This Moving House Tradition Is Getting New Life in Queensland

This Moving Home Tradition is getting new life in Queensland with the arrival of a new family.

The New Family at the Moving House in Kew has been living at the property for over a year.

“We just wanted to get out there and let them know that they’re not the only one with a moving house,” Mr Cocker said.

A new family of eight moved into the property in January and Mr Cock said the house had become a place to hang out.

“It’s just a great place to relax, to go to the shops, to have a drink,” he said.

The family started off in the family room, and Mr Cock said the home had been very different to what he was used to in the house.

“We’ve got two bedrooms and we’ve got a kitchen and it’s all done on the ground floor, so it’s pretty big,” he.

While it’s only a couple of rooms, Mr Cocking said he’s pleased the family has been able to move in so quickly.

“When I was younger, I didn’t like to have any of my furniture moved,” he joked.

“But the children, they’ve been having so much fun so I’m really happy to see that they’ve settled in and it makes it a lot easier for us to get to do things.”

I’m also glad that the kids are being able to get a bit more exercise so they can be more active.

“He said while the house may not have been the family’s main place of residence, he was happy the new family could enjoy it.”

If they want to get in there and get into their favourite things and do whatever they want then that’s great.

“They can do it and do it with their friends, it’s a nice little community here.”