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Kambah Review ?

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I am planning to buy a house in Kambah, ACT, any reviews ?

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One should review bush fire prone map, outer part of suburb is lies in fire prone area.

Source : www.actmapi.act.gov.au

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Kambah is biggest suburb in whole australia with size of approximately 11 square kilometres. It has 61 parks covering nearly 18% of total area making it surrounded with bushland and green all around. It is 20 mintues drive from city. One can buy 3 bedroom house for around 470K and rent is $450/week, giving good rental yield.

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