It's easy to get around using public transport, there are three (3) tram lines that service the area, several bus routes not to mention, Cyclists have access to many on-road bike lanes as well as the Upfield Bike Path and the Merri Creek Trail.
If you're driving, Coburg is close to the Calder and Tullamarine Freeways - giving you easy access to the CBD and Airport.
With a variety of local street and music festivals, markets, shops, multicultural cafes, restaurants & bakeries - Coburg has plenty to offer anyone looking to stock up on ingredients and recipes from all around the world.
The suburb's most famous landmark is HM Prison Pentridge, which has been redeveloped into a housing estate.
Melbournites know and love Coburg for its local Village drive-in, visiting from all over Melbourne to see the latest movie.
"The Grove" has long been regarded one of the most prestigious streets in Coburg.
Locals say that Coburg is a friendly area with an excellent variety of schools, parks, walking tracks, sporting and recreational activities.
The Coburg area appeals to a broad demographic of people from professionals to families with kids, to singles and retirees.
Discover Melbourne - Restaurants & Cafes in Coburg
The Glass Den
Coburg Night Market
- Parks & Recreation
- Public Transport
- Internet Access
- Resale or Rental Value
Who lives here?
- Families with kids
- Trendy & Stylish
- Pascoe Vale