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Point Cook or Altona Meadows?

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Which is better for families - Point Cook or Altona Meadows? TIA

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My 2 cents...if you don't mind continued growth and a bit more noise, then Point Cook as there is much activity and will continue in this manner for some time, if you prefer a bit more piece and quiet and want to be closer to the beach and or city, then Altona Meadows.

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Sam2018 Sam2018

Point cook is the best. I have been living here for the last 2 years and I love everything about this place.

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Liam Liam

Point Cook, without any doubts.

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