Local Landmark

  • Ruffey Lake Park
  • Doncaster Shopping Centre
  • Doncaster Secondary College

Distance to Melbourne CBD

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  • 3 Hours 17 Minutes

  • 1 Hour 8 Minutes

  • 26 Minutes

Located 15 km east of the Melbourne CBD, Doncaster consists of a central area along the top of Doncaster Hill, which includes several historical buildings along Doncaster Road.  It has all the elements that every family member would love, quiet street, sizeable houses, public schools, great shopping hotspots and abundant greenery.  Doncaster is absolutely an ultimate option for families. Knowing the fact that buses are the main public transport, this area has a high coverage of bus network catchment. For private vehicles, the location of being right next to the Eastern Freeway make it handy and convenient to move around with a straight quick road to city and the rest of Melbourne - hit the freeway and after a 15km smooth drive, you will find yourself in the heart of Collingwood and Fitzroy. For those who love Asian tastes, Doncaster is close enough to Box Hill, home to plenty of Asian grocery stores and restaurants.


Bonview Wetland / Ruffey Lake Park

Doncaster is a safe and quiet area. For leisure, a weekend gym or golf playing is definitely a great option. There are several green parks in the area. Bonview Wetland must be one of the great destinations as a major reserve in the area. Ruffey Lake Park, with no doubt, is the biggest urban park including a riparian strip of native bushland around the creek, areas of pine trees planted by early settlers and pockets of fruit trees remaining from past orchards.



Doncaster Secondary College

Doncaster Secondary College has a student population of around 1300 students, including 70 full fee paying international students enrolling each year. The college's major mission is reflected in the College motto - Working together, Learning together with excellent VCE outcomes. Over 95% of its students enroll in tertiary studies at the end of VCE, with over 80% attending university and around 12% moving on to TAFE.         


Doncaster Primary School

Doncaster Primary School supports their students in gaining skills and provides a series of learning and teaching strategies. In Doncaster Primary School, support and great care are always in place for every students.



It is one of the highest points in Melbourne with 120 metres above sea level and has uninterrupted views of the city, Port Phillip, Macedon Ranges, the You Yang Ranges and Dandenong Ranges. During 1960s and 70s, Doncaster hill was experienced extensive low-density urban development.



Doncaster Westfield, one Melbourne’s premium regional shopping centres, was built in 1969 on the corner of Doncaster and Williamsons Roads. There are a range of stores and services in the shopping centre, including Coles, Fitness, Myer, David Jones, Target, BigW, Woolworths, Apple and a very broad range other brands.


Average Age
20 - 39
Retail Trade 13%
Health Care/ Social 13%
Professional/ Technical 10%
Fully Owned 49%
Purchasing 25%
Renting 25%


Data Source:, December 2016

Market Data

Median Price
1 Bedroom Unit $345,000
2 Bedroom Unit $535,000
3 Bedroom Unit $755,000
Days on Market
1 Bedroom Unit 157
2 Bedroom Unit 144
3 Bedroom Unit 65
Sold This Year
1 Bedroom Unit 19
2 Bedroom Unit 57
3 Bedroom Unit 26


Data Source:, December 2016

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