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Abbotsford

The Yarra river, walking trails, lovely parks, a myriad of recreational facilities, a thriving arts scene, a plethora of local amenities, a multitude of restaurants and shops, a great sense ...

Aberfeldie

Aberfeldie is an attractive, leafy, family suburb, sharing a postcode with Essendon, and splendidly located 9 km north-west of the CBD.There are an abundance of parks, playgrounds, sporting facilities and ...

Airport West

Regardless of its name, Airport West does not contain an airport! It was named because of its proximity to the west of Essendon Airport – Melbourne’s first general airport.Fourteen kilometres ...

Alphington

This primarily residential suburb has become highly popular with those seeking a pleasant location only 7 km north-east from the CBD.Residences include 1970s brick veneer, recently-built townhouses, renovated homes as ...

Ascot Vale

Bound in the west by the Maribyrnong River and in the east by Moonee Ponds Creek, Ascot Vale is located 7 km north-west of Melbourne’s CBD.It’s a mere 10 minutes ...

Avondale Heights

Avondale Heights is a suburb 12 km north-west of MelbourneAvondale Heights is located on a plateau bounded by a large bend of the Maribyrnong River to the east, south, and ...

Brunswick

One of Melbourne’s oldest suburbs, multi-cultural Brunswick has a rich history. With its beginnings as an industrial area, this inner-city suburb is today home to those wanting a happening location ...

Brunswick East

Primarily a residential suburb, Brunswick East offers something for everyone whilst maintaining a relaxed lifestyle.Located 6 km north of the heart of Melbourne, this suburb comprises a large proportion of ...

Brunswick West

Brunswick West is primarily a residential suburb with some light industry. It provides easy access to CityLink and the Tullamarine Freeway, and is located 6 km north of Melbourne’s CBD.Home ...

Bulleen

Bulleen is a suburb of Melbourne, located 12 km north-east of the Central Business District.Bulleen Plaza is the main shopping complex, located on Manningham Road. It includes a library, post ...

Bundoora

16 km north of Melbourne’s Central Business District, leafy Bundoora is a hub for parklands, recreation and education.The word Bundoora is derived from “Kelbundoora”, the name of a 19th-century Wurundjeri ...

Carlton

Vibrant Carlton provides inner-city living at its best! Suited to young professionals, couples and students, and only 2 km from the CBD, Carlton is in walking distance of a host ...

Carlton North

Like other inner-city suburbs, Carlton North, 4 kms north of the CBD, contains an eclectic mixture of people and architecture.Noted for its charming Victorian terrace homes, Carlton North has convenient ...

Clifton Hill

Located 4 km north-east from Melbourne’s CBD,Clifton Hill’s eastern border is defined by the Merri Creek.Residential living in Clifton Hill is largely comprised of Victorian and Edwardian era dwellings. Hoddle ...

Coburg

Just 8 km north from Melbourne’s CBD, Coburg is a highly culturally diverse suburb with strong property growth.Sydney Road is noted as the main commercial precinct with excellent strip shopping, ...

Coburg North

Ten km to the north of Melbourne’s CBD, Coburg North is zoned residential, though there are some industrial precincts.There are more green leafy areas than you’d expect so close to ...

Collingwood

With a character all of its own, Collingwood – one of Melbourne’s oldest suburbs – is located 3 km north-east of the CBD. Close to the action, Collingwood also has ...

Docklands

Docklands is an ever evolving, inner city location with a relaxing waterfront lifestyle. Located only 2 km west of Melbourne’s Central Business District and falling under the City of Melbourne ...

Eaglemont

Rich in history, Eaglemont is a leafy suburb located, 10 kms north-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District.Eaglemont’s small shopping strip includes a variety of general stores including a grocery store, ...

Essendon

Moonee Valley’s largest and generally most affluent suburb, Essendon spans a sizeable area 10 km north-west of Melbourne’s CBD.Successfully combining quality housing, excellent recreational facilities, leading education institutions, public transport, ...

Fairfield

Multi-cultural, friendly, with a broad variety of housing and a great mix of community meeting-places and sporting clubs, Fairfield – a predominantly residential suburb – lies 6 km north-east of ...

Fitzroy

Fitzroy is Melbourne’s first and one of its smallest suburbs – a mere 2km north-east from the CBD. Its two main commercial strips are Brunswick St (one of Melbourne’s major ...

Fitzroy North

One of Melbourne’s finest inner-city suburbs, Fitzroy North (4 km north-east of the CBD) may be joined to Fitzroy, but it has a distinct character with less commercial activity, wider ...

Flemington

Flemington is situated between the Maribyrnong River and Moonee Ponds Creek, 4 km north-west of Melbourne’s CBD. It was named by settler James Watson after the Flemington estate in Scotland.Flemington ...

Footscray

Footscray, 5 km west of the CBD, is characterised by a diverse, multicultural central shopping area, reflecting the ethnic diversity of the population. Once a heavy industrial area, Footscray has ...

Glenroy

Glenroy is a quiet suburb – 13 km north of the CBD – with a number of primary, secondary and private schools.Whilst some properties have a heritage overlay, there are ...

