There are also plenty of suburbs which afford a more balanced style of living and can even feel as if they had been transported in from elsewhere. One suburb that stands a bit northeast of Melbourne has acquired a reputation for having an inimitable small-town feel and an especially welcoming outlook. A quick look at some of the attractions that make Macleod Victoria stand out to so many residents will reveal a number of reasons to live there or to visit.
A Small, Quiet Suburb With Some Notable Features
Home to only about 10,000 permanent residents, the suburb in question is smaller than many that surround Melbourne. At the same time, it features enough in the way of distinctive characteristics that it has a real personality of its own. Some of the most prominent of these include:
Many More Reasons to Visit or Live in the Area
With these being only a handful of the attractions that help set Macleod Victoria apart from its neighbours, there are many more reasons to consider visiting or even moving to the area. Despite lying only 14 short kilometres from Australia's second most populous city, the municipality has a small-town personality and charm that just about everyone finds appealing.
Macleod also makes for an excellent starting point for those interested in heading out to see what else the Melbourne area has to offer. The scenic town of Marysville, for instance, is only about a hundred kilometres away and has recovered nicely from a devastating fire that laid it low ten years ago. As such, visitors and residents alike should never lack things to do and see either in the suburb itself or not so far outside of it.
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