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Bernard Salt must have trouble thinking outside of his own little world then.

Sydney has dozens of high-rise residential buildings in non-coastal suburbs such as Chatswood, Parramatta and Hurstville.

Melbourne actually has high-rise residential in the suburbs too though, i.e. Moonee Ponds & Doncaster. If Moonee Ponds isn't quintessential traditional suburbia (just ask Dame Edna!) then what is!?!
Coomera sounds different though, more like a suburb of Singapore and less like the odd highrise here and there. I think the places you mentioned in Parramatta, Chatswood and Moonie Ponds are more aimed at singles and professionals who want inner city living - this is something aimed at families in the outer suburbs. I don't think Australia has had anything like this before.
 
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