Gowanbrae

Gowanbrae is 13 km north-west from the CBD,bounded by the Western Ring Road, Tullamarine Freeway, and Moonee Ponds Creek.A new suburb within an established area, Gowanbrae could be described as ...

Greensborough

Greensborough is a suburb with a quiet, leafy and family friendly feel. It is located just 19 km north-east from Melbourne’s Central Business District. At the 2011 Census, Greensborough had ...

Heidelberg

Heidelberg is a large suburb of Melbourne, located 11 km north-east of the Central Business District.The administration of Austin Health is based in Heidelberg at the Austin Hospital. The Austin ...

Ivanhoe

A leafy suburb rich in history, Ivanhoe is located 10 km north-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District.Ivanhoe is renowned for its older style homes, with many dating back to the ...

Keilor East

16 km north-west from Melbourne’s central business district, Keilor East is bounded in the west by the Maribyrnong River.Keilor East is serviced by Milleara Shopping Centre, as well as the ...

Kensington

Energised by a jump in population in recent times, Kensington is a delightful inner-city suburb (4 km north-west of the CBD)This quiet suburb has tons of unique character and a ...

Kew

Kew is only seven kilometres east of Melbourne’s CBD and its diverse housing stock, plentiful public transport, quality schools, shopping, parks, easy access to the city and freeway offer an ...

Kingsbury

This primarily residential suburb is becoming popular with those seeking a pleasant location only 12 km north-east of Melbourne’s CBD.Kingsbury offers a range of educational facilities including La Trobe University, ...

Macleod

Macleod is a suburb of Melbourne, 14 km north-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District. At the 2011 Census, Macleod had a population of 9,606. Macleod West refers to the predominantly ...

Melbourne

Melbourne is home to world-class arts and cultural heritage institutions, cutting-edge design, dynamic festivals and community events.An inherent part of its culture relates to the city’s passion for a variety ...

Moonee Ponds

A pleasant place to live, Moonee Ponds – 7 km north-west of the CBD – is home to beautiful Queens Park and Moonee Valley Racecourse.Buses, trams and trains service the ...

Niddrie

With a great blend of families, couples and retirees, Niddrie (13 km north-west of the CBD) is a relatively small suburb with its own sense of style and character ? ...

North Melbourne

Inner-city North Melbourne is 2 km north-west from Melbourne’s CBD and has a pleasant community feel.Noted for its Victorian architecture, eating/shopping, and warehouses and factories, North Melbourne has easy access ...

Northcote

Forget the car – trains, trams and buses make it easy to travel anywhere from multi-cultural Northcote (7 km north-east from the CBD).There’s terrific shopping in High Street and a ...

Parkville

Considered an upmarket suburb, Parkville has beautiful landscaped parks and tree-lined streets, and lies 4 km north of the CBD.Although it is so close to all the action of the ...

Pascoe Vale

Ten kms north of the CBD, Pascoe Vale is serviced by trams, trains and buses plus Moonee Ponds Creek Trail for recreational and commuting cyclists.Known for its many parks and ...

Pascoe Vale South

Primarily a family residential suburb, Pascoe Vale South lies 9 km north from the CBD, is handy to the Tullamarine Freeway, and partially borders Moonee Ponds Creek.Architecturally diverse but less ...

Preston

Preston (9 km north of the CBD) is bordered to the east by the Darebin Creek, a small tributary to the Yarra River, and consists largely of flat terrain.The original ...

Reservoir

12 km north of Melbourne’s CBD, Reservoir is popular with young home-buyers looking for a ‘still affordable’ inner city lifestyle.An established suburb with standard brick and weatherboard homes, and an ...

Richmond

Vibrant Richmond is 2 kms from Melbourne’s CBD and boasts popular shopping precincts, landmark buildings and easily accessible bicycle trails.The diverse suburb has been the subject of gentrification since the ...

Rosanna

Rosanna is located, 12 km north-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District, a leafy suburb on the fringe of the Yarra Valley green belt. At the 2011 Census, Rosanna had a ...

Strathmore

Strathmore is 11 km north-west from the CBD and is partially bordered by Moonee Ponds Creek.With ease of access to Tullamarine Freeway, which effectively cuts the suburb in two, Strathmore ...

Strathmore Heights

Strathmore Heights – between Moonee Ponds Creek and Essendon Airport – is 14 km north-west from Melbourne’s CBD.With a large area of reserve that includes a skateboard ramp, tennis courts, ...

Thomastown

17km north of Melbourne’s CBD, Thomastown came into existence in 1848 when the Thomas family bought the land north of Melbourne for market gardening.Thomastown has a strip shopping centre in ...

Thornbury

Close to everything – public transport, schools, great food shopping and coffee shops, Thornbury is a multi-cultural suburb 7 km north of the CBD.With a friendly community spirit and a ...

Watsonia

Watsonia is located 16 km north-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District. At the 2011 Census, Watsonia had a population of 5,146.Watsonia is named after early property developer and landowner Frank ...

West Footscray

Trains and buses service West Footscray which is 7 km from the CBD. The area has a long history of multiculturalism and features old and new homes – some with ...

West Melbourne

A largely industrial area, West Melbourne is 3 km north-west from Melbourne’s CBD.A significant portion of West Melbourne is occupied by the Port of Melbourne, the railway yards and the ...

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