Table of Contents
- Elsternwick Suburb Overview
- Elsternwick Dental Care
- Elsternwick is great for:
- Downsides of Elsternwick:
- Who lives in Elsternwick?
- History of Elsternwick, VIC
- Is Elsternwick A Good Suburb to Move to?
Elsternwick Suburb Overview
Few suburbs can boast proximity to the city and the bay, with a quality of life quite like Elsternwick.
Elsternwick is an inner suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 9 km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district. Its local government area is the City of Glen Eira. At the 2016 Census, Elsternwick had a population of 10,349.
Elsternwick is a really great place to live! The shops, city and beach are close by. It is rated one of the most walkable places globally, which says a lot about how easy daily life can be in Elsternwick.
Elsternwick is also an excellent place for families. Surrounded by many schools, the beach and not far from the city are just a beautiful relaxed suburb.
Elsternwick is bounded by the Nepean Highway, Elster Avenue, Kooyong Road, Glen Eira Road, and Hotham Street.
The cricket ground, originally the home of the Elsternwick Cricket Club and currently known as the Sportscover Arena, is located within the larger area of Elsternwick Park.
Elsternwick Dental Care
At Glenferrie Dental, we have many patients who live in Elsternwick.
We hope that this guide will help you learn more about Elsternwick and we would love to welcome you in our clinic soon.
We offer the following services for residents in Elsternwick:
- Dentist Elsternwick
- Dental Implants Elsternwick
- Cosmetic Dentistry Elsternwick
- Wisdom Tooth Extraction
Elsternwick is great for:
- Internet Access
- Parks & Recreation
- Public Transport
- Resale or Rental Value
- Eating Out
Downsides of Elsternwick:
- High Cost of Living
Who lives in Elsternwick?
- Families with kids
History of Elsternwick, VIC
The Elsternwick village was proposed in 1851. Elsternwick was originally situated across three municipalities – Caulfield, Brighton and St Kilda. At the end of the 1880s unsuccessful attempts were made for Elsternwick to become administratively independent.
In 1861 a railway line, operated by the Melbourne and Hobson’s Bay United Railway Company, was built from Melbourne to Brighton via Elsternwick. The Elsternwick train station is on the Sandringham metropolitan train line Glen Huntly Road.
In the 1880s, the Elsternwick railway station was also the Melbourne end of the railway line to the large-scale sugar beet processing mill at Rosstown (see Rosstown Railway) — now known as Carnegie — and beyond. This railway was seldom used, and it ceased to function in 1916.
Is Elsternwick A Good Suburb to Move to?
To answer the question if Elsternwick is the right suburb for you, we have collated some reviews from current and past residents:
“A great place for shopping and restaurant going” reviewed by Kevin H.
Elsternwick Village is one of the best place in Melbourne for shopping and restaurant going. The op stores are favorite part for every one . The suburb is close the beach as well.
“Safe and easily accessible” reviewed by Shannon Barker
I have lived in Elsternwick for nearly 3 years. In that time, I have watched as Glen Huntly Rd becomes more lively with bars and restaurants like Bang Bang and Hanoi Hannah. Its centrally located to trams and the Sandringham line train and close to Elsternwick Park and Caulfield Park. I love the area and would highly recommend!
“a simply fabulous place to live.” reviewed by Miss Revhead
Elsternwick is a really great place to live! the shops, city and beach are close by. its is rated one of the most walkable places in the world by walkscore.com beaten by only 2% worldwide. great for teens with schools, sports clubs and public transport, and great for older people with easy access to shopping, healthcare including a local medicare office and loads of chemists and transport. when you walk down glen huntly road and you get to know people in the shops, everyone says hi or waves and is friendly and helpful.