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Kogarah
22nd February 2020

"Abundance of amenities and access to water views"

Kogarah is a highly versatile, affordable suburb in Sydney's south, with plentiful amenities for families, young people and professionals. It has a decently sized shopping centre, which can be accessed by foot or car (an added convenience). The library is very spacious, with a myriad good reads catering for the local community. There is a plan to make Kogarah a major health hub, following the upgrade of St George Hospital - which could see an improvement of medical facilities across the Georges River LGA. Kogarah also has fair transport links, and may continue to have even better with a metro line extension to Macquarie Park or Parramatta. The schools in this area are excellent for what they're worth, with top selective school St George Girls ranking out in the top 30. Even with medium rise apartments, the main arteries of Kogarah are not all too crowded, so as far as I am concerned, a very viable destination to live.

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  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
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Concord West
22nd February 2020

"Convenient and tranquil living"

The streets are lined with trees and access to amenities, while not top notch relative to the cities, is not insurmountable. Geographically speaking, this is amongst the greatest suburbs, with the Parramatta River in propinquity, and grassland encompassing some territory. Fairly good.

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  • Families with kids
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Ormonde Parade
22nd February 2020

""Overly bustling but convenient"

Ormonde Pde is essentially the gateway to the Hurstville CBD from residential areas south of Railway Pde and west of Woniora Rd. Access to transport, food and amenities is not difficult as your place of living is just opposite the station which leads into Westfield. However, there are caveats, such as traffic, which may induce some considerable noise pollution. I wouldn't say crime is a huge issue here, even in spite of being one of Hurstville's most heavily car infested streets. There is a police station on the street and a fire station in close proximity, so there won't be huge predicaments. Overall, value for money, but you could live in more homely residences on the southern outskirts of Hurstville.

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