Noranda is an established suburb with significant parklands in its eastern precinct. Bound by Reid Highway in the north and Tonkin Highway in the east, Noranda was settled in the late 1800s when the land was mainly used for farming. It wasn’t until the late 1960s that substantial property development occurred.
Life in Noranda
A classic suburban lifestyle is enjoyed in Noranda. With plenty of parks and reserves colouring its landscape, residents have lots of public open space to explore, such as the Lightning Swamp Bushland, Ivory Park and Luderman Park.
There are local junior sporting clubs for football, cricket and netball, as well as two local state primary schools. Noranda Shopping Village services the area’s immediate shopping and amenity requirements.