Albert Park

Located 3 km south of Melbourne’s CBD with a population of 5827 (2006 Census). Albert Park is possibly one of the most picturesque suburbs in Melbourne. With a village like atmosphere, wide tree lined streets, and an abundance of heritage listed houses, the suburb plays host to possibly the most famous park in Melbourne – […]

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Chelsea

Chelsea is located 30km south east of Melbourne’s CBD with a population of 6694 (2006 census). Chelsea is a bayside suburb particularly attractive to those who relish an outdoor life style – Chelsea beach and Bicentennial Park are popular attractions for visitors during the summer months.  As with all the bayside areas, the beach and […]

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Cairnlea

Cairnlea is located 17km north-west of Melbourne’s CBD with a population of 6,070 (2006 census).  Cairnlea is a fairly new ‘residential’ suburb of Melbourne quickly absorbing the overspill of Melbourne’s population from the neighbouring suburbs of Sunshine and Albion. The new estate – formally home to a defence manufacturing site – had a shaky start as much of the area contained […]

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Burnley

Located 4km East of Melbourne’s CBD with a population of 708 (2006 census) Burnley is often over looked by buyers because it is factored into the greater Richmond area. It has a mix of commercial, residential and industrial areas with a younger demographic than many of the surrounding suburbs.  A large number of residents rent in Burnley and […]

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Brunswick East

Located 6km north of Melbourne with a population of 7,410 (2006 census).  The demographics of Brunswick East are interesting.  It lies next door to Brunswick – the boarder being Lygon St, and has a large number of residents (about 1/3rd of the metro population which according to Wikipedia is higher than other metro areas in Melbourne).  This […]

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Brighton East

Located 13km south east of Melbourne’s CBD with a population of 15,167. (2006 census). Brighton East attracts residents unable to afford neighbouring Brighton prices – willing to purchase a property that falls a little further from Brighton’s coastal shores. Residents are mostly owner occupiers and the demographic is generally made up of older more affluent families. Brighton East boarders on […]

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Brighton

Located 11km South East of Melbourne’s CBD with a population of 20,651 (2006 census) Brighton is home to some of Melbourne’s most wealthy residents – it’s an interesting paradox that Henry Dendy who initially purchased the land in 1840 with a view to subdividing the area into allotments and selling it to the rising population – initially […]

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Braybrook

Located 9 km west of Melbourne’s CBD with a population of 6940 (2006 census), Braybrook is undergoing a period of expansion and gentrification as part of Melbourne’s  urban sprawl as house prices and stock supplies  push buyers into areas previously considered low in desirability. The Western suburbs are far less populated in comparison to the Eastern […]

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Boronia

Located 29km east of Melbourne’s CBD with a population of 20,447 (2006 census). Named after the plant ‘boronia’, the suburb is popular for its tree lined streets, nature reserves and bike paths. Parts of Boronia overlap the foothills of the Dandenong ranges and capture wonderful views of the National Park and Melbourne. The completion of […]

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Bentleigh East

Located 15km south-east from the CBD with a population of  24520 (2006 census).  Bentleigh East is underpinned by Bentleigh which has the advantage of playing host to the suburbs only train station and major shopping strip. Median prices between the two differ because of this, however families who can’t afford Bentleigh prices and still want access to schools […]

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