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About The Area: Brunswick is a laid-back multicultural suburb popular with a young, alternative crowd, and known as a destination for live music, upbeat pubs and beer gardens. At the area’s heart, Sydney Road has Middle Eastern and Mediterranean eateries, offbeat shops, shisha lounges and cafes along its considerable length. Neighbouring East Brunswick is more upscale, home to upwardly mobile professionals and craft-beer bars.
Fast Facts about Brunswick
Things to do: Both Live Music & Coffee are extremely popular in Brunswick
Size: 5.2 Square KM’s
Population: 24,473 in 2016
Weird Fact: Although Brunswick was founded in 1908, it was actually settled all the way back in the 1830’s.
Why choose Brunswick?
Brunswick is only 6 km from Melbourne. And with Brunswick’s easy access to the EastLink, and its extensive tram network, you’re never far from where you need to be.
- Brunswick North Primary School
- Brunswick Sceondary College
- Brunswick South Primary School
- Sydney Road Community School
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