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Suburb profile: Mooroolbark, VIC 3138

31km east of Melbourne is Mooroolbark, boasting a location close to the Yarra Valley, and the Dandenong Ranges while being close enough, yet far enough away from the city.

Jump on a train at Mooroolbark station or use the Eastern Freeway to get to the city in under an hour or, in the other direction, you could be wine tasting in Yarra Glen in around 20 minutes.

There are many families residing here, probably due to the many great schools in Mooroolbark such as, Bimbadeen Heights Primary School, Manchester Primary School, Mooroolbark East Primary School, Pembroke Primary School, Rolling Hills Primary, Mooroolbark College, Yarra Hills Secondary College, Billanook College, Saint Peter Julian Eymard Catholic Parish Community School and Yarralinda Private Primary School.

While Mooroolbark Terrace Shopping centre is small, there is talk of expansion and with the shopping strip on Brice Avenue, all your daily needs and essentials are met. Chirnside Park Shopping Centre, while not physically within the suburbs boundaries, services Mooroolbark as it is very close by.

Good for:

  • Public Transport
  • Parks & Recreation
  • Neighbourly Spirit
  • Clean and Green

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Retirees

Suburbs nearby:

  • Croydon
  • Croydon North
  • Chirnside Park
  • Kilsyth
  • Lilydale
  • Montrose

Reference: Wikipedia and Homely

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