Andergrove

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Heading north just across the Mackay Harbour Railway Line, Andergrove has three State schools, two private schools, parks/playing fields, a small shopping strip, a new Woolworths supermarket and a community centre.

Steady development has been quietly taking place since the mid-1990s. The result is a suburb best characterised by its low-set, low-maintenance, brick-and-tile homes and streets that are brimming with kids.

Newer estates include Eaglemount Heights (off Broomdykes Dr) and the Kimberley Estate (off Trout Ave), which both have elevated positions. Although development began soon after the year 2000, the building of new homes continues today.

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Wilson Park    

Nearby parks

Carbeen Street Park

2A Carbeen Street, Andergrove

Features: Cricket pitch

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Gillhams Park

5 Gemini Drive, Andergrove
(behind Andergrove Tavern)

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Inglewood Close Park

17 Inglewood Close, Andergrove

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Jasmine Street Park

16 Jasmine Street, Andergrove

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Jaycee Park

53 Fernleigh Avenue, Andergrove

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Karwin Drive Park

23-27 Karwin Drive, Andergrove

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Mansfield Drive Park

27 Mansfield Drive, Andergrove

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Tanglewood Park

12 Dapplewood Close, Andergrove

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Tropical Avenue Park

33 Tropical Avenue, Andergrove

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Wilson Park

80 Celeber Drive, Andergrove
(in front of Andergrove Community Hall)

Features: Basketball hoop

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