Brown Hill 

 

Brown Hill has a number of suburbs. The suburb itself is located about 20 km west of the centre of Adelaide. The suburb is surrounded by Adelaide’s northern suburbs. Some of the suburb’s suburbs include Belair, Belair Park, Belair South, Belair West, Henley Beach, Mawson Lakes, Monarto, Parafield Gardens, Seaford, and Woodcroft.

Brown Hill is a suburb of Adelaide, South Australia, which is located 2.5km south of Adelaide’s city centre in the local government area of Unley. It borders Lyell, Mitcham and the western side of Unley. At the 2006 census, Brown Hill had a population of 3,484.

Brown Hill is the picturesque village with a history that dates back to the Anglo Saxons and Romans. However, it’s only since 1802 that Brown Hill became a village complete with a church, post office, inn, and school. After the railway arrived in 1858, Brown Hill became an attractive place to live. In 1857, a canal was built to transport coal from a nearby mine to the canal boats at Hockley. This made Brown Hill an important stop on the canal. The village was linked to Birmingham by tram.

Ballarat is home to beautiful, tree-lined suburbs, where families go to raise their children. Brown Hill is one such suburb, separated from Golden Point by a natural bushland reserve. The area is popular with young families looking for spacious, low-maintenance homes. Property prices are higher than average for Ballarat, particularly in the Brown Hill area.

Brown Hill is a suburb in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. It is located 17 kilometres (10 mi) south-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District, and is approximately 8 kilometres (5 mi) from the heart of Ballarat. Brown Hill has a range of housing styles including freestanding homes, semi-detached houses, terrace houses, units and apartments.

Brown Hill is an outer suburb in the City of Ballarat. Its estimated population was 2,801 at the 2016 Census split between 1,695 dwellings and 1,014 dwellings. It is characterised by undulating hills and large expanses of farmland. It is largely a residential area, however, has many facilities.

Brown Hill suburbs, Ballarat includes Bacchus Marsh, Buninyong, Buninyong East, Buninyong West, Clunes, Creswick, Eaglehawk, Golden Point, Golden Point South, Sebastopol, Seymour, Sebastopol North, Sebastopol South, Sulphur Creek, and Wendouree.

Located 5 kilometers southwest of Ballarat, Brown Hill’s suburb locals enjoy the perfect mix of country living with fantastic amenities only a few minutes drive away. Brown Hill is home to several schools, making education a concern for many families. It is also very family-friendly with a local park, sportsgrounds, tennis courts and formal gardens.