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Abbotsbury 2176 is a suburb of Sydney located in New South Wales. It’s 39 km west of Sydney’s city centre and lies within the City of Fairfield. Abbotsbury is also a part of the Greater Western Sydney region and boasts of large houses with well-maintained structures and beautifully manicured gardens. Even though most of the estates were established between the 1980s and early 1990s, most areas have been renovated and refurbished since then. Some acres remain somewhat untouched, while the western borders have gloriously arranged pine trees setting apart the area from the farmlands and the private homes. Walking and riding parks also trail through the area and connect to some of the major motorways in the region.
Abbotsford is a suburb located in the Inner West of Sydney and is 10 kilometres west of the central business district. It‘s also part of the City of Canada bay local government area and sits between Abbotsford Bay and Chicken bay. Known for its exquisite cuisine, Abbotsford is an excellent place to try out new cafes and restaurants. Plus, its location gives residents the best of Yarra banks, and the walking tracks, parklands and open field areas nearby. There are also a variety of options in terms of public transport links, with bus lines passing through major shopping strips and the city centre as well.
Located almost 200km northeast of Melbourne, Abbotsford is one of Victoria's most rural towns. Most people live in the southern part of the region, making this part of the state more densely populated than the northwestern regions. The town itself lies close to the banks of Lake Buffalo, which attracts fishing enthusiasts throughout the year. Other local attractions include the Abbotsford Art Gallery, which showcases local artworks. Many people come to visit the art gallery because they believe the exhibitions can inspire them when creating their own work. The Abbotsford Bowls Club is another attraction, offering a range of bowling alleys. This club is also used to host events such as weddings or corporate functions. Visitors can enjoy fine dining at Abbotsford Golf and Country Club, which is equipped with everything needed to cater for both formal and casual dining. Public transport in the town is provided through bus routes run by the Victorian Government. Local buses connect residen
Abercrombie is a suburban region in New South Wales, Australia. It’s a quaint and small suburb with a lot to offer in terms of commercial and residential facilities. Abercombie is also a top choice among families thanks to the adequate transport services, shopping centres, and recreational and leisure facilities. Due to its calm laidback suburban setting, this location is also common among singles, established families, retirees, and professionals.
Aberdare is a suburb of Cessnock, a large town based on coal mining in the Lower Hunter Region, New South Wales. It is 15 minutes from the beautiful wine country, 45 minutes to Newcastle and two hours to Sydney.Wakata National Park has cycling and walking trails. The trail is lined with purple, orange and yellow wildflowers, like acacias and banksias in summer.It is also a birdwatcher's paradise because they find brightly coloured bush birds flying low enough for a splendid view. Wakata National Park has great picnic spots and lookouts and is busting with activities like hiking, mountain biking and walks.Other recreational centres and places for adventure within and around Aberdare are Grape to Glass Boutique Wine Tours and Marthaville Arts and Cultural Centre, Ted’s Tours and AEROlogistics Helicopters.
Aberdeen lies in the centre of the Hunter Valley horse stud area and is surrounded by vast pasturelands. The town’s flourishing lands have practically bred horses for both Australian and international races. Still, beyond the equestrian facilities, Aberdeen is also famously known for its scenic country surroundings, as well as the scenic streetscapes that connect the town. Plus, Aberdeen’s history is also quite an interesting one. The stories are captured by the richly furbished SEgenhoe Inn, which is a historical building turned bed and breakfast destination that showcases how Aberdeen was once home to some of the riched aristos in New South Wales. Today, this hillside town which is mostly known for its agricultural prowess has still managed to attract many to its borders hanks including the Historical Aberdeen Walk, Jefferson Park, and much more.
Aberfeldie is bounded in the west by Afton Street, in the north by Buckley Street, in the east by Waverley Street and the edge of Aberfeldie Park, and in the south by the Maribyrnong River.Aberfeldie is a leafy suburb on the river close to some of the best schools in Melbourne. It has beautiful parks and sporting facilities. There are plenty of attractions which give residents reasons to socialize beyond their coveted Facebook group called "Aberfeldie good karma."Poyntons, The Boathouse, and Calmers are the perfect cafes for families and friends to catch up. Townies also improve their health with a stroll or vigorous workout along the Maribyrnong River.Many bus routes operate in Aberfeldie like 465 Essendon Keilor Park and 467 Moonee Ponds working together to make commuting in the area seamless.
Aberfoyle Park suburb is located in the Adelaide Hills, giving the area a hilly terrain. The Hub Shopping Centre and other Parks are only moments away, a 20-minute trip to Westfield Marion, 37 minutes to the city centre, 23 minutes to Belair National Park and 20 minutes to Brighton Beach. Aberfoyle Park is an ideal suburb for families and retirees.Aberfoyle Park is a beautiful view of the happy valley reservoir and the ocean; not just that, during leafy walks, residents can spot a koala. It is the perfect distance from the city and beaches down south or north.
Aberglasslyn is a lovely, family-friendly suburb full of parks, playgrounds, and open field areas. It has long been referred to as the Country Estate because of the bushlands and paddocks that surround it. However, a lot of that land has been developed into sub-divisions which include The Sanctuary and Weblands Wonderland. This suburb is also home to the Aberglasslyn House, which is a private residence that sits by the Hunter River and is famed to be made only from sandstone. It’s not just one of the earliest colonial buildings, thanks to the vintage wine cellars, the House may be one of the only boutique Vineyards of that design.
