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.
Some of the top attractions in Essendon are the restored woodland lake, enjoyed by aquatic birds. The riverside park is a popular attraction for children. Other recreational parks and reserves include Montgomery Park, LT Thompson reserve and the Lincoln. Essendon is bounded in the west by Hoffmans Road, in the north by Keilor Road and Woodland Street, in the east by the Moonee Ponds Creek, and in the south by Buckley Street (except for a small section further south bordering Moonee Ponds).
West Essendon features many spectacular homes, parks, playgrounds, walking tracks, and barbeque areas. Other highlights in West Essendon include the superb athletic facilities of Aberfeldie Park, the Incinerator Theatre, Clifton Park, and shopping and transport amenities along Buckley Street, added to its selection of fine public and private schools. Being generally more elevated, many homes in the area play host to some of the most spectacular views of the Melbourne city skyline. Essendon West is represented by an Australian Rules football team, Doutta Stars, playing in the Essendon District Football League.
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