Living in Wyoming with children

Hi we are young family with 2 kids ages 4 and 5, we are now living in Sydney but things are so expensive here. We decided to buy a house in Wyoming and rented it out for start. But I really love to move in. However I just want opinion of local people what do you think of raising children here, school, sport , activities ? My husband still need to travel for work to Sydney every day. Not sure if the right decision if we move in. But I definitely love the house and quiet area near Valley Vill
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Hello KanC, I also live in Wyoming & for quite some time I travelled to Sydney for work. I can tell you that it will take you about 10-15 minutes to get to the train station depending on traffic & then about 1 hour to Central station. Schools are good for both primary and high school - I do not have kids, but many of my friends do & they are happy with several sports teams in the area with all genres of sport well represented. Wyoming is a suburb that has benefited more than its neighbours from the growth in the property market recently as it is the first home-based residential suburb outside of Gosford. North Gosford & East Gosford are both medium density suburbs with mainly duplex or town-houses as the primary form of property.
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KanC Thanks so much for your answer , I really like the area I think it's great for family too.
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Jimmyq Nov 12, 2019
Its definately an improving area. Its got everything you need.
Good Catholic school.
Coles.
Large Medical Centre. Good dentist.
Good sporting club and sports oval.
Excellent Cafe. The Ministry.
Excellent Pizza. Hungry Wolfs (also Coffee shop as well).
Two excellent Thai Restaurants.
One exceptional Thai Massage Shop
A decent Indian Restaurant.
The cheapest fuel in the area...United.
Quality Theatre.
Also has a large pub....with decent food.

It does still have a touch of Bogan about it that if you come from the North Shore you will really notice but if you are from Western Sydney not so much.
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