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Joshua

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Allambie Crescent in Wodonga, Vic

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Anyone living in Allambie Crescent in Wodonga, victoria provide a feedback about this street as I am moving here soon with my family. Thanks

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Ranjit Ranjit

Its a neat and clean street with close proximity to schools, park and other recreational activities. A great place to live for a young family.

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Anuj Anuj

It is a green and quite street. People are friendly and have great community spirit.

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