Mill Park, VIC 3082

4.1(19 reviews)

Ranked 239th best suburb by locals in Melbourne (Greater) Region, VIC

Great for

  • Schools
  • Parks and recreation
  • Neighbourly spirit
  • Peace and quiet
  • Resale or rental value

Not great for

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Reviews of Mill Park, VIC

20th July 2021

"One of the best suburbs in the North -East"

Mill park is one of the best suburban areas located North east of Melbourne that is still affordable.
It is a very family oriented suburb. A leafy area, one beautiful in nature. Being woken by the sound of birds chirping & Seeing a lot of native birds & plenty of cockatoos. Reminds me a lot of lower Templestowe,
As mill park has similar homes built, hills & parks & lakes. Fresh breeze at all times 🌻if you are a dog lover like me. Mill park just behind the stables I call that pocket a Gem you find an oval, a beautiful lake & dog park. Excellent for interacting & socialising with other pet owners & lovers. Mill park also has an all abilities playground that open in 2021 near the mill park leisure centre. This park is absolutely stunning & offers so much for young families & entrainment.
Excellent schools & universities at your door step.
Great library and state of the art leisure centre brand new 25 million dollar renovation, just open in 2021.
South Morang plenty valley shopping centre really close. Uni Hill 3 kilometres away, excellent restaurants & large choices allowing us to never get bored & keeping our options open.
Driving through the suburb gives out great vibes & the suburb upholds a lot of class.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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6th May 2021

"Affordable and lots of potential"

Mill Park is certainy a suburb with a lot of potential for growth (capital) and I believe with its current property prices, it is one of the best suburbs in the North.

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Maria Tavlas
Maria Tavlas

Definitely a lot of potential

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13th January 2020

"Family orientated"

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Amanda Compagnino real estate agent
Amanda Compagnino
Revolve Real Estate

"Perfect place to grow up in as a kid"

The winding roads and entwined streets of Mill Park create this sense of togetherness and community. It was the best place to grow up in as a kid, riding my bike through the streets. It is a very friendly and family orientated suburb. Great memories were made there.

Amanda Compagnino, Property Manager, REVOLVE REAL ESTATE, South Morang

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  • Families with kids
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"Best suburb in the north"

I have been living in Mill Park for 4 years, before that I was living in Reservoir and Bundoora for couple of years. During all these four years I never had a problem with this suburb compared with the other two that I lived , nice and quite parks, beautiful trees and couple of shopping choices around the area. High way , trams, buses, night time buses, trains ( not far away). Very close to city and Brunswick , two universities, couple of primary school and nearby high schools, I really felt safe, respect, energetic in this suburb.

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johnh65

Any idea on the massive electricity station with high radiation around you?

joes12

Thats in Thomastown cnr of Mahoney sand a High Street, long way from Mill Park

ly3wabg
ly3wabg

Dont see any electricity station mate. Small area with packed facilities, very nice suburb

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Rentals in Mill Park

"Best thing is to move out"

Nothing is good in this suburb.. only good is close to rmit.. robbery theft is common .. insurance is very high .. people are not friendly .. when you drive through you will come to know .. not safe

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Mark Scott
Mark Scott

I agree. We lived here in the 70's and am always grateful that we got out before it was too late. Its always a benchmark for where I wouldn't want to live.

joes12

These comments are so inaccurate and obviously on here to stir the pot..go away if you just post to trawl....

joes12

You must have lived in Mill Park Drive cause only street that was around in the 70s..your so full of llies. Im glad you got out if you were ever there, cause home prices are escalating and your cheap buy would now be worth a great amount of money

ly3wabg
ly3wabg

Dont agree, Mill park is family oriented, easy access to everywhere, never had anything bad happened.

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"A place proud to call home"

With over 20 parks ranging from playgrounds to ponds, Mill Park has established a high quality of life style trends. On warm summer nights you'll find an abundance of families going for walks and enjoying picnics creating a fresh and welcoming suburban feel.

