Affluent, peaceful and progressive. Located in Melbourne south east, Malvern East boasts a remarkable range of architecture from beautiful Edwardian, Victorian & Art Deco homes to sleek and stylish executive developments, fusing old world charm with the modern day contemporary movement. Gather in the lovely Central Park a popular spot for relaxation or recreation with family, friends, pets, fitness enthusiasts and local sporting clubs, these active grounds also welcomes a number of community & festive events throughout the year. Cute cafes and chic shops border Central Park, local conveniences and eateries thrive on Darling Road but most famously Malvern East is known for the largest shopping centre is the southern hemisphere – Chadstone Shopping Centre. A serene family-focused sanctuary hidden away from the pulsating city, locals are attracted by the peaceful Gardiners Creek community walking trails and bike paths which joins to and is an integral part of, the Greater Melbourne network of bike paths, Malvern Valley Public Golf Course and the unique linear Hedgeley Dene Gardens.


A sense of familiarity and an active, family-focused atmosphere. Tranquility amongst the tree-lined streetscapes and residential gardens. Eager to explore what lies within and beyond this pretty postcode.


You’re only 12km for Melbourne’s CBD.                                                                             

Malvern East is serviced by DarlingEast Malvern and Holmesglen railway stations, all on the Glen Waverley lineCaulfield and Malvern railway stations on the Frankston, Cranbourne and Pakenham lines, the numbers 3 and 5 tram routes and Melbourne bus routes 612, 623, 624, and 626.

Education facilities include Lloyd Street & Malvern Valley Primary School, St Mary’s Primary School, The Currajong School and De La Salle College – Yr 9 Campus.


  • Norsu Interiors
  • Riserva Wine
  • L’Olivo
  • One Misty Guy
  • Central Park Pizza
  • Ardrie Park
  • Buddist Society of Victoria (1953)

POPULATION 24,077 (2018)

BOUNDARIES Wattletree Road and Gardiners Creek, to the east by Warrigal Road, to the south by the Princes Highway (Dandenong Road) and to the west by Tooronga Road.

MUNICIPALITY City of Stonnington