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Hornsby

    Hornsby, Sydney (north shore)

Rent: rents are in the mid range

Vibe: Suburbia

Location: Parks, outer suburb/neighbourhood

Welcome to suburbia. Hornsby is your average kinda Sydney north shore suburb, except it has a huge Westfield shopping complex, plenty of transport and is a child care hub. It has lovely tree-lined streets, people who mow their lawns, and is next to some upmarket chi-chi badda bling suburbs with expensive private schools. It is essentially family and young professionals territory. Hornsby also has a decent Indian, Korean and Chinese population, meaning this place has good food. Thousands of people pass through Hornsby each day en-route to somewhere else. The architecture varies from brick townhouses and small apartment blocks to brick homes or timber homes.

Parking is usually fine but can be hard around Westfield. The vibe: Oh Suburbia! Shoe equivalent: slip on sandals, aka Birkenstock rip offs. Would suit: families. Location: north shore. Postcode: 2077. Distance from the city centre: 22km. Direction, North by North West.
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