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Roma Roma

Hamilton is quite an affordable suburb and is a convenient place to live. It has good supermarkets around and also some great schools.

I have been living here for 2 years now and my kids feel very good. They can do biking on the pavements and in the parks, Lot of open space around.

Ranjit Ranjit

Hamilton is a great suburb to live for the young families and the retirees alike. It is close to the hospitals, schools and cafes.

Friendly neighbors and very good community spirit.

Shopping is good and its only an hour or so from Warrnambool and 1.5hrs to Ballarat..

Not too great night life though, in case you are after one.

Simon Simon

Hamilton is a great suburb to live with close proximity to almost everything - parks, schools, hospitals, super marts and what not.

One can get a good house here for not too much money and with the falling house market in Melbourne and rising interest rates living in Hamilton really is the best value for your dollar.


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