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As you might already know, conveyancing is a complex process that can cause much stress to ordinary people if they decide to enter a transaction without assistance from a professional. Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one person to another, with property laws implemented throughout its stages. To achieve a smooth transaction, consider engaging a conveyancing solicitor from a registered law firm like LEAD Conveyancing before buying or selling your property. A conveyancing solicitor is a lawyer who studies and specialises in property law.
Auburn is a suburb in the eastern region of Hawthorn in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, located within the local government area of the City of Boroondara. The 2021 Australian Bureau of Statistics census determined that the suburb has more than 3000 residents, 52% males and 48% females, and the average age of the residents is 29 years old, nine years younger than the Australian national average age. More than 30% of the residents were born in Australia, while others were born overseas, particularly in China, Turkey, India, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Vietnam, Nepal, Iraq, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Bangladesh, the Republic of Korea and New Zealand. Religious groups in the suburb are Islam, Catholicism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, Uniting Church, and Christianity, Islam being the most populous religion.
Auburn was initially called Red Gum Flat. It is believed that the suburb’s name was derived from either or both residences built in the 1850s; Auburn Lodge, built by Reverend Henry Liddiard and Auburn House, built by John Collings. It was renowned as an excellent source of high-quality clay for brick and pottery products. Regarding weather, the lowest recorded temperature in the suburb is 10 degrees Celcius, the highest temperature is 20.6 degrees Celcius and the average daily temperature is 14.8 degrees Celcius.
Jobs in Auburn are professionals, managers, clerical workers, administrative assistants, sales associates, community services workers, personal service workers, technicians, merchants, labourers, machine operators and drivers. Above 30% of the residents work in a professional setting. Furthermore, more than 30% of the residents live in rental accommodation paying an average weekly rent of around $300. Some statistics of Auburn include
Hawthorn, the city where Auburn is located, has many local tourist attractions worth visiting any time of the year. It is less than 10 kilometres from the Melbourne city centre, making it one of the easily accessible suburbs near the central city. For your first trip, go to Abbotsford Convent along Heliers Street in Abbotsford, Auburn’s neighbouring suburb. It is a non-profit cultural centre set in scenic and historical background, offering visitors galleries, studios and cafes. It is open from early morning until late afternoon.
If you are interested in the train history of Melbourne, visit Melbourne Tram Museum on Wallen Road in Hawthorn. You will see the city’s old trams in good condition and discover why it is considered one of the world’s excellent tramway cities. They held one or more events monthly to attract visitors.
For a quality public park, go to Yarra Bank Reserve along Creswick Street, Hawthorn. Park’s facilities include a children’s playground, ball games, and picnic sites. It is open 24/7 and is an excellent spot for an early morning walk or an evening date with your family. Other places you may visit include