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Auldana

Auldana is a suburb of Adelaide, South Australia, located in the Burnside City Council area. It was built on the site of the once-famous "Auldana" vineyard, which was founded by Patrick Auld in 1847. Many of the streets are named after different types of grapes. Professionals and families with children call Auldana home. It is a pleasant and green suburb, around 20 minutes from the city. Singles, retirees, and country music fans are all welcome. It has a gym and fitness centre, good Internet access, little traffic, good public transportation, trendy and stylish people, beachgoers, and excellent medical services.

Austinmer

Austinmer is a northern village of Wollongong on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia. Amongst the natural scenic beauty of Austinmer are lots of fabulous little cafes and shops which are popular with both locals and tourists alike. The combination of a sandy beach nestled between rocky headlands; rock platforms pockmarked with rock pools alive with sea creatures; two ocean pools; comprehensive amenities; a beach edged by grass that is ideal for picnicking; a backdrop of 45-year-old Norfolk pines; cafes serving decent coffee, gelatos, and inner city cuisine, etc. So, if you are looking for a fantastic spot to take the whole family for a refreshing dip in the summer, Austinmer is the spot.

Austins Ferry

Austins Ferry is a residential neighbourhood in Tasmania's Hobart LGA, in the local authority area (LGA) of Glenorchy. The location is approximately 9 kilometres (5.6 miles) north of Glenorchy. It is primarily a new home development neighborhood. Austins Ferry is named after James Austin, a convict who was deported to Port Phillip with his cousin John Earl in 1803 and landed in Van Diemen's Land in 1804. Due to the new residential estates recently built in Austins Ferry, it has become a place where first-time home buyers have no trouble penetrating the housing market. Its close proximity to the city and all that it has to offer makes it a dream location for young people to live.

Australind

Australind is a Western Australian town. The town is a satellite suburb of Bunbury, and because it is so close, it has all of Bunbury's amenities, as well as everything you could want in terms of shopping, thanks to the large Australind Village Shopping Centre, which has many specialty and boutique-style stores, as well as a Coles Supermarket. There are many sporting grounds that cater to a wide range of sports, as well as numerous local sporting clubs and organisations. Australind has five primary schools and a high school. There are medical centers in the region, and Bunbury District Hospital serves the community. Because the river and the inlet are so close together, water sports are popular, and fishing is excellent.

Avalon

Avalon is a town in the Australian state of New South Wales. Avalon is a lovely coastal neighbourhood bordered to the north by Palm Beach and to the south by Bilgola. The Pacific Ocean is to the east, while Pittwater, home of the historic Pittwater Yacht Club, is to the west. It's tough to overlook the many high-end yachts when travelling near Pittwater. Their colour gives a sparkle to a setting that is already lovely. Cinemas, stores, an RSL club, 14 restaurants and cafes, as well as bowling and sailing clubs, provide dining and entertainment for residents and guests. Those interested in sports can join the Surf Lifesaving Club, Soccer Club, Junior Rugby League Club, golf club, or Avalon Netball Club.

Avenell Heights

Avenell Heights is one of the suburbs in Bundaberg with standard amenities, a guaranteed convenient environment, and a tight-knit community. It lies close to the North Coast Railway Line, which is situated in the western region and generally has a flat landscape that has mostly been used for residential purposes. Of course, there’s still the northwest region of Avenel Heights, which is home to the Bundaberg Racecourse, which is also one of the prominent commercial areas in the suburb. Furthermore, the suburb promises serene squash courts, a community centre, athletic and country clubs, places of worship, and a market.

Avoca

Located about 250 kilometres southwest of Melbourne, Avoca is a small agricultural town. As a result of its location on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, the town enjoys favourable conditions for agriculture. Residents grow crops like wheat, barley, maize, beans, sorghum, and peas. However, the town is best known for its livestock industry. Its beef herd is one of the biggest in the state. Avoca is also renowned for its goat farming industry. Other industries include cheese factories, sawmills, poultry farms, and flour mills. Some residents commute to work in nearby cities such as Wagga Wagga and Albury. Avoca railway station is serviced by NSW TrainLink XPT services to Sydney, Canberra, and Melbourne.

Avoca Beach

Avoca Beach is a coastal suburb of the Central Coast region of New South Wales, about 95 kilometres north of Sydney. Avoca Beach is primarily a residential suburb and a popular tourist destination. Aquafun Avoca Lake and Heazlett Park are also popular attractions in the suburb.The Fabulous Four Getaway offers four guided adventures, perfect for the active adventurer. Activities in this destination include hiking, biking, riding and paddling through the spectacular end of the lake scenery.Avoca Beach village has a variety of restaurants and cafes and a post office, newsagent, pharmacy and mini-mart. It also has a historic cinema, a hotel, a bowling club, a motel and a caravan park.

Avondale Heights

Avondale Heights is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, located 11 kilometres north-west of the city centre. Avondale Heights is a fantastic family community with lush avenues, plenty of parks, nice neighbors, and a fantastic school district. It is only 11 kilometres from the CBD and just around the corner from the High Point Shopping Center. This is a secure, family-friendly neighbourhood with many things to enjoy, such as the Maribyrnong River and walking pathways, an abundance of local parks, and the advent of new and interesting centres like child care, fitness facilities, and the extension of the Milleara Shopping Centre.

