Bundoora, 3083 Suburb Profile

About Bundoora

Bundoora is a suburb in Victoria, 15km North-East of Melbourne CBD. It is home to 28653 residents, who tend to be 19-25 year old in sales, with a post grad in the field of Commerce. They are home owners with kids, 3 cars and prefer driving as their primary transport method. There are 10189 properties in Bundoora, with 5 Bed house a typical type of dwelling in the area.

Lifestyle At a Glance

  • Transport: Average
  • Cafes: Average
  • Parks: Great
  • Beaches: Subpar
  • Schools: Average
  • Retail: Average
  • Safety: 86

Public Transport

OK for public transport: Serviced by Watsonia station 3KM+ away & Macleod station (both Hurstbridge line), also serviced by tram route 86 (Waterfront City Docklands to Bundoora RMIT).

Proppy scores Bundoora 2 out of 5 for public transport.

Cafes & Restaurants

Below Average for cafes/restaurants although there are plenty on Plenty Road & more than a few on Janefield Drive.

Proppy scores Bundoora 2 out of 5 for cafes and restaurants.

Parks

Great for parks, notable parks: Yulong Reserve, Bundoora Park & N J Telfer Reserve.

Proppy scores Bundoora 5 out of 5 for parks.

Beaches

Poor for beaches, nearest notable beach more than 15KM away.

Proppy scores Bundoora 1 out of 5 for beaches.

Schools

Average for public education; Bundoora Primary School (average performing), Mill Park Primary School (above average performing), Bundoora Secondary College (below avearge performing), Mill Park Secondary College (below avearge performing).

Proppy scores Bundoora 2 out of 5 for public schools.

Retail

Below average for retail with access to Uni Hill Factory Outlets, Northland Shopping Centre & Uni Hill Town Centre.

Proppy scores Bundoora 2 out of 5 for retail.

Safety

Is Bundoora a safe suburb? Crime rate is well below VIC average, with aggravated burglary & theft of bicycles both much lower than state average.

Proppy scores Bundoora 86 out of 100 for safety.

Bundoora Sales History

Some quarters may not show any data if there were too few sales for a meaningful trend.

Some quarters may not show any data if there were too few sales for a meaningful trend.

Some quarters may not show any data if there were too few sales for a meaningful trend.

Some quarters may not show any data if there were too few sales for a meaningful trend.

Location and FAQs

Where is Bundoora?

Bundoora is a suburb in Victoria, 15km North-East of Melbourne CBD.

What is Bundoora's postcode?

The postcode in Bundoora is 3083.

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