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Tarneit suburb review

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Hello friends


I am planning for a PPOR in Tarneit this year. Any review about this suburb would be appreciated. TIA

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MD Emren MD Emren

Tarneit is a nice suburb to live with close proximity to all the facilities. However, as per the statistics, the crime rate in this area has increased dramatically in the last few years making it little unsafe.


If you have a family and you want a quality lifestyle move to Tarneit, it really is a fantastic place with a good caring community and friendly hard working people!

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Tarneit area is growing at a very fast pace. It has lot of good schools, parks, recreational facilities around. It has a multi cultural population.


It is around 30 mins to city by train. Peaceful and quiet place to live.

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Ranjit Ranjit

 I recently moved to Tarneit three months ago and it is by far the best suburb I have lived in. The people here are very firnedly and have great community spirit.


This suburb has some excellent homes at great prices as its a fairly new suburb. There are lots of Shops, Schools, plus Parks and Reserves as well. I am loving it here.

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