How to keep your goldfish in your house
In February, Goldfish House moved from its original home in the city of Adelaide to a more modest home near the Port of Adelaide.
The move was meant to give Goldfish owners more time to plan ahead before moving, but some owners of Goldfish Houses have reported the move was delayed.
The house was moved to a location close to the port to avoid potential traffic and other issues.
Goldfish house moves south Port of Melbourne, the new home for Goldfish’s new owner, will be ready to welcome Goldfish in early March.
The new owners have made the move so that the family can enjoy the comfort of their new home.
The family’s new home will have a separate entrance and is designed to be as comfortable as possible.
The home is expected to be ready in early April.
The Goldfish family is now planning to move back into their old home soon.
The Port of Launceston has announced it will host a public opening of the new Goldfish home, which is expected by the end of the month.
The town’s planning department has said it will be open from 1am on Thursday, April 25 to 10am on Saturday, April 26.
The department said the event will be a chance to discuss how to best support Goldfish Owners and their Goldfish-loving family.