good suburbs in sydney for living

Reply Wed 30 Nov, 2011 07:56 pm
I am new comer and single person in sydney and want to know what suburbs is safe to live in but with reasonable price. my friends suggested to seven hills and northern suburbs but northern line is quite pricey. please advise and why
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Reply Thu 1 Dec, 2011 12:39 am
G'day Mikamika and welcome to A2K

I'm probably the only Sydney person on this site.

You need to give me an idea of where you're from, what you like to do, eat, play, socialise, work or student? etc., before I can make a suggestion. Some idea of what you can afford would also be helpful.

Sydney is a large city - can spread about 50km in every direction but east - so I need some clues to make a start.

Nowhere in Sydney is really unsafe - but anywhere can be risky if you're not aware of your surroundings.

Miss L Toad
Reply Thu 1 Dec, 2011 04:55 am
Reply Fri 2 Dec, 2011 02:35 am
@Miss L Toad,
Thanks Miss L Toad - but may not be totally helpful!

(then again, perhaps it is!)
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Reply Tue 6 Dec, 2011 08:18 pm
Hi margo,
I m working in city. currently i m renting in west ryde which only takes 30-45 to city, close to supermarket and has big park. but the property in northern suburbs is pricey. one of my friends suggested me to have a look in seven hills.
Reply Tue 6 Dec, 2011 08:28 pm
mikamika - where are you from?

Would you prefer to stay somewhere with access to lots of restaurants?

Are you saying that West Ryde is expensive - or have you been looking at some seriously expensive northern suburbs.?

Personally - I don't like West Ryde; I worked there for a number of years.

Seven Hills is a fair way out - may be cheaper, but probably not too good if you are single and looking for company. It's pretty much a families area.

Depending on the sort of accommodation you want, perhaps consider Burwood/Strathfield / Homebush - good access to the city, plenty of apartments, restaurants, people, sporting clubs, churches. Next - perhaps Parramatta - not as buzzy, but plenty of apartments and restaurants.

It all depends, really, on just what you want. I'm no clearer about that. House, apartment, share house.? Need parks? I have no idea what you consider a reasonable price.
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