As a Sales Associate in Mill Park, I've helped many people buy and sell in the area, therefore can confidently say its great place to live with an annual growth of 7% and average sale price of $570,000 for common houses. (April 2017)

Brayden Field Real Estate Agent Mill Park

Great for

  • Close to shopping centres
  • Close to transport
  • Fresh suburban lifestyle
  • Becoming alot more lively
  • Surrounded by parkland and wildlife.

Not great for

  • Further out from the centre

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"Cosy suburb in a great location of Melbourne"

Too many idiots

Great for

  • Value for money
  • Close to shopping centres
  • Close to transport
  • Fresh suburban lifestyle
  • Surrounded by parkland and wildlife.

Not great for

  • Occasional hoon

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  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
0
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"Excellent Suburb - Great Value"

We have lived in MillPark for the last 4 Years, we have got everything we need for the family and Kids...and still very afordable compared to many suburbs in Melbourne, wait couple of Years to finish the development of South Morang, Mernda and Doreen and prices will rock...
Very good access to Freeway, and will be even better after starting the missing link between Greensborough and East Link;
Very good primary, high school and University...
It is a great place for Kids

Great for

  • Close to shopping centres
  • Close to transport
  • Becoming alot more lively
  • Fresh suburban lifestyle

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"An excellent choice for first home buyers, young couples and new families."

Lived in the area for 25+ years and have seen it grow from strength to strength. It has become alot more lively and energetic the past few years and has sprouted some very nice pockets (Blossom Park estate). It has everything we need within a short distance. Its really not that far from the CBD (22km). Highly recommended and great value for money compared to inner areas.

Great for

  • Fresh suburban lifestyle
  • Becoming alot more lively
  • Close to shopping centres
  • Close to transport

Not great for

  • Further out from the centre

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Students
1
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"A place with the lot!"

Mill Park is a place where everything is within reach! The rail extention has now made it even more accessible. it is surrounded by beautiful parks and the national parks and caters for a vast range of ages and demographics. Rising home values in mill park show just hopw popular it has become.

Great for

  • Surrounded by parkland and wildlife.
  • Close to shopping centres
  • Close to transport

Not great for

  • Further out from the centre

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
  • Trendy & Stylish
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"Mill Park and surrounds"

I've lived in Mill Park for about five years and worked in the area for the last 10. Being in the real estate industry I have a knowledge of the area, it's positives and negatives

The Positives: great family friendly area with transport, close proximity to public and private schools, RMIT and La Trobe University. The Westfield shopping centre offers the shopper a lot of opportunity and the proposed South Morang rail line (which borders Mill Park) will provide much needed transportation for commuters. We also have a cool looking library, which I haven't had the chance of visiting!

The Negatives:
Although there are many bus routes taking you to schools and shopping centres, having a car is the ideal form of transportation. There is no direct train line from Mill Park itself, and being some 25km's from the CBD, I can see it being a concern for people working in the CBD and its surrounding suburbs. Depending on which side of Mill Park you look to settle in, you will also have access to neighbouring Bundoora's Tram line which goes into the CBD.

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  • Families with kids
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RebekahTavargeri
RebekahTavargeri

hi Kaan, i am moving migrating to Melbourne and am keen to look into Mill Park, Bundoora, Macleod and North Watsonia. looking at renting. Re the private schools, would you have any idea on the north side christian school in bundoora - some reviews if possible and the macloed college as well?

pip64

Hi Rebekah, there is also a Christian School at Doreen. Plenty Valley Christian College. It is a P-12 and also has an early learning centre. They also run multiple private buses from various areas around Doreen. My children attended there and caught the bus from South Morang.

