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Having a Look at Hinchinbrook 

If you want to check out the suburb Hinchinbrook there is plenty to see. Relatively new it boasts a few schools, a park and a couple of sporting areas. http://www.prudential.com.au

 

 
 
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Published:  February 08, 2012
 
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Slide 1: Having a Look at Hinchinbrook If you are checking out the suburbs of Sydney for somewhere to live then this article will leave you more informed about the suburb Hinchinbrook. Relatively new as a residential area, it is 39 kilometres from the CBD in Sydney’s south west. It is surrounded by Banks Road on the East, Cowpasture Road in the West, Hoxton park Road to the South and South Liverpool Road in the North. This suburb is part of the City of Liverpool and was initially called Woodside however the name was changed to Hinchinbrook after the Hinchinbrook Creek that runs through the area. Hinchinbrook history. The early 1800’s is when Hinchinbrook first started to be settled and the land was primarily used for dairy farms, vineyards and orchards. It was not until the 1980’s were reached that Hinchinbrook experienced major development. A swift growth stretched into the early 1990’s and when 1996 came the growth slowed. Between 2001 and 2006 there were new properties added to Hinchinbrook and the population increased slightly and property management Sydney grew too. Education in Hinchinbrook. There are a few education establishments to choose from when living in Hinchinbrook or the surrounds. Hoxton Park Public School, Hinchinbrook Public School and Middleton Grange Public School are the primary schools on offer and for high schools there is a choice of James Busby High School, Hoxton Park High School and Good Samaritan Catholic College. Each of these schools offers wonderful education and one may specialise in areas the others may not. If you have children who will be attending school and want to seek the best education for them, then a simple phone call or a visit to the schools to discover their individual strengths in education should help with any information you need. Hinchinbrook lifestyle. Known for having new affordable family homes, Hinchinbrook has a few different offerings for activities about town. The Uruguyan Social Sporting Club and the Hoxton Park Golf Driving Range are ideal for those seeking to start an active lifestyle or who already participate in sporting activities. For a more relaxed way of living or for having your own kind of outdoor activities with the family, there is the Hoxton Park Reserve and for all your shopping needs there is the Valley Plaza. To find out more about the suburb of Hinchinbrook you may take a day trip to check out the local scenery if your current living distance allows, contact the local council, or you can contact any real estate Ingleburn. http://www.prudential.com.au

   
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