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    Although is small, Braybrook is close to other major cities from Australia, so from this place you have the opportunity to visit more places than you have imagined. Do not be afraid to try something new, Braybrook will not disappoint you at all! Braybrook is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, in Australia. Braybrook has an industrial past, but now has developed and you will see many interesting things.

    Braybrook is a place with many contrasts, with multiple emerging cultural groups that will impress you for sure. The landscape is also very relaxing and you will have the possibility of visiting other places and cities that are near it. Braybrook is an interesting experience that will help you relax and spend a nice time. Visit this place and you will not regret it at all! 

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    Driving tips in Braybrook 

    Braybrook is a suburb located about 9 kilometers west of Melbourne, Victoria.  The suburb is surrounded by Duke Street in the west, by the Maribyrnong River in the north, by Ashley Street in the east and by Sydenham railway line and Sunshine Road to the south.

    Explore Braybrook attractions in your rental car

    Central West Plaza is near the South Road and Ashley Street. Many interesting shops and products are waiting for tourists to admire them. If you want to buy a present for someone or a souvenir, then this is the great place for that. You will also find restaurants and several shops that will surely attract you from the first time you will enter.

    Braybrook Plaza is located on the corners of Ballarat Road and Ashley Street. Is a larger shopping center with strip malls and also attractive individual shops. On the Ballarat Road, numerous and irresistible fast food restaurants will catch your attention and you can also try delicious dishes.

    The City of Maribyrnong is the Local Government Area of Braybrook and also a very important economic center. Here, you will find Victoria University and several schools and libraries, too. Here live many cultural groups and every year this place has new arrivals from India, China, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Its population is about 69,825 people.

    The Highpoint Shopping Centre is the major shopping centre in the western suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. With over 400 stores, it is the largest shopping centre serving Melbourne's western and northern suburbs (the western and northern suburbs have a joint population of at least half a million people). 

    Medway Golf Club is a leading golf venueLocated in the parkland setting along the Maribyrnong River. In Medway Golf Club, the great traditions of golf are embraced head on making sure that people will enjoy the challenge of the course and will feel welcome to share the highlights of the day with others in the Clubhouse.

    Maribyrnong River flows through many suburbs and one of these suburbs is Braybrook. The river ascends about 50 kilometers north of Melbourne, Victoria, near Mount Macedon. The river flows generally southward and merges with the Yarra River to flow into Port Phillip. Being the second major river in Melbourne, Maribyrnong River plays an important part in Melbourne's recreation. One can enjoy boating, fishing, walking, and cycling along paths such as the Maribyrnong River Trail. One can also enjoy light bushwalking where nature lovers can observe Australian native fauna (echidna, wallabies, possums, and flying foxes).