A bounty awaits. Tree-lined streets with quaint historic houses, sophisticated new luxury homes and a budding boutique development scene, Ashburton has been Melbourne’s south east rising star suburb for the past decade. All equipped with nothing amiss and promising an easy commute to the CBD, you’ll find families filling the natural surroundings, professional forging their futures and long time community members fulfilling their local commitments to this intimate and engaging area. Boasting an attractive village atmosphere experience High Streets entrenched local business, such as specialty food stores and florists dedicated to loyal and long-standing patrons along with an emerging cafés, restaurants and boutique scene that seems to be growing with purpose and enthusiasm.


A special sense of community. A village atmosphere that is enriched by natural pathways and retreats to encourage escape and exploration.


Your only 12km for the CBD.

Efficient transportation with Alamein and Ashburton train stations operating on the Alamein line. Some Ashburton pockets that lie on the bordering suburbs of Malvern and Malvern East are able to more easily access Darling, Malvern East or Holmesglen stations on the Glen Waverley line. Local bus services and M1 accessibility complete the comprehensive rail and road network that support Ashburton’s locals.

Quality schools and a central point to tertiary educational facilities, Ashburton offers three primary school including Solway, Ashburton and St Michael’s Primary Schools, with excellent proximity to Holmesglen Institute of TAFEDeakin UniversityBurwood campus & Monash University – Caulfield & Clayton campuses


  • Ashburton Village
  • Ashburton Pool & Recreation Centre
  • Ashburton Library
  • Ashburton Park
  • Gardiners Creek
  • Markham Avenue Reserve
  • Watsons Park
  • Anniversary Linear Trail
  • Malvern Valley Golf Course
  • Solway Shops

POPULATION  8,391 (2018)

Trail, the Alamein railway line and a line that runs east-west to the north of Baker Parade in the north, Warrigal Road in the east, Gardiners Creek in the south, and a line that runs east-west to the south of Dent Street, a line that runs north-south to the west of Munro Street, High Street and a line that runs north-south to the east of Summerhill Road in the west.

MUNICIPALITY City of Boroondara