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The pretty suburb of Footscray boasts a population of around 14,000 people and takes its name from the town of Foots Cray in the United Kingdom. One of the great things about Footscray is that it is located just five kilometres from the heart of Melbourne, and the area’s excellent public transportation connections mean that commuters can travel to work in the big city in just a few minutes.

In addition to a wide range of affordable real estate options, Footscray boasts a vibrant shopping district. The area’s community is extremely diverse, and people from all walks of life are sure to receive a warm welcome when they make the suburb their new home.

One of the most enchanting things about Footscray is its ethnic diversity. This is reflected by the wide range of authentic restaurants that can be found there, as well as the vibrant shopping opportunities. People who want to indulge in a spot of shopping will find plenty of bargains at the Footscray Mall, while local markets set up in the heart of Footscray almost every day of the week.

The Footscray Community Arts Centre hosts a wide range of special events throughout the year including visual art exhibitions, music performances and theatrical performances. Nature lovers will also be able to unwind in Footscray Park, which is one of the largest Edwardian parks in the whole of Australia. This enchanting park is set on the southern bank of the Maribyrnong River and offers plenty of shady spots for residents to simply sit and soak up the atmosphere.

The colourful St Jerome’s Laneway Festival is held every year in the month of February and is the perfect opportunity for the residents of Footscray to get together and have fun. Other local events include the Big West Festival and Feasting in Footscray.
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Average price per  m2  $4,300
Average price per  m2  $0.83
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