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    What about goodna, I know it's not as nice as other suburbs but there's a new sub division thing the houses are brand new for about 350 which would be better for us in one wage...

    The area we looking at doesn't flood it's at the top of a hill.

    It's only 5ks to DFs work, one k to the train station and would only take me 45mins to get to the uni via public transport..

    What do you recon??

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    Anyone?
    I've got a few houses in other suburbs but goodna makes a lot of sence

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    What do you recon??
    I wouldn't live there. Maybe if you get really desperate though... you could build up a rental record over here then move somewhere nicer in the future.

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    Spend an hour at st ives shopping centre, or visit the goodna train station at night before you commit to goodna.

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    I can't edit my post, but I worked their for years, And caught the train. there are kids chroming, gangs. I wouldn't recommend the train station at night. Some chromer put his hand up my dress one night.

    What about the centenary suburbs?

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    Goodna - Would Not!

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    I lived in goodna, when studying and had not much of an income with dh- It's fine. We lived on barker close and it was no where near the floods.

    I studied at south bank and found that it was good for public transport.

    Used the food works for shopping at redbank and the fruit and veg place outside it was great.

    Hardly ever shopped at st Ives cause I hate woolworths.

    Also nice and close to Springfield Orion shopping centre. We had a brand new big 4 bedroom, double garage, air con, living room, lounge room, big backyard 2 bathrooms and big backyard and paid $295 a week. That was about a year ago though. Check it out for sure

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    Mount Ommaney, Jamboree Heights, Jindalee & Sinnamon Pk are lovely, family friendly & quite affordable

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    I drove to the red bank station- more parking better lighting and they had security at night.

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    Ok I'll keep goodna in mind if we can't seem to get a house else where

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