Springvale 

 

Springvale, Dandenong, is the name given to a suburb located 13 km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district. The population of Springvale is roughly 47,000. Springvale contains several suburbs, including Belgrave, Belgrave South, Chadstone, Cheltenham, Epsom, Ferntree Gully, Glen Waverley, Hampton Park, Kings Park, Springvale South, and Thomastown.

Springvale, Victoria, Australia is a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. Springvale has a population over 18,000. Springvale is a multicultural suburb with a lot of families. In Springvale, Victoria Australia, there is Springvale Primary School (Primary), Springvale Primary School (Primary), and Springvale Central Primary School.

Nestled among the picturesque streets and houses that spring from the hills of Springvale lies a suburb with a difference: residents here are some of the most diverse in the city. There is a mix of ethnicities, cultures, and ages here; there are young families and retirees, and young children playing in the street.

Springvale is a suburb in Melbourne, Australia. It is located approximately 30 kilometres north of Melbourne’s central business district, and 25 kilometres east of Melbourne’s Central Business District. It is bounded by the suburbs of Bundoora, Chirnside Park, Glen Waverley, Noble Park, and Warrigal Heights.

Springvale is a suburb in a lot ways: historically, a suburb that has grown gradually over time; in terms of geography, a suburb that could just as easily be in Melbourne as Sydney; and in terms of population, a suburb that is diverse in not just ethnicity and nationality, but also income level.

Springvale is an inner suburb of Dandenong, an outer suburb of greater Melbourne. Springvale is approximately 14 km southeast of Melbourne’s central business district, and includes the suburbs of Dandenong South, Springvale West, Springvale Central, and Springvale Heights.

Springvale is a suburb of the south-eastern Melbourne region. It’s bordered on the north by Dandenong, which, in turn, is bordered on the north east by the City of Casey. On the south, Springvale is bordered by the City of Monash, while the City of Monash to the west.

Springvale and Cranbourne are on the south-eastern outskirts of Melbourne, just a short drive from the city. It’s also conveniently located next to Dandenong, so residents have plenty of things to do both close to home and in the Dandenong Ranges. Springvale is one of Melbourne’s biggest suburbs, encompassing almost all of Dandenong North and Dandenong South. The suburb is famous for its temperate rainforest, and also features many large parks, including Springvale Botanical Park, Springfield Central Gardens, and the Springvale Sanctuary. Springvale is also home to Dandenong Market, a large outdoor market that hosts over 50 stalls every Sunday.

Springvale is one of Melbourne’s oldest suburbs, and it’s been around for more than 200 years. (Today, the suburb is entirely residential, and it is home to 22,000 people.) But Springvale is much more than a sleepy suburb; its rich history and cultural heritage make it one of the most fascinating areas of the Melbourne metro area.