What are the streets to avoid when looking for a house in South Hedland?

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topher 2yrs+
Um yeah Really hard too say mate South Hedland is pretty big sort off. It would be easier for me to tell you where is better so ill do that instead. Includinig and between Steamer, Collier, Masters and Captains way at the south end seems to be the best spot but you will pay for it. Then Acacia, Banksia, Nix seems to be nice. Then around Baler Primary is meant to be allright. Then up around Dale St its really hard to say because you may have a whole heap of great houses nice people and all it takes is for one family to really stuff it up. If you can get around that first part i said to go you`ll be laughing because it is all brand new, also if you go to whereis.com.au you will notice in some of those areas there are streats but no names thats where alot of the new housing is so hit realestate agent up about those areas. As ive said before dont get too close to the shops and stay close to the outer edges mainly south east, east, north east. I hope this helps.
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laurenv2 Feb 01, 2017
Avoid Dorrigo Loop like the plague
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