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This is a list of Municipalities and their suburbs neighbourhoodstownships, and rural localities in the greater metropolitan area of MelbourneVictoriaAustralia. Suburbs are defined here as localities within the legislated Urban Growth Boundary, [1] all of which have some urban development. This line is the effective boundary of suburban Melbourne; outside it lie rural areas, and some townships of varying size.

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The three main rail corridors through Melbourne's north are the Craigieburn, South Morang and Upfield lines. Tram lines also radiate from the city, better serving the inner suburbs than those further out.

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By Guest eastfigo, November 2, in Victoria. Further to your question on the other thread, I personally live in the SE and love it down here, it is great for the children and you get a lot more house and land for your money.

I will be honest in saying I do not like to judge any suburb and any views I have are always my own. There are places I don't like but yet others love them. I don't think there are many places that are as bad as some in the UK. Craigieburn - We have a lot of clients who live up this way and love it.

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There are lots of new houses and you would get a lot for your k. Can I ask, are you thinking of buying as soon as you arrive, as personally i think it would be far better to rent first and then look around the areas for yourself and form your own opinion. Do you have jobs to go to as obviously the commute will be something you will have to factor in to the equation?

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If you are depressed you are living in the past. If you are anxious you are living in the future. If you are at peace you are living in the present. I will come to work at Parkville next year so train would be the best option for me to go to work from my affordable home which will possibly be in one of the above suburbs.

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I actually prefer old but solid houses especially those with good-condition wood floor. I would compromise on traffic to work if I have to, maybe around 40 mins on train. If you are going to work in Parkville I would look at Pascoe Vale, Ascotvale, Moonee Ponds, Essendon, Ivanhoe, Rosanna, Bulleen, Templestowe as they are closer in than the suburbs you have mentioned and it might seem ok to have a long commute but sometimes its not so good in practice.

If you want hills and trees then go for Eltham and even our to diamond creek. Both have train lines - hurtsbridge line i think. With your budget you'd get a mansion. Why the fascination with Zone 1? Consider further out but taking access on Vline where they have fewer stops ie further distance but shorter time.

I would like to live a suburb in Melbourne similar to Te Atatu South, in term of either environment, quality of houses or the relative location from CBD. By the way, how far from CBD to Greensborough by car during off-peak hours if you had experience?

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If you want quiet, with hills and trees and decent house for your money then take a look at dimond creek. I think its really nice and with your budget you'll find a great place to live. Weve spent time out there and are looking to see whats available for us. A girl at work lives at DC, she drives in and it takes 40mins in the morning and just after lunch. The train will be just a little longer if your looking at the CBD to work. Bill I would follow up in more detail with Ratchet as for the money your are looking this is close to the city and full of established housing much more valuable than new estate builds.

I dont know the area very well so would have just the same knowledge from looking at prices on the net. However I am reasonably familarly with access from these parts via car to the eastern freeway so can comment on experience the journey by car was easy. That reminds me the bush or heavy tree setting is best out near the dandenongs but becomes a bit of a distance for travel.

Watsonia is ok, its an up and coming area, so any investments now would give you a return in a yr or so. It has plenty of green areas, as do most places this way. Its family and community orientated and as i said offers a good distsnce away from the CBD with decent enough rds to drive on. The houses are older and often need some TLC but they offer the outdoor space the new builds most defenatly dont.

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Those areas offer you a nice community, plenty of green and sunday brunch at the local food house melissas i think really nice place, get there early or book! IMO your budget will get you a very nice 3bed. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. It's easy! Already have an ? in here.

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Victoria Search In. Recommended Posts. Guest eastfigo. Posted November 2, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.

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The Pom Queen 5, Posted November 3, Hi Bill Further to your question on the other thread, I personally live in the SE and love it down here, it is great for the children and you get a lot more house and land for your money. Petals 4, Have a look at Realestate. Petals :staking no prisoners :wink:.

Ratchet Living life in Aus Moved to Melb on in Septgranted June Guest Peter G. What can you you buy in Melbourne in Zone 1 for k? Posted November 4, Guest Toorak Trev. Posted November 5, What suburbs in Auckland would you like comparatives with?

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Bayside melbourne is similar to north auckland ie browns bay to takapuna. Posted November 6, Posted November 7, Posted November 8, Consider Melbourne an Auckland with better money prospects and less state housing. I wouldnt recommend this area for two adults though. Just to put another twist on it. Mount Dandenong is only 45 mins commute off peak. Register a new. in Already have an ? In Now. Go To Topic Listing Victoria.

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