Ayr

Ayr is a small town and area in Queensland, Australia's Shire of Burdekin. Ayr is an excellent spot for kids to grow up because it's not too big to get lost or mugged and has enough residents to support a few sports teams. Most amenities are convenient and well-equipped. Excellent camping, boating, and fishing are all available in the vicinity. It's a great suburb for families with kids, professionals, single people, and older people because it's clean and green, has little traffic, has a low cost of living, has a friendly community, and has parks and places to play.

Bacchus Marsh

Bacchus Marsh is an urban centre and suburban locality in Victoria. It is approximately 50 kilometers northwest of Melbourne and 14 kilometers west of Melton, and is roughly equidistant from the major cities of Melbourne, Ballarat, and Geelong. They named it after the colonial settler, Captain William Henry Bacchite, a picnic destination for both locals and visitors. Walk along the Lerderd erg River. Bacchus Marsh’s principal recreation area is Maddingley Park. It isa favoured access to the steep, rugged, and overgrown Lerderderg Gorge and the extensive Wombat State Park that surrounds it. Wombat State Park is crisscrossed by four-wheel-drive tracks and extensive bushwalking amongst historic mining relics and natural bush. Bacchus Marsh Airfield is home to the largest site in Australia for recreational gliding.

Bairnsdale

Bairnsdale is a city in East Gippsland, Victoria, Australia, in a region formerly controlled by the Gunaikurnai Tatungalung clan. Two high schools and a number of primary schools are among Bairnsdale's educational options. The development of great road systems, a good railway service, and, to some extent, steamboat and air connections, has helped Bairnsdale. Three Australian rules football clubs, cricket teams, soccer teams, a horse racing club, and a cycling club all exist in the town. Here, there is a tremendous sense of belonging. The community is home to several families and provides a variety of amenities and recreational opportunities. Bairnsdale is a business centre that serves the Gippsland region with a variety of services.

Bairnsdale East

East Bairnsdale is a Victoria suburb of Bairnsdale. It is roughly 235 kilometres from Melbourne and covers an area of 36.7 square kilometres. East Bairnsdale is a laid-back country town near to scenic highways, making it a great location for exploring the enormous Gippsland Lakes, Mitchell River, and surrounding forests. East Bairnsdale, the gateway to the world-famous Gippsland Lakes, is the ideal place to fill up on boating, surfing, camping, and fishing equipment for your next outdoor trip. There are a variety of businesses and services to choose from, as well as a variety of lodging alternatives. Within a short drive of the town, you can find vineyards, breweries, restaurants, and markets, among other things.

Bakewell

In Bakewell, 0830, you will discover bright picnic spots across Nightcliff, where plenty of food vans are available. Head inland to Durack, and Shoal Bay, where you’ll find shopping centres suitable for the whole family. Local youth can enrol at Palmerston Christian School in Palmerston and Bakewell Primary School in Bakewell for a mix of city-based and coastal student life.

Balaclava

Balaclava is a village in the Wingecarribee Shire of the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia. It is located 1 kilometre north of Mittagong. A gas station, real estate, pre-school, nursery, doctor's surgery, and antiques store are all located in the village. It is part of the Wingecarribee Shire and, along with its neighbor, Willow Vale, is often considered part of Braemar. According to the 2016 census, Balaclava had a population of 496 people. It is a small suburb, ideal for those seeking peace and tranquility in their surroundings.

Balaklava

Balaklava is an attractive rural service town defined by its impressive wheat silos and grain loading facilities. The town is a great farming community with welcoming sports clubs, self-sufficient grocery stores, chemists, butchers, fruit and vegetable and fruit shops, mechanics, and much much more. The township of Balaklava has a variety of educational institutions, which is a great trait for families considering this area. Plus, the town is well equipped and a great place to stock up on supplies. Accommodation options include a caravan park, hotels, and several bed and breakfast properties.

Balcatta

Balcatta is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Stirling. Balcatta is also one of the largest suburbs in the northern part of the Perth metropolitan area. Much of Balcatta is a commercial and industrial area. Balcatta is primarily a middle-class suburb of mainly Italian, Greek, and Macedonian families, as well as families from other European countries. Jones Paskin Reserve is a large oval mainly used in the summer as a cricket oval and for general use by the local community. The reserve is the home ground of the Balcatta Cricket Club. Notable streets in Balcatta are Amelia Street, a hilly street that runs east to west through Balcatta, and Jones Street, the longest street in Balcatta.

Balcolyn

Balcolyn is a suburb of the City of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales, Australia, located on a peninsula east of Morisset on Lake Macquarie's western shore. The main attraction in Balcolyn is the Crusader Union of Australia, which conducts a Christian education camp. The campsite contains 112 guest rooms and is situated on the shores of Lake Macquarie. There are sports and fun things to do, like sailing, canoeing, paddle boarding, and fishing from the jetty.

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