The good thing about (something) is (clause).

Use this expression when you want to talk about the good points of something:

The good thing about my job is that I get a lot of vacation time.

The good thing about living in a big city is that you can get everything you need within walking distance. 

In grammatically correct, formal English, you should include "that" at the beginning of the clause:

The good thing about it is that it doesn't need to be watered that often.

In conversational spoken English, people often leave "that" out.

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