Located 10 km south-east from Melbourne with a population of 11,113.
2015 under 15 years, 7376 between 15 and 65 years, and 1721 people over 65 years. Most properties in caulfield south are owner occupied. There is a large Jewish demographic in Caulfield and buyers compete strongly to secure a property in the area. As such, there are a large number of Sunday auctions and open for inspections. Property prices have risen steeply during the previous few years. Streets are wide and tree lined. Caulfield North is the prestigious side of Caulfield – Caulfield East tends to attract lower prices due to its proximity to Monash University and larger student population.
Caulfield racing course is a feature of Caulfield and attracts large crowds for racing days and exhibitions which take place throughout the year.
The closest train station is Glen Huntley Train Station.
2 major tram routes run to and from the city stopping along Glen Huntley road and Hawthorn Road.
- Melbourne Montessori School
- Melbourne Grammar School
- Glen Eira College
- St Aloysius Primary
- Kilvington Girls Grammer
The main shopping strip runs along Glen Huntley road running between Glen Huntley and Elsternwick. Near by shopping centres are Chadstone Shopping Mall, and South Land Westfield shopping centre,
Caulfield South mainly consists of period-style detached houses on full blocks of land – 600sqm +. Architectural styles range from late Edwardian double fronted brick residences, to Californian Bungalows and post war art deco designs. Modern double story town houses are becoming increasingly common with unique designs well suited to the affluent nature of the suburb. There’s also a growing number of higher density housing – villa units are common, along with double story apartment blocks located closer towards the shops and station.