Which streets should be avoided in Taree due to bad reputations?

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oldbar 2yrs+
I would advise to avoid anywhere near or off bushland drive, taree south, and a few other streets. The better side would be taree west
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jasonb18 2yrs+
Taree is full of unemployed people and from experience every second person has a criminal record. I would not refer to Taree as a nice place whatsoever.
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Martia
Martia Moved to Taree a couple of months ago, just love it ,Jasonb it seems that you move in different circles to most of us if every other person you meet has a criminal record hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
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tarai
tarai I totally disagree as someone who grew up there and come back for uni holidays. My parents live in Victoria St near the tafe and the river and everyone in that st and the surrounding ones (Taree West) are professionals, the main dentists, doctors, lawyers and solicitors live there in the lovely big old houses with landscaped gardens. Many people own audis, volvos (like my parents) and the Stacks from the law firm own a Maserati Levante and a jag. It's like anywhere, totally dependant on the area and anywhere right of the bridge/Wingham road is a no-go (esp around Bushland and Chatham).

Edit: just realised this was 2017, in the last few years there have been a lot of Sydney and Newcastle professionals moving up and the town reflects that, more trendy cafes and expensive restaurants and cars.
Oct 14, 2019
forever-homem
forever-homem What streets in 2019 should I stay away from?
Dec 06, 2019
jyspyr
jyspyr I have lived and worked in taree for 25 years and I don't have a criminal record so who are you judge not what u don't know
Mar 06, 2020
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seeana Mar 07, 2020
Just takes one bad family to move into any area. Just drive up any Street and look how neat and tidy the gardens are , that will prove which people have pride in their homes and Street....easy really if your prepared to do your homework.
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joels13 Jan 14, 2020
Lovely community - good growth and investment opportunities arising in town now - great to see.
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juliet8 2yrs+
I live on Coolabah, it's nice and quiet and people are friendly. But where ever you look, I think your bet bet is to approach the neighbours and ask what they think.
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If you are looking for a good reputation, go to Sydney. If you appreciate peace and safety, stay in Taree!
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RevRichards 2yrs+
My answer would be ask the people that live within the area their are some nice people around there! I would say and hear that Valerie st, can be like Kings Cross on a Friday and Saturday night. However behind the bushland Tavern has cleaned up to become the elite area within the next ten years will be the preferd place! this is my prediction http://www.trafficbuilder2.com
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dice 2yrs+
There are not enough to worth mentioning
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forever-homem Mar 09, 2020
Sure could do that if I lived up in that state. Given how helpful these comments are...I’m looking elsewhere.
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Clem Collier Jun 23, 2018
The ones that don`t have CCTV monitoring.......
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vbgsksd 2yrs+
The locals are up them selves in the bad areas
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