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A beautiful waterfront neighborhood that hosts the annual F1 Australian Grand Prix.
Studio / 1 BR
33% Complete
1,505
2 Bedrooms
57% Complete
2,600
3 Bedrooms
100% Complete
4,550
4 Bedrooms
0% Complete
N/A

Good For
  • Couples without kids
  • Empty nesters / Retirees
  • Families
  • Professionals
  • Singles

 

What's around
  • 77 Restaurants
  • 4 Grocery stores/markets
  • 1 Banks
  • 5 Nightlife options
  • 42 Fitness options
  • 61 Shops

 


PUBLIC TRANSITExcellent

WALKABILITYExcellent
Safety

Albert Park has a below average violent crime rate and an above average property crime rate for Melbourne.

  WHAT’S LIVING IN Albert Park LIKE?

Wide streets, exotic trees, heritage buildings, and open air cafes characterize the waterfront suburb of Albert Park. Located just 3 kilometers south of Melbourne, almost 6,000 residents call Albert Park home, most of whom are professionals working in the CBD

Afternoons are filled with families playing in the Albert Park reserve or along the Port Phillip beach. Runners and cyclists race through beautiful trails and small boats cruise the bay.

On the weekends dozens of families and tourists visit the local beach and Kerferd Pier, an award winning burger stand. There is also a good selection of hotels, cafes, and bars.

The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre provides residents with large swimming pools, squash courts, table tennis, and basketball courts. The neighborhood is also home to the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit and once a year hosts the Formula One Australian Grand Prix. This event attracts hundreds of thousands of attendees and the races generate a lot of noise, so residents can expect to lose the peace and quiet of Middle Park for the four days it takes place.

Housing-wise, this area is home to a mixture of Edwardian and Victorian homes that have been converted into apartments. Property here is pricey and many homes are in the million dollar range. 

Albert Park is bordered on the north by South Melbourne, on the east by Middle Park, on the south by Port Phillip Bay, and on the west by Port Melbourne.

Albert Park Melbourne Neighborhood Photo

 

Local Flavor   Albert Park LOCAL schools

7-12 YEARS
Albert Park College
School Performance:
Type:Public
P-6 YEARS
Albert Park Primary School
School Performance:
Type:Public

 

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