Croydon Hills in Victoria, Australia is a small town wherein most of its residents are athletic by nature. This is due to the fact that people here are an active member of sports clubs. The city has an arrow soccer club which plays its home games at Dorset Recreational Reserve. The Croydon Cricket Club which was established in 1886 participates in the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association, the state's second-highest level of cricket. Its tennis club was founded in 1907 and is one of Victoria's oldest clubs. On the other hand, Croydon's Football Club plays at the Park Oval and boasts of championships in Division One of the Eastern Football League.
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In Victoria, which has yet to receive any Optus 5G Home Broadband, its site will cover: Abbotsford, Arthurs Seat, Braybrook, Brunswick, Campbellfield South, Coburg, Croydon South, Dandenong South, Fishermans Bend, Geelong West, Greenvale Reservoir, Hoppers Crossing, Kensington, Laverton West, Maidstone, Mornington, Mt Evelyn, Mt Martha, Noble Park, Noble Park South, Norlane, Preston East, Research, Reservoir North, Rosebud, Rosebud East, Rye Central, Springvale South, Wantirna South, and Williams Landing. Read more hereOptus, the second-largest telecommunications company in Australia, has laid out 50 sites to receive 5G across the country's two most populous states, Victoria and Sydney. The company is planning to use the Ericsson and Nokia kit for this venture. Their multi-vendor approach to Optus 5G will help to deliver a more dynamic and innovative network for the benefit of their customers. The telco is currently working closely with Ericsson to conduct critical interoperability device testing so that they can deliver a compatible 5G home broadband product. The proposed fee for this service is AU$70 a month which will already provide unlimited data at a 50Mbps minimum speed.
Designated as a "Land for Wildlife", the Cheong Wildflower Sanctuary is located on the corner of Eastfield Road and The Pass, Croydon. The reserve occupies 3 acres of bushland and is off-limits to the public but it can be viewed from the boundary fence. This parcel of land was once part of a large farming area owned by the Cheong family and was later donated to the Council with the purpose of preserving some of the country's native floras. One of the notable features of this park is the presence of a large specimen of White Stringybarks that often catch the attention of sightseers because of their size and age.