbury, two hours south from Perth, WA, and we find that this town does not provide that much opportunity for sport, education, jobs, etc. I was just wondering if goldcoast is the way to go. Whats the lifestyle, community, crime, etc. like?? (we also have family in nz, and it would be easier for travelling)



BobinOz December 29, 2014 at 10:51 pm

Hi Jen B

I think it’s fair to say that the Gold Coast is a ‘safe’ place to live for a family and I think it will also offer the opportunities you are looking for. That said, the crime rate seems to be higher in the Gold Coast than it is elsewhere in Queensland, so that is a negative.

Friends of mine moved down there three years ago, they have two young children, they are still there and they seem happy. But I do know they are also a little uneasy about the level of crime at times, because when they lived here in Brisbane, especially coming from the quiet western suburbs where we live, bad things very rarely happened.

Personally I think the only reason to live in the Gold Coast is if you really love going to the beach a lot, if not maybe choose Brisbane; no decent beaches up here I’m afraid, but only an hour or so away from either the Gold Coast or the Sunshine Coast.

Good luck, I hope you find somewhere that really suits you and your family sometime soon.



Karol December 19, 2014 at 7:10 pm

I agree with Bob Sydney has the nightlife, beach & more culture.. Very busy but u will b used to that but with many more other different cultures.. Sydney is very expensive to live rent or buy.. Definitely more job opportunities but depends on the field.. Coming from a Latin background Sydney has small communities of different countries but living on the Gold Coast is great for the weather again we r used to the tropical climate I found Sydney too cold but that’s just me.. All the best with your choice you can always move & try new states..


Marcos December 18, 2014 at 2:27 pm

Dear friends, this is a brazilian looking for info on the best place to live in Australia. Trying to go for a beach city (I suf) with lots of music/cultural/nightlife (accostumed to huge capital down here, São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro). How would you rate/compare Gold Coast, Sidney, Byron Bay and Brisbane? Would be amazing if we could consider job opportunities/career development on the opinions.

Thanks and regards, Marcos


BobinOz December 19, 2014 at 6:35 pm

Sydney would definitely be the liveliest of your choices and as Brisbane is no good for beaches or surfing, you would probably want to discount it. The Gold Coast would probably not be big enough for you and Byron Bay would be the hippy’s choice, very laid-back, but again probably not busy enough for you.

So I’d go Sydney. Maybe somebody else can give their views?


Jessica November 21, 2014 at 11:18 am

Hi Bob,

I am am a dual citizen (born in the states) planning to relocate to the Gold Coast. It’s been a long-time dream of mine, and I plan on making it happen next year. Based on the research I have done, there seems to be a lot of public transport. Is it fairly easy to get around from town to town on the Gold Coast? I won’t have a car initially, so I am trying to figure out where to live/work, etc. Is there a town you recommend where it is convenient to get around without a car?


BobinOz November 22, 2014 at 7:17 pm

Ah, I don’t know is the short answer Jessica, I’ve only ever driven down there by car so I’ve not had much to do with the Gold Coast public transport. Hopefully someone who lives that way will help out.

Anybody know the answer to this?


Tanahya November 2, 2014 at 12:16 pm

Hey Bob,
I’m a Noosa girl born and bread, traveled around the country a few times to check out other places but nothing compares to the Sunny Coast. Currently moved tdown to Mooloolaba for better hopes of work, but there is nothing & its slowly killing me (26yo). So I’m thinking about the GC. What’s the jobs situation like (mainly for retail and hospitality)


BobinOz November 3, 2014 at 5:25 pm

Well I’m pretty sure the job prospects down on the Gold Coast are better, but I don’t know exactly what they are like. Hopefully somebody who lives down that way will help you out and answer your question Tanahya.

Can anybody help?


Jaime Castro October 18, 2014 at 11:01 am

Hi Bob, congrats on ur website, you must be a very patient person to respond all questions..amazing! My family and I are planning to move to oz sometime near March. We have to little girls, 1 and 4, we’re from Latin America, so we like tropical weather. We’re also into the health industry, sports, triathlon, wellness and zumba. We’re also a catholic family, not fanatic, but beleivers and we’re moving because of the unstability of the country we live in both politically and securit wise…so we’re doing it because of our girls’ future. I have family in Melbourne, but i don’t like the VIC weather, so we’re looking into WA, Scarborough and the second choice is near GC, QLD, specifically Burleigh Waters is the place we have been searching, as they both have a catholic school near by.

However, it’s not everyday you get to move to the other side of the world with your whole family and experience a sudden culture change. We can addapt rapidly, but my main question is, Out of all the questions and comments you get, which city/area would you say is best for your kids to grow up, with a secure community, vibrant and happy people (not necesarily surfers type) and that if you had the chance to move from Brisbane, where would you choose in my case?



BobinOz October 19, 2014 at 9:07 pm

These are tough questions Jaime, I’m not sure I’m in the position to do the answers justice. Firstly though, I love Brisbane, so if I had the chance to move from here, I wouldn’t take it. But if I HAD to move from here, then Sydney would be attractive to me, but I could not afford to live in the part of Sydney that I would really want to live in. The best areas can only be afforded by the very well off.

You say you are looking at WA, Perth would probably be a better place to bring children than perhaps the Gold Coast is, because the Goldie does have a bit of a bad reputation and it comes to crime. That said though, I’m sure you will find everywhere in Australia to be way more secure and safe than where you are coming from.

