Noble Park North 

 

Noble Park North, Dandenong, was first established as a suburb in 1967. The community, formerly known as Noble Park South, is situated 40 kilometres south-east of Melbourne, and is bound by the Monash Freeway to the east, the Western Ring Road to the north, the Noble Park railway line to the south, and the City of Noble Park to the west. Noble Park North, Dandenong, has a variety of housing and lifestyle choices, from single level terrace homes, townhouses, and new apartment blocks.

Noble Park North has two schools within its grounds: Noble Park Primary School and Pius X Primary School.

People who are addicted to drugs and alcohol often live on the fringes of society and, because of their condition, they experience discrimination. That’s also why many rehab centers provide a safe and secure environment for their residents. Noble Park North is one such facility in Melbourne, Australia, and it provides everything men and women need to live a clean and productive life.

Noble Park North is a suburb in Melbourne, Australia. The name Noble Park comes from a suburb in Australia, Noble Park where George Noble discovered gold in the early 1800s. Dandenong is a suburb in Melbourne, Australia. The suburb was named after Dandenong Ranges, which are a mountain range which borders the suburb.

Noble Park North is a 50 hectare regional park in Dandenong with a spectacular array of native and rainforest flora and fauna. The park is under the stewardship of the City of Greater Dandenong, and while the entrance is centrally located in Noble Park, it extends from the Dandenong Ranges into the plains of the Dandenong Valley.

Noble Park North is a stunning development of quality homes, townhouses and apartments in Dandenong. Surrounded by parkland and only minutes from the CBD, Noble Park North is close to all essential amenities, but tucked away in a quiet location.

In 2012, Noble Park North Suburb experienced rapid population growth. This is due in part to the rapidly increasing number of homes being built, and in part to several factors including the lack of local employment opportunities and proximity to the city.

If you Google the topic of “Dandenong,” the suburb immediately at the top of the list is Noble Park. Split off from (and partly named after) the Noble Park Golf Course, the suburb grew in the 1960s and 1970s as an affordable housing option for young couples and families. It has since grown into a thriving suburb, with a population of around 100,000, making it one of the larger suburbs of Melbourne. Noble Park North is a suburb of well-to-do and affluent residents, and includes large residential areas as well as retail and commercial zones.