Sunbury located 39km from Melbourne’s CBD is a perfect balance of city and country life.
There is no doubt that Sunbury is beautiful place to live. Sunbury has a rating of 8.1 out of 10, that’s got to say something. With its great reviews and positive feedback the locals all have such appealing things to say about this cozy town.
So, who lives in Sunbury?
- Families with children
- Country lovers
What is Sunbury great for?
- Parks and Recreation
- Being safe and sound
- Resale or Rental Value
- Cost of Living.
There are plenty of and beautiful sites to see around Sunbury beginning with The Nook. The Nook is a popular place for families to be able to go for a nice walk along flowing waters, a wide space to play family games and enjoy the fresh air.
Another popular place is the Spavin Drive Creek. This creek is also a lovely location which is stocked regularly with rainbow trout prior to school holiday breaks making it a fun prospect for anglers and kids. This spot is a great communal lake where people come to walk their dogs, do activities and is a very popular location for fishing. There are so many places to visit while in Sunbury such as Jacksons Creek, The Vine Yard the list goes on.
There is approximately 13 schools in Sunbury (including primary and secondary) of both public and private education.
- Sunbury West Primary School
- Sunbury Primary School
- Sunbury Heights Primary
- St Annes Primary School
- Sunbury Downs College
- Sunbury College
- Salesian College
The demand of living in Sunbury has significantly changed house price over the past few years.
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Residents enjoy their time in Sunbury and the lovely community that they live in. That is why people highly suggest coming to this beautiful, lovable suburb.
Information source: homely.com.au
Information Source: RP Data – Corelogic.
Image Source: Herald Sun