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Ashburton Highlights

  • 12kms south-east of Melbourne’s CBD
  • Easy access to Monash Freeway
  • Strong public transport network
  • Many parks, walking tracks and sporting clubs

Ashburton’s well-regarded due to the substantial High Street shopping strip, expansive parklands and bike trails, large leafy blocks and its wide range of recreational facilities. 


Ashburton’s traditionally an area where low-density housing is prevalent. Many original homes offer large allotments that have proven popular with developers seeking land for dual occupancy projects. Mostly these are modern townhouses boasting generous accommodation and low maintenance yards; perfectly suited to busy families who want generous living space without the upkeep of a full-sized block.


Ashburton’s serviced by Solway and Ashburton Primary, and St Michael’s Parish School. The closest public secondary school is Ashwood High. If it’s private secondary you’re after, Ashburton’s a central nucleus to an array of popular girls, boys and co-ed schools, as well as Deakin University and Holmesglen TAFE.

Parks and Recreation 

You’ll enjoy the many open green spaces, park and reserves. Warner Reserve’s aviation-themed playground is a hit with the smaller folk and the Gardiners Creek Trail caters for the those wanting to keep fit amongst picturesque surrounds. 

Public Transport

Ashburton’s serviced by two train stations; Ashburton and Alamein. The area’s also well-covered by a substantial bus network, supporting the trains and providing choice for travellers. 

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