Hi everyone, this is a fairly generic question but I thought I would see what fellow reptile keepers think. I've been considering moving interstate and the two places I'm thinking of are either Queensland or South Australia. There are a few reasons why I'm considering moving and probably the number one reason is better reptile keeping licences, and there's not many things chaining me to WA anymore for a number of personal reasons so I thought maybe a change of location could work. I'd also like to go somewhere with a nice climate. I like warm weather and hate hate hate the cold. That's not to say I can't tolerate the odd cold snap every now and then, because I can, but what I hate is bone chilling cold and constant grey skies for days on end. I come from the great southern region of WA and winters are pretty cold and summers mild. The average summertime temperatures at my current location are 26°C - which isn't very hot in my opinion. I think anything less than 20°C is cold. I don't have much experience with the greater world. I've only been outside of WA once. I remember going on a holiday in Darwin and its surrounding areas when I was a child and I remembered loving it, the heat was great and the biggest high light was seeing reptiles everywhere! At my current location reptiles aren't that common and it's kind of depressing, especially in winter when they're all but nonexistent. However when I was in Darwin it was the dry season. I'm not sure how I would tolerate high humidity. I also like arid warm climates as well. I don't like cold and wet, but I don't mind warm and wet. I also like going to the beach. I'm looking for areas with cheap rent otherwise I probably would have considered the NT but it appears to be very expensive up there. Does anyone have any pointers or things I should be considering?