Barely covering three square metres, Alphington used to be a small humble unnoticed suburb. As years progressed, it is making its reputation as a progressive suburb. It is bordered by the Yarra River and Darebin Creeks.
Alphington is a sight to see with its mix of 1970 brick veneer homes, modern townhouses, and period weatherboards – a testament to the diversity of its demographics. Being an inner-city suburb, downsizers got their eyes locked on Alphington. Young families and professionals, on the other hand, find its accessibility charming. Overall, residents of Alphington love how tight-knit the community is.
The quiet suburb that is Alphington boasts numerous parks, a good encouragement to lead an active lifestyle. These parks play host to football, netball, cricket, bowls, and soccer. Or if you’re not much into sports, you always have the option to have an afternoon stroll at the many walking tracks in the suburb.
Alphington is easily accessible with quite a number of options for transportations, shops, and great schools. Although small in size, Alphington is a promising suburb with lots of community amenities to offer and everyone is starting to be aware of this.