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Mullamulla Circuit in Karama

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How is Mullamulla Circuit in Karama? Any insights about this street. Thanks

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Royal Royal

Mullamulla is a very convenient street to live which is at a stone throw distance away from the super markets, parks and some

good schools. Green and clean street with some friendly neighbors makes it worth a place to live.

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Liam Liam

Mullamulla Circuit is a nice street to live in with most of the houses occupied by the owners. It is a family friendly place. The local

shopping centre was completely refurbished only a few months ago & has Woolworths, chemist, post office, bakery, fast food

shops, news agency & library.

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