If you cannot even image buying a swimming pool in Australia then you might want to think again. It obvious why the thought has never crossed your mind – buying the groceries in Aus can break the bank so you don’t even have to try and imagine how much a pool would cost. They cost a lot, they cost a lot everywhere in the world, but actually there are places down under where the price is marginally cheaper. Yes, it might not be that cheap that it is a bargain but it could just be cheap enough to fall into your price range so they are worth a look. Just in case you are swimming pool nut and you are willing to move to find a cheap pool or whether you live in one of these places and don’t even know it yet, here are a few of the cheapest places to buy a pool in Australia.
Tasmania is pretty cheap for Australia so it stands to reason that it is one of the cheapest places to buy a swimming pool. This is good news if you live there because sometimes the heat can be unbearable and there is no better way to relax and cool down than in an ice cold swimming pool in your own backyard or garden. It is also very realistic to purchase a pool in Tasmania because the relative cost of living and owning property is so cheap it is almost half the price the cost of living in Sydney or Melbourne. Not to tell you how much money you have but you have a very good chance of having the affordable to get a swimming pool installed. Sweet!
Brisbane is a great place. It is one of the major cities of the country, has a great atmosphere and is surrounded by fantastic places which themselves are fantastic places to live or visit, such as Surfers Paradise. For some reason Brisbane is also the fifth cheapest city in Australia to live in which makes it a very desirable location. Not only is it relatively cheap Brisbane is also good for swimming pools. Who knew? If you fancy getting away from the harsh Queensland sun then get a few quotes and see just how cheap they can be.
Adelaide is very underrated as city in Australia. Even though it is the capital of Southern Australia and another of the major cities on the continent, it is often omitted from travel lists and bucket lists. Until you stumble upon it by accident or read the Lonely Planet and decide to have a look, you won’t understand the secrets it holds, like the price of swimming pools!