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"It's not what it used to be :("

Mill Park has everything that you could want in a suburb. Great shopping,schools and near buy transportations. But the area was once a peacful place now you have the hoons virtually out everynight you have the annoying trail bikes going past our streets and local parks where we once took walks and had picnics but not anymore...and there are also no convenient play centres or cafes to take kids to e.g play gyms with cafe facilitites, sports centres etc..

we are considering moving because of the above information given....sad but you got to do what you got to do to make life pleasant for our young family...thinking of moving into the country...no near by neighbours to bother you and no hoons doing burn outs when raining outside our home...

regards
Christine

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"Jasmine Drive"

I have lived in Mill park for the past 6 years and have found it to be an excellent place to live in. We are close to great shopping areas such as Lalor shops and University Hill and MILL PARK Stables. The facilities are fantastic. We have BMX tracks, local parks, golf course within walking distance. The YMCA centre is a 5 minute drive from our home which has gym and all sorts of leisure activities. We stroll down to Botanica Park Estate, feed the ducks, kids play on the equipment and enjoy the tranquil serenity. Some mornings we hear the kookaburra birds. The neighbours in our street are fantastic. We keep an eye out and help out each each other. In the past there were some hoons from some social housing down the road. The police cleaned them out and the place has become much safer and better to live in. People walking the street are generally friendly and will say G'day. We have been enjoying high speed cable broadband cable unlike some estates like Botanica Park where customers can only access slow DSL speeds and require a satellite dish for Foxtel. There are no overhead powerlines. You will see native birds like Kookaboros, Lorikeets, Corellas, Cockatoos, Magpies, Grassparrots etc. The BUS stops are just round the corner giving access throughout Melbourne top facilities including schools, shops cafe's etc. The nearest train station is Lalor or Thomastown, requires a 10 minute drive. Plenty road is 1km down the road providing tram access. RMIT university is within walking distance 600 meters. There is main bike trail that links all the way to Melbourne CBD, within 100 meters from our home. We are approximately 20km from Melbourne CBD. As a cyclist it takes me at best 42 minutes to ride into the city. An averge bike ride would take an hour via the bike trail passing through suburbs such as Reservoir, Preston, Thornbury, Northcote, Fitzroy and Carlton.

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"Mill park is most liveable in northern suburb"

Hi,
Mill park is nice area to live as they have good cafe,shopping mall and mainly most of family.
All people in my neighbour is very friendly and all area is quite impressive. If you drive arounf development blvd you can find out wealth of mill park.

Mill park have lots of house which looks like house in Toorak. So more professional and business people. It is also quite young area.

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"Great value for money, very family oriented"

High percentage of young families, value for money compared with other suburbs. Great facilities and recently developed University Hill for shopping.

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"Buying in Mill Park - Best value for money in every way :)"

My Name is Angelo Mossuto I work with Morris Glen Real Estate located in the heart of South Morang / Mill Park at 1/314 Mcdonalds Rd, South Morang and it is an absolute joy selling real-estate in Mill Park and what surrounds it. I have lived here all my life and love the area so much.

Much of my love for Mill Park is the people. It is a growing suburb and is always improving.

Personally I am looking forward to the proposed train station which will be located on the South Morang / Mill Park border.

Some minor improvements are needed with regards to the roads in the entire area of Whittlesea. Other than that the roads are quite good in comparison to older areas. University Hill all though not exactly in Mill Park is growing and personally cant wait for a new Cinema and Gym. What can I say Stables is in desperate need of a revamp. I like most things new so unless it has a touch up, I'll stay away. The ground which you walk on is old and unlevel basically old bricks put together and may be unsafe for some people who dont watch every step.

A good coffee you'll find at Cerezo Deli at Uni Hill, A pet store with good advice Kindred Spirts (Stables) and Charcol Chicken at Rivergum Shops.

Please feel free to Contact my work number if you would like to buy or sell in Mill Park.

0421 453 622

or send me an email at [email protected]

Angelo Mossuto

:)

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"A safe and established neighborhood. Educated, well dressed and spoken, peiceful friendly people."

Whittlesea council events are excellent
Parking in the streets is excellent, pleasant environment, clean and tidy.
Facilities for business both retail and corporate business is available in modern newly built offices and buildings.
Majority are modern houses with modern cars.
Mostly well educated families.
Well educated singles and couples.
Yuppy environment well dressed, fit, well spoken and highly educated.
Shopping is excellent with both Plenty Valley and Epping shopping centres.
Situated close to the city, buses and Epping train station. New staton coming soon in South Morang.

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