Which side is the best side for a family with 3 young children to live on in Quakers Hill?

people have mentioned Quakers Hill has an old side and a new side. Im just wondering if one side is a better side to bring a young family up? Also someone mentioned take train at your own risk, is there any trouble on these trains when travelling through Blacktown? Thanks in advance.
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James Ruming Jun 29, 2020
Some place at walking distance from Quakers Hill Train Station, and close to Quakers Hill Public School makes the most sense.
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Gary Joseph Jun 28, 2020
Best part of Quakers Hill will be closer to Quakers Hill Public School and Quakers Hill Train Station. Best of both the worlds.
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Manish Tandon Jun 28, 2020
Anything within 1km range of Quakers Hill Public School Catchment is SAFE, and best value for money in Quakers Hill - you get the BEST primary school (as per https://bettereducation.com.au/HotSuburb/primary/nsw/nsw_hot_suburb_rating.aspx) The Quakers Hill Train Station is at a walking distance, woolies/coles/aldi are 5 min. driving distance, Motorway/Parklea Markets/Stanhope Garden shops/Marsden Park Business Park are all 15 min driving distance - basically adding to daily conveniences of life...Quaker Road that has new house and land packages is getting rezoned to R3, and Quakers Hill Parkway (Cowper Circle side and the opposite side) are also getting rezoned to R4.
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tomc25 Nov 06, 2018
Nither, one side you might get stabbed on the other you will be robbed - you choise!
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chrism55
chrism55 Bullshit mate.never heard of anyone getting stabbed or robbed in quakers hill.
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AyeshaSyed 2yrs+
New side near Barnier public school/Farnham shops is good
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TrevorD1 2yrs+
the old side and new side is split by the train line basically, like the simpsons lol

but the new side with police side is more inhabitable and safer for kids to play outside by them selves
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JohnP4 2yrs+
Both sides are great. The old side has bigger land, the new side newer homes. If you are a good handy man choose the old side. Better value for money.
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chrism55
chrism55 Police station side.the other side is a shithole
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EmmaB 2yrs+
People consider the nicer side to be the northern side (the side with the police station). I live on the 'nicer side'. However, I think both sides are great. The old side is 'older' but it isn't dangerous or rough. If you want a bigger block or are thinking about building a pool, subdividing or doing a knock down rebuild buy on the older side. If you want a newer, easier to maintain property which is closer to The Hills build on newer side.
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JeffreyDagg 2yrs+
Police Station or Northern side in my opinion is the best side. All trains have an inherent risk, Quakers Hill is no different to anywhere else. I would be considering my options at 2am in the morning
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silasozzie 2yrs+
NOT the trainline side
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