I am looking for copywriter to create neighborhood profiles for following Australian suburbs:
- Gordon NSW 2072
- Williamstown VIC 3016
- Canterbury VIC 3126
- Normanhurst NSW 2076
- Strathfield NSW 2135
- Mount Waverley VIC 3149
- Cheltenham VIC 3192
- Point Cook VIC 3030
- Melbourne VIC 3000
- Balwyn North VIC 3104
Each profile should consists of 250+ words reflecting following information (you can see example of what I am looking for along each section):
Williamstown is a gorgeous waterfront suburb just south-west of the city. Historic buildings overlook a relaxing beach and a bustling, social strip of cafes, pubs and visiting tourists.
Williamstown’s neat south-west location means it’s swiftly accessed by the West Gate Freeway, or, for fun, by ferry from St Kilda. Williamstown’s maritime history echoes in its layout arcing around a picturesque waterfront, while inland you’ll find decent schools, good transport and a range of pretty homes with room to breathe.
Williamstown’s range of schools makes it a great spot for families raising kids, but its relaxing, waterfront lifestyle less than 10kms from the city makes it a popular choice for older couples and independent people who enjoy a city view, just across the water.
Gordon is located on a major transport artery, the Pacific Highway and the intersection of Ryde and Mona Vale Roads which form a link between the northern beaches, Homebush Bay and the St George District and Sutherland Shire. Gordon railway station is on the North Shore Line of the CityRail network with frequent commuter services. A bus stop outside Gordon railway station is a terminal for various routes including those to St Ives, West Pymble, Mona Vale/Warriewood and Macquarie University.
5. Local amenities
Gordon has a shopping centre with many shops and restaurants along the Pacific Highway and around Gordon railway station. The largest building in Gordon, the Gordon Centre, contains many shops and offices, including a Woolworths (supermarket), a [url removed, login to view] Bank branch, a Harvey Norman store, and Gordon Executive Centre serviced offices.
Life in Williamstown is a waterfront postcard, with a pretty cafe strip and a rich maritime backstory told in the impressive historic buildings. It’s popular with tourists but even more popular with residents who like its community spirit, good schools and transport, and relative proximity to the city, not to mention those unbeatable views.
Please do not use statistics, like average age, median property prices, household size, etc in your articles.
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Hi, I am free to do this for your for $20 per profile. I have done this for a few clients and can send examples. I do it for a construction company in Qld at the moment :) Thanks, Corinne