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Moonee Ponds

    Moonee Ponds, Melbourne (inner N/W)

Rent: apartment rents are in the lower to mid range, house rental prices are higher

Vibe: Let's feed the ducks

Location: Parks, 5-10km from city centre

Dame Edna Everage made Moonee Ponds famous. The sparkling starlet hailed from Moonee Ponds in the 1950’s, which, at the time, was about as middle class and average as you can get. So, is Moonee Ponds still average? Nah. It has a strong Italian presence a pleasant shopping village, great public transport, great architecture, nice streets, and the BEST pizza in all of Melbourne. Moonee Ponds is one very family friendly place. (More info below...)
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