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Heathridge

"Heathridge"

Since I moved in 2008 I have noticed a positive change. More houses are being renovated and done up. They seem to sell quickly as well. Lots of younger couples moving in and redoing gardens etc
Many dining in and out choices, also choice of Supermarkets/deli's. Bus runs throughout suburb taking you to nearby rail stations. Sadly no tavern in Heathridge.. yet.
Easy access to Marmion Ave & Freeway. Close to beach and Joondalup city. Still close to beach.

Great for

  • Choice of shopping centres
  • Lots of parks & playgrounds
  • Large blocks - privacy from neighbours

Not great for

  • No pubs or bars

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Tourists
  • LGBT+
  • Hipsters
  • Students
  • Trendy & Stylish
  • Beach Lovers
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ScoutJohns

you wont find a tavern, chemist, fuel station in Heathridge cause the ones that were there got broken in to constantly and those sites now replaced by homeswest, crime rate according to neighborhood watch is high , lots of drug users stealing to support their disgusting habbit

JohnS18

What are you talking about? Heathridge has never had a tavern, fuel station or chemist. I should know I have lived there 30 years and never had a problem with the crime rate you're on about.

leeannec1

There was a fuel station on the corner of Admiral grove & Caridean Street. Was removed about 20 yrs ago. There was a medical centre & pharmacy behind that on Admiral grove , opposite Exodon place. That area is all now low cost housing. I lived in Heathridge for 30 yrs & raised 3 sons there. Never had any problems. Great area to raise a family. It doesnt need a tavern. Johnny has the best bottle-o in Perth. Joondalup & Whitfords have plenty of night life venues. Heathridge doesnt need its own watering hole. Its lovely the way it is.

anonymous12345
anonymous12345

Agree with leeannec1. I grew up there from 1979 and my parents still live in the same house. There was a Shell petrol station until the late 90s on the corner of Admiral Gove and Caridean, and Doctor's surgeries behind that (Dr Stamopoulos, our family GP for years) and an adjoining chemist. Never a tavern though. Heathridge was the end of civilisation when we first moved there but is really central now. We've had no issues there and the parents are refusing to move for as long as they can.

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Sadliers Crossing

"hell on earth"

very noisy unsafe, clubs open very late into the small hours where yobs pass by your house lob broken glass into your driveway. and shout causing public disturbances on a regular basis. Yobbos and delinquents hang around the deli, library, pubs and in particular the Parole and probation office located in Brisbane Street.

Great for

  • None

Not great for

  • Everything
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kurtsy

But Brisbane Street is not in Sadliers Crossing. Shouldn't this really be a review for West Ipswich, or Ipswich central?

Peterjames
Peterjames

I agree with Kurtsy

dlee

I strongly disagree with this. Sadliers Crossing is very quiet with no nightclubs or late businesses nearby. It's a very old area with nice quiet streets. Northern obviously doesn't know his areas. The area he described is definitely the CBD, and not all the time. With the advent of Police cameras everywhere even these problems have toned done a lot.

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Brookfield

"peacefull, beuatifull but no internet access!"

15km from brisbane city, 1 miilion dollar house and i cant get mobile phone access, wireless internet access or adsl internet access. Have to wait till someone moves and hope i snag there internet port. Not good when u have a home based buissiness. But i do have best tv reception ever.

Great for

  • Beauty
  • Peace
  • Safety

Not great for

  • Internet access
  • Mobile phone access
  • High house prices

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Tourists
  • Hipsters
  • Country Lovers
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Pimpama

"Get me out of Coomera Waters"

Coomera Waters is the worst place I have lived in. We were told that there is community spirit here, I am still waiting to find that community spirit after living two years in Coomera (Hell) Waters.

There are no shops to speak of, except a corner shop, the closest shops, doctors, newsagent etc are about 10 minutes drive away.

I am sick of the hoons driving up and down Foxwell Road each Friday and Saturday night. Yes a couple of times the Police have a radar gun/van at 5.00 pm at night when people are coming home from work but they do not do anything about it at midnight or later.

To use your mobile you have to stand outside at a certain angle and do not move, otherwise you loose the signal.

Quite a few times the landline does not work, so what happens if there is an emergency with no telephone access and no mobile access.

Get me out of here.

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coomerasu

I have lived in Coomera Waters for 6 years. I find the community spirit here fantastic. There are so many things to do - Pilates, Tennis, Swimming, Aquacise, Walking Club, Playgroup, Book Club, Gym, Art Classes, Social Club at the Tavern, School Holiday Programmes, Free Access to some classes at Genesis Rec Club, and many more. To find the community spirit, you have to get out there. It doesn't come to you. Our local neighbourhood has a street party each Xmas, and a few of us meet for a progressive dinner each month at each other's houses. If ever we are in need, there's always a friendly neighbour around to call on. Security is 24/7 and I have never felt safer. The man-made sandy beach is great, as are the playgrounds, recreation centres and Tavern. We even have our own pharmacy now with a doctor coming soon. The IGA is very competitive and is open very convenient hours.
I would recommend it to anyone - I love it here.

Oriana

I would have to agree with northern, it is horrible (to put it mildly) living in Coomera Waters. There is definitely no community spirit, TOO many rentals (who are just trashing the joint) and hoons. Yes there are those activities, but they are all during the day. I enquired about the social club at the Tavern, but that does not exist anymore. We have tried even just waving to our neighbours, but they just look through you as you are invisible. So much for the security, why has there been so many break-ins lately, even whilst people are asleep. Lets see how long this Pharmacy and Doctor stay for, the other Doctors have come and gone so much over the last three years. It is DEAD down at the so called tavern/shopping area. My husband and daughter went to play at the social tennis night that was organised and they were the only two people in attendance, and yes they had the correct night. Now the telephone company, that we have to use, are going to charge us for FREE to air television channels. I would not recommend this suburb to anyone, as I say the best thing about Coomera Waters is Foxwell Road (the road out of here).

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Shorts Road

"Shh.. Amazing hidden pocket, check your melways/satellite view biggest GREEN area surrounding Melbourne"

Mc Mahons Road has the elevated city views, quiet pocket closed off to other traffic other than the great familys living within. The most under valued family pocket, with so much green i.e flowing water bike paths etc, suprised they havent renamed it as a fancy new estate.

Highly recommended for families A++++, get in while it is reasonably priced

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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