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Balwyn North.

Why it’s a great suburb to call home!

Just 10km east of the Melbourne CBD,
It’s very first inhabitants date back to before the 1830s.
A postcode called home by over 20,000 residents.
A family friendly suburb and a progressive lifestyle culture.
 

Great schools.
Primary schools include Greythorn, Balwyn North, St Bedes, Boroondara Park, St Bridget’s and Bellevue. 
Balwyn High School is located on Buchanan Avenue, and is most highly sought after as a leading state secondary school.

 
Shops, cafes and restaurants.
The Village’ is located at the intersection of Doncaster and Bulleen Roads.
‘Greythorn Village’ now has an Aldi store.
East Balwyn Shopping Centre is on Belmore Road.
Belmore Heights Shopping Centre is at the intersection of Belmore and Balwyn Roads.
Westfield Shopping Centre is also a short drive away.

 
Parks. Take a walk, go for a bike ride, let the kids play or enjoy a picnic.
Enjoy Jacka Street Reserve,
Gordon Barnard ReserveHislop ParkMacleay Park, Greythorn ParkLeigh Park and Koonung Creek Reserve.
For the sporty and active types check out the many facilities and programs offered at the Boroondara Sports Complex.
 

Public Transport
Tram route 48 takes you directly into the city. Bus routes connect Balwyn North with Box HillCamberwellDoncasterTemplestowe and the CBD.