What suburbs are cheap in rent in Geelong?

As i am a single mum, with 4 girls all at primary school, need the lot as i can not afford to live in Melbourne any longer.
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Nick Maas 2yrs+
Perhaps try Norlane West, Bell Park, Bell Post Hill, & Newcomb. They are all reasonably close to Geelong CBD while still being affordable. Maybe Hamlyn Heights & Herne Hill. There are cheaper suburbs (Corio, Norlane) but they attract a lot of undesirables and a lot of trouble.
Sections of Grovedale may also be attractive. Plenty of Primary Schools in the area, as well as shops and public transport.
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Eddie_eee 2yrs+
By the way, Whittington is not the best choice either. Might be a good idea to check the bus routes for the suburbs you are interested in. As running a car is getting dearer, who knows if you'll be attending training courses or looking for work for a while and that all costs money. Let us know how you get on and send any more questions.
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MsL2
MsL2 Eddie..though your answer is two years old. If you or anyone could advise..Is corio & norlane still bad. How bad? Cant be the whole area though..which streets are okay & does it get so cold in winter that heating is required, since I notice many if not all homes in real estate sales ads have heaters and large windows also, presumably to grab as much sunlight thus heat as possible during the day.
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