Melbourne, 3000 Suburb Profile

About Melbourne

Melbourne is a suburb in Victoria, 2km North-East of Melbourne CBD. It is home to 47285 residents, who tend to be 19-25 year old professionals, with a bachelor in the field of Commerce. They are renters with no kids, no cars and prefer walking as their primary transport method. There are 25065 properties in Melbourne, with 2 Bed unit/Apartment a typical type of dwelling in the area.

Lifestyle At a Glance

  • Transport: Great
  • Cafes: Great
  • Parks: Great
  • Beaches: Subpar
  • Schools: Great
  • Retail: Great
  • Safety: 13

Public Transport

Amazing for public transport: Serviced by train stations; Melbourne Central (Multiple lines), Flagstaff & Southern Cross, also serviced by tram route 12 (Victoria Gardens to St Kilda (Fitzroy St)), as well as route numbers 86, 30, 96, 19 & 59. Around 3 to 13 minutes to City Centre.

Proppy scores Melbourne 5 out of 5 for public transport.

Cafes & Restaurants

Amazing for cafes/restaurants with plenty on Bourke Street.

Proppy scores Melbourne 5 out of 5 for cafes and restaurants.

Parks

Amazing for parks, notable parks: Flagstaff Gardens, Carlton Gardens & Treasury Gardens.

Proppy scores Melbourne 5 out of 5 for parks.

Beaches

Somewhat ok for beaches, with Middle Park beach 3KM away..

Proppy scores Melbourne 1 out of 5 for beaches.

Schools

Amazing for public education; Carlton Gardens Primary School (high performing), Docklands Primary School (average performing), University High School (high performing).

Proppy scores Melbourne 5 out of 5 for public schools.

Retail

Amazing for retail with easy access to Emporium Melbourne, Melbourne Central & Bourke Street Mall.

Proppy scores Melbourne 5 out of 5 for retail.

Safety

Is Melbourne a safe suburb? Crime rate is well above VIC average, with serious assaults & drunk and disorderly both significantly higher than state average.

Proppy scores Melbourne 13 out of 100 for safety.

Melbourne Sales History

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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 Melbourne?

Melbourne is a suburb in Victoria, 2km North-East of Melbourne CBD.

What is Melbourne's postcode?

The postcode in Melbourne is 3000.

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