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Seymours Road in Dalby QLD

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How is Seymours Road in Dalby to live for a young family ? Looking for your inputs. TIA

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Ranjit Ranjit

Seymours Road has mix of newly built, old and renovated houses. Very quiet street and close proximity to all the basic daily needs.

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InvestAus InvestAus

Seymours Road is a nice and friendly street. I have been living here with my family for last 4 years. It is hand reach distance to all the facilities and about 10-15 mins walk from the main street. Overall a neat and clean street.


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