Officer, VIC 3809

4.3(7 reviews)

Ranked 139th best suburb by locals in Melbourne (Greater) Region, VIC

Great for

  • Clean & green
  • Internet access
  • Neighbourly spirit
  • Parks and recreation

Not great for

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Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Professionals
  • Retirees
  • Country Lovers
  • Singles

Reviews of Officer, VIC

nandol
nandol
30th April 2021

"Growing suburb for young families"

I live in Beaconsfield and work in Cranbourne and Berwick. Due to my job I see a number of clients who live in Casey and Cardinia areas daily basis.

Currently the median house price of 595K (May 2021). Comparable suburbs within the price range would be Clyde and Cranbourne in Southeast Melbourne.

I would choose Officer over Clyde and Cranbourne due to demographics and it's shorter distance to arguably better Southeast suburbs such Berwick and Beaconsfield.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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mickk12
mickk12
25th October 2020

"Timbertop estate in Officer"

Officer is a great suburb in the south east. People are very friendly and neighbours are fantastic. Very safe place to live. If one was to buy property in Officer, then Timbertop is the no.1 estate to buy in. Definitely the Toorak of Officer or top end of town but if it's a bit pricey then estates like Grandvue and Arena are good options as well.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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sheikhzayed
sheikhzayed
7th November 2019

"Better than Clyde/Clyde Nth"

Traffic is well managed - easy access off the Monash, another exit is currently being built. + princess highway.
Private schools, Public Schools and Special Needs Schools.
Council building close and central.
Arena shopping centre + a shopping strip to be built around the council/train station area.
Not too far from the Pakenham home maker center and bunnings.
Train station nice and close.
Beautiful parks.
Footy ground well maintained.
Nice mix of families and older retirees in the community.
Friendly neighbours, well maintained front yards.

The biggest pro is the Monash being so easily accessible and the proximity to beaconsfield and berwick, and also the ability for someone with a family if they wanted to go camping to Bunyip state park + further, 1hour train ride to the city. 20 mins to Fountain gate.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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rashmit
rashmit
12th September 2019

"Professionals Paradise"

The mid income level people from all nationalities live here.
It is safe and used to be quiet and peaceful, but recently the area has become very noisey with loud subs music from only handful of the people causing area to loose is peaceful environment.
Councils require more focus on enforcing rules.
The good suburbs can quickly tuen in to a bad suburb.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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christine_quarrie
christine_quarrie
27th May 2019

"Why buy/sell a property in Officer"

• Close to M1 Freeway
• Minutes to Beaconsfield & Arena shopping precincts
• Quality Schools Nearby e.g. Bridgewood Primary School & Officer Secondary College
• Community Spirit
• Modern Housing Estate

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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"UP & COMING"

Over the past few years, Officer has exploded from farm land to metropolis. The area is selling very quickly with many young families and downsizers choosing to call the area home. The northside of Officer is considered premium by the locals, however many of the other estates are certainly just as gorgeous with an array of parks and walking tracks etc. The heart of Officer is currently under development however there are a few shops and cafes for you to enjoy. Definitely a "new" suburb as progress on development continues but certainly a favourite. Quick access to the freeway, and public transport - bus & trains.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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"A quiet estate when your children can ride their bikes in the street"

Great for

  • Quiet
  • Peaceful

Not great for

  • Some young people are buying the estates

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
  • Retirees
kmizzi
kmizzi

Hi there, looking to invest in officer and possibly build or move in, in the future. However was wondering if there will be any up coming changes to the area, ie, schools, medical facilities, shopping facilities. Any help would be fantastic. Thank you!

HumiD
HumiD

Hi there we are thinking of moving there as we'll any advise?

davidgallagher
davidgallagher

Any reason why 'young people' moving into the estates is a con?

rashmit
rashmit

Nothing against young people , I agree the noise level and use of loud sub in the house and the car.

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