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Overview Lynbrook is a suburb of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia, and is a part of the local government area of the City of Casey. It is located 36 kilometres southeast of the Central Business District of Melbourne. Lynbrook is neighbouring the following suburbs: Lyndhurst, Skye, Hampton Park, Cranbourne, Cranbourne North, and Cranbourne West. As of the 2016 census, the population of Lynbrook was 15 248.
Living in Lynbrook Lynbrook is a safe and sound suburb surrounded by greenery and filled with lots of open spaces. It is also home to the Banjo Patterson Reserve. There are quite a few amenities available to Lynbrook residents, such as the local shops, the Lynbrook hotel, and many eateries. The Cranbourne home centre is a five-minute drive away, and the Westfield Fountain Gate shopping centre is about ten minutes away from Lynbrook. Lynbrook is in proximity to two train stations, the Hallam Station and the Lynbrook Station.
History of Lynbrook The area on which Lynbrook is built used to be a part of the suburb Lyndhurst before 1994. The Lynbrook Primary opened in January 2005 with 175 students and had reached 937 students in 2013. The St. Francis de Sales Primary School opened in 2010 on Aylmer Road and Henning Avenue.
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