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Cabramatta
Introduction Cabramatta is located 30 km south-west of the Sydney central business district. It is a safe and convenient suburb to be considred by families to live in. Its affordability in terms of housing costs and other living expenses are also other important factors for family's consideration. The suburb has excellent train line to all different Sydney regions including Sydney CBD. Cabramatta is a unique and fast growing area which attracts more and more Australian from all different states to come and live here. Benefits Cabramatta is a beautiful suburb offering almost all the amenities: • Safe suburb • Great access to public transport • Lots of parks • Variety of Asian foods • Uncountable eating outlets • Affordable suburb • Lots of shopping options • Friendly community • Hub of restaurants • Perfect place for young professionals Challenges  • Parking is an issue on weekends Location                             Cabramatta is bordered on the north by Canley Heights and Canley Vale, on the east by Lansvale, on the south by Warwick Farm, and on the west by Mount Pritchard and Cabramatta West. Connectivity • Cabramatta railway station is located on the Main South line. It is a junction station on the Sydney Trains network, where the Inner West & Leppington, Cumberland and Bankstown lines merge. • A taxi stand is located on Arthur Street opposite Cabramatta Post Office offering frequent taxi services.                        • Several bus stations are located in the suburb with multiple bus services to the surrounding suburbs. Shopping destinations Cabramatta offers good shopping options: • Freedom Plaza is the main shopping centre of the area with plenty of good eating outlets. • Dutton Plaza is also famous for its fresh fruits and vegetables shopping. • Cabramatta Shopping Centre is a small shopping mall in the suburb. • Cabramatta Plaza is a small shopping centre offering Woolworths and a few Vietnamese shops. • Cabramatta International Centre is a shopping mall with best options for Asian stuff. Schools & Daycares Cabramatta offers number of good schools: • Cabramatta Public School • Cabramatta West Public School • Harrington Street Public School • Cabramatta High School Good daycares around the area include: • Vattana Early Learning Centre • Kidsmatter In Cabramatta • Cabramatta Early Learning Centre Eating Joints Endless number of nice restaurants is available in the suburb: • Vinh Phat Chinese Seafood Restaurant • Thanh Binh Restaurant • An Lac Vegetarian Restaurant • Ann's Vietnamese Restaurant • Loving Hut Cabramatta Internet Connectivity  NBN is now widely available in all the parts of Cabramatta with a super fast internet speed. Crime & safety Crime rate in Cabramatta is 837/1100 whereas Average crime rate of NSW suburb is 805. Dwelling Type Housing in the Cabramatta consists of three- and four-story apartment buildings. A range of single-family homes, from modest bungalows to large mansions can also be found. Price Median Sale Price- $670k Rent   Median Rent Price- $420pw Commute: CBD: 41.6 km / 60-110 minutes by car / 60 minutes by transit Chatswood: 34.2 km / 50-110 minutes by car / 85 minutes by transit Liverpool: 5.4 km / 10-20 minutes by car / 20 minutes by transit / 15-20 minutes by bike Parramatta: 12.5 km / 20-40 minutes by car / 30-40 minutes by transit Summary Cabramatta is a diverse, bustling suburb with a surging food culture. The dozens of cheap, tasty restaurants have attracted foodies to Cabramatta. The suburb offers almost all the amenities including a train station, grocery stores, banks, and good schools. Cabramatta has the largest Vietnamese community in Australia. It is a place of successful integration of Asian culture and Australian life. There are excellent public facilities such as primary high schools; social services; churches; recreational parks and sport grounds. It is just an amazing Suburb, unique in it's own beauty.
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John

John

Alexandria
Introduction Alexandria, an inner city suburb of Sydney, is located 4 km south of the Sydney CBD. Alexandria is largely an industrial suburb with medium to high density residential areas. Alexandria is centrally located to the airport, 3 major train stations, walking distance to great cafes, restaurants and pubs. Due to its proximity to the city, Sydney University and The University of New South Wales, housing in Alexandria is highly sought after. This is an affordable and up-and-coming part of Sydney to live in and has a short commute to the CBD and other great areas of the city, making it popular with young professionals and families. Benefits Alexandria is a vibrant suburb offering almost all the amenities: • Safe suburb • Excellent transport links • Very close to the city • Close to shops, restaurants and schools • Affordable suburb • Lots of parks • Hub of cafes and restaurants • Perfect place for young professionals Challenges • No local railway station • Schools are good but not excellent • No major shopping centre Location                                Alexandria is bordered on the north by Redfern and Waterloo, on the east by Zetland, Beaconsfield, and Rosebery, on the south by Mascot, and on the west by St. Peters and Erskineville. Connectivity Alexandria is close to two railway lines on the Sydney Trains network. • Green Square railway station, located on the north-eastern fringe, is on the Airport & South Line. • Erskineville railway station and St Peters railway station are serviced by the Bankstown Line. • Multiple bus services are available to other suburbs. Shopping destinations Alexandria offers good shopping and a range of dining options: • Alexandria is a shopper’s heaven with outlet stores sitting shoulder to shoulder with high-end furniture showrooms and antiques auction houses. • Alexandria Central is a shopping mall in the suburb located on the Fountain Street. • Alexandria Homemaker Centre located on O'Riordan St is also a good option to shop. • For other major shopping options people visit the malls located in the surrounding suburbs. Schools & Daycares  Alexandria offers number of good schools: • Village Nation • Alexandria Park Community School Senior Campus • Central Sydney Intensive English High School • Alexandria park community school Good daycares around the area include: • Alexandria Childcare Centre • Alexandria Montessori Academy Child Care Centre • Explore & Develop Alexandria - Early Learning Centre Eating Joints Alexandria is hub to pubs, cafes, restaurants and bakeries. Some of the best cafes, restaurants and bakeries include: • Mondo Kitchen & Mondo Naked Cakes • Bourke Street Bakery • Bitton Cafe and Restaurant • The Grounds of Alexandria Internet Connectivity The NBN is now widely available in all the parts of Alexandria with a super fast internet speed. Crime & safety Crime rate in Alexandria is 805/1100 whereas Average crime rate of NSW suburb is 805. Dwelling Type Alexandria is a good mix of commercial warehouses, residential high rise and low density units as well as heritage terrace houses. Price Median Sale Price- $1.6m Rent Median Rent Price- $950pw Commute: CBD: 4.3 km / 15-30 minutes by car / 15-20 minutes by transit Chatswood: 16.5 km / 25-50 minutes by car / 35 minutes by transit Parramatta: 25 km / 40-80 minutes by car / 40 minutes by transit Summary Alexandria is part of the Green Square district, in the north east of the suburb. It is a perfect place to live because cafe's, shopping, markets and transport are all walking distance and ever improving. The suburb offers amazing parks and easy access to Eastern Suburbs, inner west and city. It is usually a twenty to thirty minutes' bus ride to the city or a fifteen minutes' drive to the city. Alexandria is home to some of Sydney’s most popular cafes and bakeries. Overall the area is a perfect place to live for young professionals, families and retirees.
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