I dont really get your question, as Wyndham is a small remote town in the top end of Western Australia with a total population of around 1000. There are no suburbs, its just the town, and i have never heard of the area you mention of Glendale. Although Wyndham is a nice place, been so far from any city (2000km or more) there isnt much to do unless ur a nature lover and in that case the whole area is filled with beautiful gorges, waterfalls, and amazing sights. There are two schools, Wyndham District High School & St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, one TAFE campus, and a daycare centre. There is also an outdoor swimming & recreational centre for leisure. For tourists, there are two hotels and a caravan park. Wyndham is served by Wyndham Airport. The town has a museum in the old courthouse that is open to the public and run by the Wyndham Historical Society. Wyndham is also the home of the Big Crocodile, a wire and concrete statue of a crocodile around 18 metres (60 ft) long. Wyndham is the oldest and most northernmost town in western australia and also australia's hottest town. It is also home to hundreds of crocodiles but as long as u take care and be on the lookout, you will be fine.