The downside of Perth though is it is a very long way from everywhere else and if you were to choose the Gold Coast it would be much easier and cheaper to visit your family in Melbourne every now and then.

Tough choices, I hope I’ve helped a bit and I certainly hope you make the right choice for you in the end. Good luck, Bob


Jo June 17, 2014 at 1:10 pm

Hi Bob,

I emigrated to Sydney 7 months ago on a permanent visa. I’m a nurse but it look me 5 months to find secure work. The agency I was with kept cancelling my shifts. They said for nursing in Sydney, jobs are at a 20 year low.
Sydney didn’t feel right from the moment I arrived, and even though I’ve got a casual job I enjoy, I’m now thinking of moving to the Gold Coast. I’ve done my research and the consensus is that there are plenty of nursing jobs.
I’m intrigued by your comment that it’s a very expensive place to live. How so?
Rent for us is about 250 per week cheaper, travel seems a similar price. Is it food or bills that are more expensive?


karol June 17, 2014 at 3:40 pm

Hi Jo,

I’ve just moved to QLD from Sydney my job got relocated.. I’m loving the lifestyle here especially the weather! Rent yes its definitely cheaper here i used to live in a 2 b/room unit & now i live in a 3 b/room house & still pay cheaper. Travel is very expensive more than double i work in Brisbane and live on the GC but its definitely worth it… If you can find work close to home thats def a bonus. I have a friend that works in Nursing & she says there’s a lot of work for sure i live in Southport & theres a few retirement villages around not sure what kind of Nursing jobs your after. Food and bills is the same well you just need to know where to shop.. If you make the move you wont regret it.. It feels like your always on holidays so much to see and do expecially if you are an outdoors person.. In sydney i could never live 10 min from the beach. Good luck if you make the move…


BobinOz June 18, 2014 at 1:23 am

There you go Jo, Karol has given you a much better answer than I could have (thanks Karol).

When I say the Gold Coast is expensive, it is relative to most other places, but not Sydney :-)

Good luck, Bob


Ignacio June 10, 2014 at 4:20 am

Hello BOB!!! Thanks for your website, it is amazing, and very useful for us. We are a couple from Argentina, we are 28 years old. And we are looking for a new place to settled down, and we want it to be Australia. We got a work and travel visa, but we want to stay longer.
One possibility is Gold Coast, because we both love living outside and the beach, and we want to learn surf.
What do you think of our choice? Do you have any recommendation? Also we need to find a job or a sponsorship?



BobinOz June 10, 2014 at 4:21 pm

Anywhere on the east coast from Brisbane down to Sydney and across to Melbourne would be good for you to visit. The Gold Coast is a good choice if you like surfing and a good nightlife. See Working Holiday Visas and Backpacking in Australia for additional information.

Good luck, Bob


Scott June 8, 2014 at 10:09 am

Moving there from Adelaide next week, should be a good change of scenery.


BobinOz June 10, 2014 at 1:04 am

The surf will be a bit livelier, that’s for sure. Nightlife even more so. Have fun!


adams May 28, 2014 at 8:23 am

Hi Bob! so excited about the good work you are doing.I’m 26yrs,male and wish to come when i take my annual leav dis year.I would love to work.Where do you think i will get instant job.I’m actually a nurse but would love to do any related work.
Stay blessed and wish to meet you should my dream come thru


BobinOz May 28, 2014 at 7:28 pm

Instant job? Ha ha, you’ve got me on that one. Check out my page about Getting a Job or a Sponsorship.


Roger May 2, 2014 at 11:56 am

The GC is the BEST place on Earth! Seriously even now coming in to winter we all know how many sunny days we have to look forward to, wouldn’t be anywhere else :)


pete April 28, 2014 at 2:53 am

Hi Bob,
my wife and i will be moving from California USA (but we’re Brits) to Brisbane in July.
Was just curious as to which part of Brisbane you are in?
Enjoying this site… Good work.


BobinOz April 28, 2014 at 5:29 pm

I’m in the Western Suburbs Pete, it’s all a bit green around here, like living in the countryside. It’s not for everyone, some say it’s a bit too quiet. I’m talking about suburbs like Kenmore, Kenmore Hills, Bellbowrie, Moggill & Anstead, Brookfield, Pinjarra Hills, Pullenvale, Karana Downs, Kholo and Mt Crosby.


pete April 30, 2014 at 3:08 am

As it happens Bob, that’s right we we’re thinking we wanna be!
I think we’ve drawn a line at Pinjarra Hills being the furthest point down as we’d need to get to the CBD daily.
The whole area between there and Indooroopilly look our cup of tea.
I reckon you get a much bigger bang for your buck when it comes to Rental property too.
Just a little concerned on how far it’ll be to the nearest pub!


BobinOz April 30, 2014 at 8:55 pm

You won’t be going on a pub crawl, that’s for sure. They have just done up the Kenmore Tavern, it’s actually very nice now, but if you need regular access to the CBD, that’s as far out as you would want to be.

We are not blessed for pubs out this way.


pete May 2, 2014 at 7:29 am

Thanks for that!
we’re leaning towards Kenmore/Indooroopilly. How on earth do you actually pronounce that?…. In-doo-roo-pilly or some other wayward way?
Hoping you may still have a small Advertising spot available by the time we get there too.


BobinOz May 2, 2014 at 9:04 pm

Indrapilly will do it, much easier. I’m sure I will find an advertising spot for you, let me know when you get here. Good luck, Bob


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