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Anula

Anula is a Northern suburb of Darwin, Northern Territory, in Northern Territory. They named the streets in Anula after early Northern Territory Mines and mineral fields. Examples are Spring Hill Street, Caledonian Street, Wolfram Court, and Zapopan Court. The suburb has access to beautiful shady, well-maintained parklands with good walking and bike paths that stretch towards neighbouring areas. The local shop has great Chinese dining and takeaway, a deli, and a hairdresser. Also, not too far up the road, there is a bigger shopping precinct for grocery shopping, foodstuff, medical care, ATM, other takeaway outlets, and a bakery. For the sports fanatics and spectators in Anula, Marrara stadium is within walking distance.

Anzac Village

Anzac Village is a neighbourhood within Wattle Grove and is located in the northern section of Holsworthy. A new development called "Mornington" was recently completed in this area. This neighbourhood has also seen the construction of a shopping centre. It has a kindergarten. The Holsworthy train station on the Sydney Trains Airport & South Line provides excellent transportation connections. There is a small shopping centre and many places to relax, such as Wattle Grove Park, Australis Park, Wattle Grove Lake, and Lakeside Park in nearby Wattle Grove.

Appin

Appin is only 16 km north of Campbelltown and 35 km northwest of Wollongong. It’s a town situated in the Macarthur region and lies in the Tharawal country. It’s a notably industrial town with about four dams and canals supplying water to the Prospect Reservoir. Over the years, it has become Sydney’s major water supplier, yet other industrial mines and factory farms bring in revenue. Beyond its commercial and industrial prowess, Appin boasts a well-planned residential area and has a plethora of parks and recreational centres including football fields, tennis courts, and a motocross circuit.

Appin Valley

Appin Valley is a lovely suburb adorned with extensive green lands, tree-lined roads and streets, and generous open spaces. It’s one of the best well-planned suburbs in the feature organized streets, identical homes and neighbourhoods with a clean and green ambiance. Even though it’s a master-planned community, it still retains that lovely rural aura that attracts country lovers from across the Campbelltown region. Plus, it’s located in the southwestern region of Sydney, with just 90 minutes separating the two areas. It takes an even shorter period to access Campbelltown, which is just 15 minutes away.

Applecross

Applecross is a riverside suburb of Perth, Western Australia, bordering the Swan River and the Canning Highway. The suburb is named after The Applecross peninsula, located in Wester Ross, Highland, on Scotland's northwest coast. Applecross has distinctive features such as the jacaranda trees that line the streets and bloom in late spring. The town hosts an annual Jacaranda festival in late November, which continues the theme. Applecross is home to a variety of amenities like Hotels, Yacht clubs, hospitals, and recreation centres.

Araluen

Araluen is a suburb of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. It is located approximately 1289kms from the capital, Darwin. Every destination has something worth seeing. Araluen offers a lot to explore. Its placement makes it easy for locals to get amenities and enjoyment from neighbouring towns like Alice Springs. They include Spencer Hill WWII Sites, the Old Courthouse Alice Springs, Olive Pink Botanic Garden, Simpsons Gap Bicycle Path, and Pyndan Camel Tracks. Alice Springs Desert Park offers an outdoor evening and night tour of nature and wildlife. The go-to shopping centre in Araluen is the Bunnings in Alice Springs.

Arana Hills

Arana Hills is a suburb in Queensland, Australia's Moreton Bay Region. With a low crime rate and a plethora of parks, national parks, and schools, the area is tranquil and welcoming. Ideal for families or those who prefer a quieter lifestyle but commute to the CBD on a daily basis. Birdlife abounds in the adjacent national parks, and the air is clean. Almost everything you might possibly need is available at the neighbourhood shopping centre. The Brookside shopping area, one of the calmer main shopping complexes nearby, has larger department stores. The internet and television reception are both excellent. There are also many places to eat, a medical center, a dentist, a pharmacy, physiotherapy, pathology, a gym, a bakery, and the Arana Hills leagues club.

Aranda

Aranda is a suburb in the district of Belconnen, in the Australian capital city of Canberra. Located at the western foot of Black Mountain and bounded on two sides by a nature park. The bush setting is a dominant characteristic of Aranda. A bicycle path runs along Bindubi Street, connecting Aranda with the Canberra bike path network. Another walking track over Black Mountain connects Aranda with the CSIRO and the Australian National University. Aranda has a local set of shops, including a cafe and a bar with outdoor seating. The nearby Jamison Centre in neighbouring Macquarie services the area on a much larger scale, including supermarkets, retail and medical outlets, banks, and cafes. Several playing fields are located in the northwestern corner of the suburb, including baseball and soccer fields, as is a Scout hall.

Ararat

With strong links to Chinese roots, Ararat is a suburb known for its culture and several attraction sites. With a friendly neighbourhood and community living, this suburb is a prime family destination. Other amenities available for a holistic suburban experience include schools, standard healthcare facilities, employment availabilities, parks, recreational and leisure facilities, restaurants bringing the best of dishes, and sporting facilities. Ararat serves as home to several tourist attractions, and annual festivals, not being short of great nightlife.

