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Glen Waverley

Formerly a sleepy hollow of farms and orchards, Glen Waverley has today become the jewel in the crown of Melbourne’s south-east.

As the terminus of the Glen Waverley railway line, this lively suburb lies 22 kilometres from central Melbourne and offers a wealth of transport networks from trains and buses to Eastlink and the Monash Freeway.

At the heart of this wonderful area is the ever popular Glen Waverley shopping precinct which has also become one of Melbourne’s most popular entertainment districts. With over 200 specialty shops, a David Jones store, Novotel Hotel, large cinema complex and countless cafes and restaurants offering a variety of cuisines, Glen Waverley’s charm is enticing to all nationalities and cultures.

Home to Wesley College and one of Victoria’s best public schools – Glen Waverley Secondary College – this area is also close to the beautiful Jells Park and Waverley Golf Course.

A good mix of 3, 4, and 5 bedrooms homes – built from the 1940s & 50s to present day, Glen Waverley has fast become immensely popular amongst 2nd and 3rd homebuyers.

Mount Waverley

Once an area of creeks and natural bush land, today Mount Waverley is one of Melbourne’s most sort-after locales. Magnificent undulating surrounds and delightful leafy trees see this suburb artfully fuse nature into an outstanding residential environment.

Only 20 kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD, Mount Waverley is located along the Glen Waverley rail line and is easily accessible via the Monash Freeway.
With a great mix of 3, 4, and 5 bedroom dwellings – dating from the 1940s and 50s right through to present day – this suburb particularly appeals to 2nd & 3rd homebuyers seeking their dream home.

Popular amongst a diverse mix of nationalities and cultures, Mount Waverley is also home to the highly regarded Mount Waverley Secondary College, Huntingtower College, and other great schools.

With outstanding parks and nature pockets like the stand-out Valley and Damper Creek Reserves, this wonderful suburb offers a great choice of shops, supermarkets, community facilities and is close to Chadstone Shopping Centre and Glen Waverley’s shopping and entertainment precinct.

Wheelers Hill

With stunning vistas stretching eastwards across the Dandenong Ranges and surrounds, Wheelers Hill has blossomed into one of the most prestigious suburbs of Melbourne’s south-east.

Positioned 23 kilometres from central Melbourne, this wonderful neighborhood is easily accessible via the Monash Freeway and Eastlink services and lies in close proximity to the Glen Waverley railway hub.

Named after John Wheeler – who ran a 100-acre property here from the 1850s – Wheelers Hill’s transition to a residential suburb began around 40 years ago. With many homes constructed from the 1970s till present day, this delightful suburb is today renown for its large allotments and quality-built prestige homes.

Neatly situated between Brandon Park Shopping Centre and Glen Waverley’s buzzing shops, restaurants, and cinemas, Wheelers Hill is home to Caulfield Grammar School and other great state schools. With Jells Park’s natural splendour and the Waverley Golf Course close by, Wheelers Hill offers quality living that’s hard to beat.


Situated 23 kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD, the suburb of Mulgrave is easily accessible via an extensive network of roads and major transport routes like Eastlink and the Monash Freeway.

The epicenter of this pleasant suburb is the recently opened Waverley Park Estate. Occupying the site of the former ‘VFL Park’ football stadium, this area offers unique living amidst a mix of new homes, town-houses, and apartment-living – all surrounding the training base of leading AFL football club, Hawthorn.

Considered a major business centre, Mulgrave has become home to a wave of multinational companies from Woolworths and BMW to Adidas and Kmart – offering fantastic employment potential.

With most homes in this burgeoning suburb built between the 1960s and 1980s today the area is proving popular amongst astute investors and first time homebuyers eager to enter the market.

Flanked by Brandon Park and Waverley Gardens Shopping Centres, Mulgrave is flushed with spacious parks and reserves and is home to a range of great schools like Mazenod College.

Vermont South

Long the filming location of the internationally popular TV show ‘Neighbours’, its no secret that the suburb of Vermont South is one of the best places for family living across Melbourne.

Some 20 kilometres east from the CBD the rolling hills of this locale provide the scenic setting for this charming neighborhood. Connected to the city and surrounds by Burwood Highway, Eastlink, and a prominent tram route, this area contains an array of spacious parks and reserves and the popular Morack Golf Course.

Home to Australia’s largest Bunnings store and a local shopping centre – featuring a Coles supermarket and almost everything you’d need – Vermont South is also nicely positioned between Forest Hill Chase and Knox City shopping centres, as well as Glen Waverley’s shops, cinemas, and lively restaurants.

With its variety of 3, 4, and 5 bedroom dwellings – mostly built during the 1970s and 80s – this suburb is highly desirable amongst families from a broad spread of cultural backgrounds and is proving especially appealing to 2nd and 3rd homebuyers.

Burwood East

Some 18 kilometres directly east from central Melbourne lies the charming suburb of Burwood East.

This once open forest of Red Stringybark, Candlebark and Manna Gum trees was transformed during the 1950s into an attractive residential area. Some wonderful parks – like Highbury Park on the suburb’s southern boundary – are a living reminder of the beauty of this former woodland.

With an assortment of mostly 3 and 4 bedroom brick and timber homes – built during the 1950s and 60s – Burwood East is today proving highly appealing to investors and first time homebuyers.

Centred by a large Kmart and Coles supermarket complex this outstanding suburb is also close to the Forest Hill Chase shopping centre with its cinema complex, and the Tally Ho Business Park – home to companies like Hewlett Packard, Motorola, and MYOB.

Situated on a major Tram Route, Burwood East is flushed with fantastic parks and sporting facilities as well as a great choice of primary secondary schools.