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An urban neighborhood with an industrial-hip vibe.
Studio / 1 BR
38% Complete
1,278
2 Bedrooms
59% Complete
1,993
3 Bedrooms
94% Complete
3,174
4 Bedrooms
100% Complete
3,380

Good For
  • Couples without kids
  • Families
  • Professionals
  • Singles

 

What's around
  • 115 Restaurants
  • 7 Grocery stores/markets
  • 1 Banks
  • 21 Nightlife options
  • 20 Fitness options
  • 96 Shops

 


PUBLIC TRANSITExcellent

WALKABILITYExcellent
Safety

North Melbourne has a high violent crime rate and an above average property crime rate for Melbourne.

  WHAT’S LIVING IN North Melbourne LIKE?

Boutique shopping, warehouse apartments, and booming immigrant communities define North Melbourne. If you don’t own a car or want to live a stone’s throw from Melbourne CBD, this is the urban destination for you.

The magic of North Melbourne can be found in the boutiques and restaurants on Errol and Victoria Street. Or on Queensbury Street, where the Arts House hosts the Melbourne Fringe Festival.

Most of North Melbourne is undergoing updates to match more modern suburbs, but a walk through the streets will reveal remaining commerce and industry facilities like car yards, warehouses, offices, and small manufacturing plants. Further north is the historic Meat Market and the North Melbourne Recreation Centre, equipped with aquatic facilities and stadium complex.

North Melbourne is a multicultural hub, where immigrants from Somalia, Malaysia, China, and Eritrea are creating thriving communities. Residents live in a range of dwellings from period housing to four-to-six level apartment developments to highrises.

While the majority of North Melbourne residents are single, there is a large population of families with children that live here. Most residents live in affordable rental properties. House hunters will need to keep a close watch on the market and be willing to pay premium prices.

North Melbourne is bordered on the north by Parkville, on the east by Carlton, on the south by West Melbourne, and on the west by Kensington.

 

Local Flavor   North Melbourne LOCAL schools

7-12 YEARS
Mount Alexander 7-12 College-River Nile Campus
School Performance:
Type:Public
P-6 YEARS
North Melbourne Primary School
School Performance:
Type:Public
7-12 YEARS
St Aloysius College
School Performance:
Type:Private
7-12 YEARS
St Joseph's Flexible Learning Centre
School Performance:
Type:Private
P-6 YEARS
St Michael's School
School Performance:
Type:Private

 

Photo Credits: Thanks to @Wonky Trolley, @peterpizzati, @D?bb?? Chæn, @North West Patch, @Owwl, @Der Felix, @D.r Johnson, @Jellis Craig Inner North, @Conor Gardner, @beerburgerhydra, @KARELAY PATISSERIE, @lin_b_jones, @jamesallanpaul, @Charlotte Emilie Marine, @Nikolas Karageorge, @David Bonnici, @David Bonnici, @veroverorodri, @Keri Mihalco, and @leishf for your great photos of this neighborhood! 

 

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