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Warrnambool v Ballarat

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Any suggestions about Warrnambool v Ballarat. Much appreciated. Thanks

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I am not familiar with Warnambool but it seems to be a town that won't see much population growth nor capital growth to me in the near future. At least not as much if compared to Ballarat and Bendigo.


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Liam Liam

Ballarat has much better return than Warrnambool, thats what I have observed.

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