Cardiff is a city in Western Australia. So far we have accumulated 14 streets in Cardiff and on these streets we have added 128 real estate properties.
- Self-governing territories
- Western Australia
Cardiff is a suburb of the City of Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia. It is located 13 kilometres (8 mi) west-southwest of Newcastle's central business district in the City of Lake Macquarie North Ward. Cardiff is an irregularly shaped suburb. In the 2001 Census Cardiff had 5,039 inhabitants. Including the associated suburbs of Cardiff South and Cardiff Heights, the population was 9,500 persons. Cardiff contains 2government primary schools, a Catholic primary school, an Independent school and a government high school. Like most major suburbs in Lake Macquarie, it has its own commercial centre with a post office, pub (hotel), real estate agencies, take-away shops, a video store, tattoo studio, two opportunity stores, numerous hairdressers and two supermarkets.Cardiff has sporting clubs for the following sports: Cricket (Warners Bay-Cardiff Junior Cricket Club, Cardiff-Boolaroo District Cricket Club, Ulinga junior cricket club), Rugby League (Cardiff Cougars, Cardiff Cobras), Football (soccer)(Cardiff JSFC), Lawn Bowls (Cardiff Bowling Club) and Netball (Cardiff Netball Club). The local police station no longer provides counter services, having been converted into a centre for Highway Patrol officers in around 1998.