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Is Russell Island cheap due to snakes ?

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I have heard some mixed reviews about the reasons for cheap houses in Russell Island. Some people say that it is because of the snakes presence in the area. Any inputs by those who are living here are most welcome. Thanks

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I think there are far more reasons of low prices in Russell Island than SNAKES :-)

  • Lack of connectivity
  • No bridge
  • Drugs issue
  • lack of shopping and dining options
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I agree that not everything on the island is perfect but as far as those who complain about snakes, sand flies are concerned, I would like to remind that we're living in Australia, and you'll have those everywhere specially if you live near the water. 

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