South Yarra is home to some of Melbourne's most prestigious addresses. Ideally located just 4 km southeast from the Melbourne CBD, it is one of the most sought after suburb with its luxurious lifestyle and dynamics of living, shopping, working and entertaining.
Chapel Street is probably the best known one among the several local attractions. The section of the famous street in South Yarra is regarded to be the most fashionable and upmarket end. The Jam Factory is the major landmark which was old factories and then converted into an upmarket shopping centre and cinemas. The Como Centre, holding the title of the tallest building in South Yarra, is a large shopping centre sitting on the corner of Toorak Road and Chapel Street, which combines with an office tower.
Melbourne High School
Founded in 1905, Melbourne High School makes its big name for its strong academic reputation. It has the leading rank based on VCE average and is a selective-entry state school for boys in year 9 to 12.
Other schools in South Yarra include Melbourne Girls Grammar School occupying an entire block with historic and grand bluestone buildings. Christ Church Grammar School and South Yarra Primary School, two of Victoria's oldest primary schools, are also located in South Yarra.
There are two railway stations located in South Yarra, South Yarra and Hawksburn railway stations. Tram routes 8, 72 and 78 also run through South Yarra.
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