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If your a fan of a suburb that is uber trendy, fashionable and jam-packed with great cafes and beautiful people, then here are some spots for you.

Suburb profiles

Albert Park

Albert Park is an inner suburb located 3 km south of Melbourne's CBD.


Blackburn South

Located 16km east of Melbournes CBD, Blackburn South is a suburb that makes you feel a sense of space and greenery while still being close to the city.

Box Hill North

Located 14 kilometres east of Melbournes CBD, Box Hill North is a quiet and spacious residential suburb where the streets are canopied by beautiful trees, and lined with both modern and character family homes.


Brunswick is an inner-city suburb just 4 kilometres north of Melbourne City known for its bohemian culture and strong arts and live music scenes.

Brunswick West

Brunswick West is located 6 km north from Melbourne's CBD



Fitzroy was Melbourne's first suburb, created in 1839 when the area between Melbourne and Alexandra Parade (originally named Newtown) was subdivided into vacant lots and offered for sale.


Hampton is an affluent suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 14 kilometres south-east of Melbourne's central business district


Malvern East


Maribyrnong is located 8km north-west of Melbourne

Mount Eliza


Newport is an inner suburb 7 km south-west of the Melbourne CBD


Northcote is an inner suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 7km north-east of Melbourne's Central Business District. It is part of the local government area of the City of Darebin.

Point Cook

Point Cook is located in the western suburbs of Melbourne, home to the RAAF Base and RAAF museum, Point Cook is the birthplace of the Royal Australian Air Force.


South Yarra

St Kilda

St Kilda is an inner suburb of the metropolitan area of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 6 km south-east of Melbourne's Central Business District. Its local government area is the City of Port Phillip.


Toorak Gardens

Toorak Gardens is a leafy, suburban inner suburb of Adelaide, just 2km from the CBD.


Williamstown is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 9 km south-west of Melbourne's central business district in the local government area of the City of Hobsons Bay.


Suburb profiles by lifestyle

Bayside living

Life by the bay varies from peaceful seaside suburbs like Rosebud, to thriving and action-packed metropolis' like St Kilda.

Blue Chip

Well established and coveted suburbs with strong demand, a history of sustainable property growth, good schools and transport links.

Country life

Looking for fresh air, open spaces and slower pace - a country lifestyle awaits!


We've listed some suburbs that have a great range of exciting things to do... You'll never be bored living here.


Suburbs that are great for raising a family, with excellent schooling options and all the conveniences a family could want within close proximity.

Fishing & boating

Here are some suburbs where there are some great spots for fishing or boating activities nearby (you may find some hidden gems):

Food lovers

Looking for a delicious location, a foodie hot spot? There are definitely some suburbs that stand out for their culinary scene.


We've hand-picked some suburbs where the locals are super friendly and everyone knows everyone (well nearly).


These suburbs have a flourishing sub-culture, associated with alternative music, arts, organic and artisanal foods and alternative lifestyles.

Inner city living

Looking for a vibrant inner-city lifestyle where every convenience is right at your doorstep. We've shortlisted some inner-city suburbs.