Whats it like to live in Panania? Is there any trouble with the housing commission areas?

hi, is anyone have any idea about panania area? i heard that housing commission is around marco ave, anyone been in trouble before? thanks
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cads87 2yrs+
the suburb as a whole is pleasant to live in, recent upgrades to train station and pub. council crack down on graffitti on shops very successful. mixed race community, all live in harmony
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ichac Feb 08, 2018
hey cewe cakep I think we come from the same background. don't worry, Panania is a good place to live. I live in the southern side of the station close to picnic point and loving the area here, quite, family oriented, close to the reserve and the playground area.
Easy to find food as well and there are lots of local cafes, bus never come late too! :)
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MariaD4 2yrs+
I live on the north side of the station. All I can say, the areas is lovely, peaceful, quiet at night. Train services to the city is getting better with more frequent trains. More Asians are moving in since we first moved in. it's getting better.
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cads87 2yrs+
certainly , in the late 90's there were undesirables in the commision streets such as benfield pde, lindsay ave, which run off marco ave. thankfully things have quietened down on that front. lately, yes, there are alledged drug dealers residing in marco ave, close to the marco reserve park. properties south of the railway line are certainly more appealing, as there are an older population and more of a love thy neighbour attitude.
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