Arcadia Vale

Between the town centres of Toronto and Morisset on the western shore of Lake Macquarie is Arcadia Vale, a suburb of the City of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales. Though its population dropped to 1,381 from 1,518 in 2006, Arcadia Vale is a good place for those who love to live by the waterfront. It is also between Wangi Wangi and Rathmines. Arcadia Vale has beautiful parks, shops and cafes. It is only 10 minutes away from Toronto, which has a bigger shopping centre and CBD. It is also only a 45-minute commute to Newcastle and 75 minutes to Sydney.

Archerfield

Archerfield is bounded by Oxley Creek to the west and by Beaudesert Road to the east. Archerfield is not largely populated and still rocks that laid-back country charm. Most of the land is occupied by Archerfield Airport in the centre and southwest of the suburb. Some of the nearest schools to Archerfield are in Rocklea, Coopers Plains State School, Acacia Ridge, Sunnybank, and Yeronga which are all neighbouring suburbs. You mostly find families with kids, professionals, and retirees living in the area.

Ardeer

Ardeer is a leafy and friendly suburb situated in Melbourne, Victoria. It’s only 15 km west of Melbourne’s city centre. It’s a lovely residential area for families and young professionals alike. Thanks to the railway station on the melton greater-metropolitan line, it’s easier for commuters to frequent nearby suburbs or the city centre. However, one of the major appeals of the suburb would have to be the famous Kororoit Creek which runs through the northern and western border of Ardeer. The Creek also features a trail, and open park space suitable for leisure, recreation, and relaxation.

Ardeer,West Sunshine

Ardeer sits about 15 km west of Melbourne’s city centre and is situated in the City of Brimbank local government area. It’s a lovely residential town with a growing commercial and industrial sector as well. There’s a railway station that sits on the Melton greater-metropolitan line which services the area. Even more, the scenic and vast Kororoit Creek runs through the suburb on its north and western borders which means residents have easy access to the open park spaces and lush greenery surrounding the area. However, it seems one of the true highlights of this suburb is its proximity to Melbourne as well as the multiple routes that can be taken there. This means a lot for commuters in the area, as it’s easy to ride a bike, drive or take the bus to and from work. For families with kids, there are a variety of public, private and Catholic schools to choose from, as well as recreational spots to cool off after a long day at school.

Ardross

Ardross is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, and is part of the Melville City Council. It was previously a piece of land purchased by Sir Alexander Percival Matheson, a Scotsman, in 1896. Matheson named "Ardross Street" after either the village of Ardrossan on the Scottish west coast or Ardross Castle, around 40 kilometres north of Inverness, in his subdivision of the adjacent suburb of Applecross. This street is the source of the suburb's name. Adross has river views that can be seen from the lookout and the Wireless Hill Museum. The hill is home to a lot of native species. Wireless Hill Park has an abundance of native flora and fauna. The art gallery and museum are very interesting. The park is 40 hectares (100 acres) in size and has numerous walking pathways.

Ardrossan

Ardrossan is a prosperous town that is notable for being home to the historic Clarence Smith factory and towering red clay coastal cliffs. The town's economy is driven by its deepwater shipping port. Additionally, pastoralism and grain farming are central components of Ardrossan's economy. The town features the Windara Reef, where recreational anglers can catch fish and blue swimmer crabs. Ardrossan also features two jetties for scuba-diving and other outdoor recreation activities. The community has a lot more to give in terms of quality housing and shopping options.

Argenton

Argenton is a suburb of Lake Macquarie in the Greater Newcastle region of New South Wales, Australia, located 16 kilometres west of Newcastle's central business district in the Lake Macquarie West Ward. Argenton is a small neighbourhood of Lake Macquarie known for its BMX club, soccer club, and long-running bakery, which claims to have Australia's best meat pie. Since the development of the Glendale Super centre within Argenton's borders, the suburb has seen a significant increase in tourists. Fresh Lake breezes sweep up Cockle Creek, across the golf course, on beautiful, sun-filled afternoons. It's fairly fantastic just to look out upon Sugarloaf as the sun sets.

Armadale

An inner suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia is called Armadale. A lovely and enticing inner-city suburb with an opulent vibe, favored by visitors and fashionistas alike in the city. It is a premier shopping district with quaint eateries. In addition to busy cafes, the high street has gorgeous boutiques and bridal shops with well-known designers. As you stroll around Kings Arcade, you'll come across a tonne of one-of-a-kind stores, including apparel, furniture, art, and more upscale eateries. Armadale is popular with Melburnians because it has good public and private schools, easy access to two train lines (Armadale and Toorak Train Stations), and tram lines, and is only 7 km from Melbourne's central business district.

Armidale

About halfway between Brisbane and Sydney, in the neighborhood of 2350, is the city of Armidale. Due to its elevation, the city enjoys a subtropical highland climate, but summers can still get quite warm. Even if you are not Christian or religious, the St. Peter's Anglican Cathedral is a lovely example of excellent architecture. Other attractions in the 2350 zip code include the University of New England, the Armidale and Region Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Wollomombi Falls, and Cunnawarra National Park. There are plenty of sites to visit!

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