Abermain is ranked the 13th best suburb by locals in Hunter region, NSW and it has a population of over 2,300 (2016 census). Located at 8 km ENE of Cessnock and 3 km west of Weston, in New South Wales, Australia. Abermain is adjacent to Werakata National Park. Abermain has low traffic and is known to be ‘clean and green’, a perfect location for families with kids and couples. When it comes to Education, Abermain is home to Holy Spirit Infants School and Aspect Hunter School, both non-government schools, and Abermain Public School, founded in 1909.
Southern Brisbane, Queensland, Australia's City of Brisbane, includes the suburb of Acacia Ridge. Acacia Ridge is a truly cosmopolitan neighbourhood with welcoming neighbours, parks, a fantastic neighbourhood pool, and local businesses. Numerous childcare choices are available, and four schools are close by. Calamvale/Sunnybank shopping is ten minutes away. Rocklea markets are accessible in five minutes. There are a few local, high-quality coffee shop options that are within ten minutes' drive of the cafes. Bedouin Brew on Beaudesert Road is also excellent, and Acacia Espresso is outstanding for friendly service and great coffee. In Rocklea, a new cafe has opened up near the train station. Numerous homes are being renovated. It is an excellent location for first-time buyers within the boundaries of Brisbane.
Acton is a residential locality in the local government area of Burnie in the North-west and west LGA region of Tasmania. Acton is about 3 kilometres south of the town of Burnie. There is a local milk bar, an IGA Supermarket, and an Aurora Energy electrical substation.The suburb has an 11.7-hectare reserve at Mussen Close with walking tracks. Acton Recreation Oval has an area of 2.4 hectares and it is the major sports and recreational facility in the suburb. The oval houses sports clubs like The Acton Cricket Club.There are two fields at the Acton Recreation Reserve. The ground has a synthetic cricket pitch, a softball cage and outdoor cricket nets.
Adamstown is a suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, located 6 kilometres from Newcastle's central business district.The suburb is 10 minutes or less from all that Newcastle offers. Westfield Kotara, Homemakers centre, Bar Beach, Newcastle Harbour, Darby st Cafes, and Beaumont St Cafes are about 10 minutes away from Adamstown.Adamstown has a range of community support organisations. These include St Columba Catholic Church and the Returned Serviceman's League sub-branch, which is part of the Adamstown Community Club. The Adamstown Rosebud Football Club is arguably the most famous in Northern NSW Football, having produced 16 Socceroos like Ray Baartz and Col Curran.They formed the club in 1889, and it is also one of the oldest football clubs in Australia. The club still plays out of Adamstown Oval.
Adamstown Heights is a southern suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales. It is 8 kilometres west-southwest of Newcastle's central business district along the Pacific Highway. It is split between the City of Lake Macquarie and the City of Newcastle local government areas.The suburb contains two schools, Kotara High School and Belair Public School, established in 1968. Kotara High School comprises 3 hectares of native bushland. Westfield Kotara shopping centre, Garden City Kotara and the Kotara fair on its northern border serve the suburb.Adamstown Heights is on several bus routes. It is also near two railway stations on the Central Coast & Newcastle Line, Kotara and Adamstown.
Adelaide is South Australia’s prestigious ad fun coastal capital. With River Torrens on its side, the suburb promises pristine parklands, lovely art galleries, prestigious museums, and suitable residential blocks. For a capital city, Adelaide is one of the most affordable when it comes to rent and general cost of living. Take the transportation industry for example, most bus lines are free, and getting along by other means is equally affordable. You’ll also find all the cool amenities and facilities that make city living so prestigious, including fine-dining restaurants, high-standard schools, and in fact, some of the best higher institutions in Australia. It also helps that Adelaide gives residents and visitors alike a slice of nature, from the lovely Adelaide Hills, to Barossa, Kangaroo Island, and the therapeutic nature trails.
Agnes Banks is a Sydney suburb in the Australian state of New South Wales. Agnes Banks is located 68 kilometres north-west of Sydney's central business district, in the City of Penrith and City of Hawkesbury local government regions. It's located in the Greater Western Sydney area. Large training facilities on some extremely beautiful sites make this a popular spot for horse trainers. Families with children, retirees, professionals, and country lovers are all welcome to call this place home. There is no traffic, so there is peace and quiet. Agnes Banks has a lot to offer, like lots of parking, security, and a clean, green environment.
Ainslie is a suburb of Canberra, Australia, in the North Canberra district. The suburb is bounded by Limestone Avenue, Majura, Phillip Avenue, Mount, and Quick Street. Ainslie is characterised by abundant charming early twentieth-century, heritage-listed houses; mature, deciduous street trees, and general leafiness. It also has access to heaps of facilities, the city, and museums within a five-minute drive or a quick bus ride. The nature trails of Mount Ainslie have an easy paved walk. Walk, cycle or drive to the lookout and enjoy the impressive scenery surrounding the mountain. Mount Ainslie lies within part of the Canberra Nature Park. The Canberra Nature Park is a series of thirty-three separate protected areas in and around Canberra, ranging from bushland hills to lowland native grassland. Mount Ainslie and other areas in the Canberra Nature Park are must-visit. The local shops are in the middle of Ainslie. It has an IGA store, a cafe, a restaurant, a liquor store, and a pharmacy.
Airds is a largely residential suburb with a young population, more singles than married couples, and minimal homeownership. This is because most of the lands are owned by Housing NSW. The average age is 5 to 19, which makes this a town that’s mostly made up of young toddlers, kids and teens, as well as young professionals. Still, there are a good number of age-appropriate activities and places to be enjoyed by all ages. Furthermore, there are a good number s schools in Airds, and the cost of living is quite affordable.
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