Suburb Profile: Bundoora

October 11, 2022
Suburb profile: Bundoora

A curiously pleasant mix of the pristine quietude of nature, residential affluence, and commercial convenience, Bundoora is a suburb that will surely hook your fancy.  

Residents agree that Bundoora fosters a peaceful environment conducive to raising families. Amenities run aplenty as it shares borders with other notable suburbs namely, Macleod, Heidelberg West/Heights, and Greensborough. But for all your simple needs, the well-presented shopping center, Bundoora Square is within reach. Complete with specialty restaurants and stores, the Square has everything that would delight frequent goers and first-time visitors alike. 

Bundoora’s Plenty Road is indicative of continuous progress with its development of multiple apartments. 

The suburb is efficiently served by trams through route 86 and buses that drive along local primary and secondary schools, Latrobe University, and RMIT University. Driving to the CBD would take you a clean 20-25 minutes. 

If you’re one to enjoy a quiet episode with nature, then Bundoora Park is the place to be. The landscape impresses with its rich greenery and picturesque views. You will never go wrong with Bundoora park if you are going there to spend time with your kids as the Bundoora Park Farm provides several play spaces, picnic areas, and even a café. As the name suggests, children are allowed to learn about farm life. The farm offers educational programs for schools, a chance for volunteerism, and various recreation programs.                                                     

From its residential sections to its parks and recreational areas, Bundoora is complete with everything that residents would love to have in the place they live in. 

Bundoora median house price Median home sale price, quarterly price range, median rent, rental yield of Bundoora, VIC as of September 2022. Screenshot from https://reiv.com.au/market-insights/suburb/bundoora.

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