Filled with restaurants, cafes, schools and parklands this would have to be the centre point of activity in the region. Venture out and enjoy the many walking tracks or stop at a cafe for coffee and cake as streets blossom with a lively atmosphere all year round.
Easy access to public transport provides the best of both worlds. Enjoy the tranquillity of living close to the hills, yet with public transport close enough to take you right into the heart of the city with ease.
Local shops, supermarkets and Wodonga Plaza offer terrific shopping for everyone. The Wodonga real estate market also offers diverse living with ever changing streetscapes catering for both first home buyers right through to luxurious, up market living.
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The City of Albury, located in Wiradjuri country, has a bustling economy, world-class medical and health services, a vibrant cultural and artistic scene, sporting facilities to rival those of the capital cities and endless leisure and recreation options.
Albury has a cosmopolitan feel that reflects a unique multicultural heritage. Our Indigenous and pioneering populations have blended with post World War II migrant communities – German, Dutch, Italian, Greek, Philippine and Polish – and more recently arrived Vietnamese, Bhutanese, Laotian, Albanian and Bosnian communities.
As a result, Albury is full of variety and vitality. And, as you can see from the vision set out in our Community Strategic Plan - Albury 2030, the future looks even more exciting.
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The Thurgoona Wirlinga Precinct Structure Plan seeks to create an urban development structure/pattern that will facilitate the orderly development of land in the short, medium and long term and deliver practical outcomes in response to:
- Housing yields and density;
- Employment areas land provision and location;
- Activity centres land provision and location;
- Community facilities land provision and location;
- Transport and movement networks;
- Open space and recreation facilities;
- Natural systems;
- Utilities; and
- Land use conflicts.
It is anticipated that the Thurgoona Wirlinga Precinct Structure Plan will provide the framework for statutory planning controls, give local communities, developers and other investors greater certainty and confidence about future development in the Thurgoona /Wirlinga structure plan precinct and allow for whole of community involvement.
The Thurgoona Wirlinga Precinct Structure Plan was prepared by a design team lead by RPS. The Thurgoona Wirlinga Precinct Structure Plan has been based on extensive community consultation and feedback over a twelve month period.
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Baranduda is a nice quiet suburb with good amenities and a selection of schools. There’s an abundance of land to choose from and a steady stream of houses being built. Investors can buy or build a home for great value and get strong and consistent rental returns.
Property listings have skyrocketed in this growing investor and first home buyer hotspot. New research from realestate.com.au shows Baranduda had the biggest percentage increase in active property listings nationwide in the year to January 2016.
The rise in listings can be attributed to the development of housing estates and buyer demand triggered by affordability, improving infrastructure and proximity to booming regional city Wodonga. There has been an increase in demand from first-home buyers and families in recent times, but also from investors from surrounding major cities including Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra.
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Bandiana is a bounded rural locality of the City of Wodonga local government area in northeast Victoria, Australia. At the 2006 census, Bandiana and had a population of 114, mainly based at the military camp.
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