Ascot 

 

As well as being one of Australia’s oldest horse race courses, the Ascot racecourse is one of Victoria’s most beautiful racecourses, and it’s home to the 2017 Melbourne Cup.

Ascot is an outer Melbourne suburb located 15 minutes from the city centre. It is surrounded with popular outer Melbourne suburbs like North Ascot, Ascot Vale, Keilor Downs, Melbourne, and Essendon. Tract homes run along the main streets of Ascot, like Ascot Vale Road, Springvale Road, and Hyland Road. Ascot’s close proximity to the Ring Road makes life easier for residents, who can easily access the rest of Melbourne, and its residents also have access to some of the finer amenities Melbourne has to offer.

Ascot, Victoria is a suburb situated in the goldfields region north of the city of Ballarat. It is often referred to as the Cottage Industry Capital of Australia, and is home to a number of thriving industries including bedsteads, furniture and antiques, and rural and agricultural supplies. The area around Ascot has a mild climate and boasts a number of wonderful gardens, parks, and reserves.

Marche St is the main shopping strip in Ascot, a suburb located in the northeast of Ballarat, an hour and half drive out of Melbourne city. Ascot has a population of approximately 2,700 people. The town was first settled in the early 1840s when the gold rush spurred the building of a station on the line between Melbourne and Bendigo. Although mining and agriculture remain important industries in modern day, tourism is seeing a major rise in the region.Ascot is a small town about an hour’s drive north of Melbourne. Surrounded by hills, the countryside is dotted with wineries, and the town itself is picturesque, with winding streets and lots of smaller homes. Recently, Ascot has become home to a number of vineyards, and wine producers are opening tasting rooms and cafes around town. In 2016, Ascot’s population was just over 2,000, but the town is growing fast, and it’s predicted to reach a population of 3,500 by 2036.

Ascot is an inner suburb of Ballarat, Victoria. It’s located about 28 kilometres (17 miles) south-east of Melbourne. The suburb’s name is derived from the Ascot Racecourse, which was established in 1855. Today, the Ascot racecourse is operated as ‘The Meadows’ and also hosts speedway racing, a greyhound racetrack, and a motor racing circuit.

If you want a taste of country living, but don’t want to sacrifice convenience, then Ascot suburbs, Ballarat are a great place to consider. Located just a short drive from Ballarat, Ascot suburbs provide the best of both worlds, with abundant shopping, restaurants and parklands nearby, and schools and parks easily accessible.