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Mortage Broker , Sydney Region

Karama suburb review

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Hi


How is Karama suburb to live for a young family ? Thanks

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Anuj Anuj
7Mo ago
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Liam Liam

Karama is a growing suburb in Darwin. It has a friendly neighborhood. Houses are big and beautiful. A mix of old and new

construction.


It has some good schools in the proximity like Karama Primary School, Manunda Terrace Primary School, Holy Care Catholic

Primary School, O'Loughlin Catholic College and day care services are also available. Overall a good potential to grow in the

future.

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Sam2018 Sam2018

Karama is a Northern suburb of Darwin. It is one of the upcoming suburbs of the recent times. There is plenty of potential for growth with large blocks.


It has all the amenities - markets, library, parks and Karama shopping plaza in the proximity. 

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