Table of Contents
- Caulfield North Suburb Overview
- Caulfield North Dental Care
- Caulfield North is great for:
- Downsides of Caulfield North:
- Who lives in Caulfield North?
- History of Caulfield North, VIC
- Is Caulfield North A Good Suburb to Move to?
Caulfield North Suburb Overview
Caulfield North is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 11 km south-east of Melbourne’s CBD. The local government area is the City of Glen Eira. At the 2016 Census, Caulfield North had a population of 20,976.
Conveniently, Caulfield North VIC is just a short distance from the shopping districts of Chapel St and Glenferrie Rd, as well as being just 10-minutes from St Kilda beach. The suburb is also home to several funky eateries, meaning that Saturday brunch will be that much more fun.
- Average room rent per week: $217
- Distance from Melbourne CBD: 11km
- Commute time to CBD: 30 minutes by tram
The suburb contains Caulfield Park – a park of approximately 26 hectares in size, bounded by Balaclava Road, Inkerman Road, Hawthorn Road and Park Crescent.
The suburb’s population has a high level of educational attainment, with 45.6% having a bachelor degree or above compared to 24.3% for Victoria and 22.0% for Australia.
Caulfield North Dental Care
At Glenferrie Dental, we have many patients who live in Caulfield North.
We hope that this guide will help you learn more about Caulfield North and we would love to welcome you in our clinic soon.
We offer the following services for residents in Caulfield North:
- Dentist Caulfield North
- Dental Implants Caulfield North
- Cosmetic Dentistry Caulfield North
- Wisdom Tooth Extraction
Caulfield North is great for:
- Internet Access
- Parks & Recreation
- Public Transport
- Resale or Rental Value
- Eating Out
Downsides of Caulfield North:
- High Cost of Living
Who lives in Caulfield North?
- Families with kids
History of Caulfield North, VIC
Many streets in the suburb were named after Crimea War locations and people, for example, Cardigan, Canrobert, Inkerman, Alma, Raglan, Redan and Balaclava.
Caulfield North was once the location of many large Victorian mansions on large estates, most of which were demolished and subdivided in the early twentieth century.
In 1889 further extensions and lavish refurbishment commissioned by William Alexander Robertson created the present mansion which is of national significance. The house is sometimes used for the filming of the ABC’s lady detective series Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries and was one of the filming locations for the 2002 film Queen of the Damned.
Is Caulfield North A Good Suburb to Move to?
Caulfield has a great cultural vibe to it as well as being an affluent suburb.
To answer the question if Caulfield North is the right suburb for you, we have collated some reviews from current and past residents:
“Perfectly positioned for quiet and convenience” reviewed by Shannon Barker
I currently have an apartment for lease on Hawthorn Road and have recently explored the area. There are great public transport links with a number of trains close to Hawthorn Rd. The hustle and bustle of Hawthorn Rd is the melting pot of the suburb and there is a real sense of community.
“Amenities all within walking distance” reviewed by Linda H.
We moved in few weeks ago and are amazed and extremely delighted with the convenience. Shopping, eating, tram, train etc….all within waling distance. It is peaceful and tranquil even though is near to city. Great place that you won’t regret living in.
“The best of living close to everything and peace and quiet” reviewed by Martin M.
A hidden gem, close to everything you need, especially good food, other great suburbs, excellent parks and schools – and very quiet and easy to get around on weekends when you want and need it to be. An extremely pretty, convenient and peaceful suburb right in the heart of Melbourne’s best suburbs where you can achieve an excellent balance if you work close to the city.