Box Hill South VIC, Suburb & Moving Guide – TOP 5 Things To Know
At Glenferrie Dental, we have many patients who live in Box Hill South.
We hope that this guide will help you learn more about Box Hill South and we would love to welcome you in our clinic soon.
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Box Hill South Suburb Overview
Box Hill South is a diverse suburb with good shopping and great schools. Throughout the smaller streets of Box Hill, you can find yourself lost in beautiful tree-lined streets with character weatherboards homes that remind you of years gone past.
Box Hill is an established and matured suburb and with great capital growth year on year due to its location and close to growth suburbs of Surrey Hills, Blackburn and Doncaster.
Box Hill South is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 14 km east of Melbourne’s CBD. Its local government area is the City of Whitehorse.
The Box Hill South VIC suburb is served by seven bus routes, running down Elgar Road, Station Street, Middleborough Road and Riversdale Road, as well as some side streets.
Box Hill South is great for:
- Internet Access
- Parks & Recreation
- Public Transport
- Resale or Rental Value
- Eating Out
Downsides of Box Hill South:
- High Cost of Living
Box Hill South is great for:
- Families with kids
History of Box Hill South, VIC
An industrial zone is located in the east, fronting Middleborough Road. The City of Whitehorse operates a council depot in this area. The depot site is also home to the Nunawading Unit of the Victoria State Emergency Service. Crawford Productions were located on the corner of Middleborough Road and Clarice Road from 1982. The buildings were demolished in 2006 and replaced by a Bunnings Warehouse.
Following the end of World War II, extensive suburbanisation of the area occurred, including the development of a Housing Commission estate.
Box Hill South Post Office opened on 19 October 1927, with the Wattle Park Post Office opening on 12 December 1960  and the Houston Post Office, on Middleborough Road, on 16 October 1961.
Heritage places listed in the City of Whitehorse Planning Scheme include Tyneholm, in Elgar Road, Pound House in Canterbury Road, which is now the administration building of Kingswood College in Station Street.
Is Box Hill South A Good Suburb to move to?
Box Hill is one of Melbourne’s fastest-growing suburbs, located only 12 km from Melbourne CBD.
This culturally diverse suburb has several schools, including Box Hill High, Kingswood College and Our Lady of Sion.
To answer the question if Box Hill South is the right suburb for you, we have collated some reviews from current and past residents:
"A busy suburb in the Eastern suburbs" reviewed by Emily W.
Box Hill South is very accessible by public transport, including multiple bus lines, and two train stations and several tram lines are close by. Being very close to Box Hill, we have a very exciting food culture. In addition to this, multiple kindergartens, ELC’s and primary and secondary schools are within very close proximity. A very welcoming community environment with sporting clubs, family and community centres, and family-owned businesses, Box Hill South is the perfect location for a family.
"A great suburb" reviewed by Admetus H.
Box Hill South is a lovely place to live and a beautiful suburb. In the middle of other suburbs such as Surrey Hills, Box Hill and Burwood, everything is at your fingertips. All the of benefits of Box Hill are just a stones through away while the house prices are generally less than Box Hill itself. Box Hill South itself doesn’t have any big developments or shopping malls so there is no issue with street parking and traffic however, all of those things are just couple of minutes away. Box Hill Hospital, Box Hill Centro, Burwood Kmart, Forest Hill Chase etc.. Residents of Box Hill South get the benefits of all of these things without living so close that they become an issue.
"Central hotspot with quiet tree lined street" reviewed Monique Holgye
Box Hill South is a lovely leafy spot close enough to the city but still with neighbourly spirt.
While there is no train line to Box Hill South, just up the road to either Box Hill or Blackburn their are train stations, plus there is lots of tram and bus options.
Also boasting great parkland and walking tracks leading into the city. Close to Burwood One shopping complex, Forest Hill, The Glen and not far Chadstone if needed.
Lots of apartments popping up and with a great rental return it is becoming popular with investors and with Deakin Uni/BoX Hill Tafe so close is popular with students.