Wollert, VIC 3750

4.1(11 reviews)

Ranked 231st best suburb by locals in Melbourne (Greater) Region, VIC

Great for

  • Clean & green
  • Eating out
  • Neighbourly spirit
  • Parks and recreation
  • Public transport

Not great for

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Who lives here?

  • Families With Kids
  • Professionals
  • Singles

Reviews of Wollert, VIC

syedansari
syedansari
21st May 2021

"Amazing"

We moved here a year ago, so far we love it ..suburb is safe and I can say that the wollert is really making a huge progress. With the extension of cragieburn highway with having dedicated bus lanes and extra parking space in station has made a lot of progress. The people are professionals! very well educated, polite. Wollert has several retail areas, cafes and supermarkets. Wollert is still affordable suburb with best prices to beat the market.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
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niaz1
niaz1
14th May 2021

"Aurora is beautiful"

We been so many suburbs before buying our land,like point cook, truganina, tarneit. This particular suburb is northern based, and has everything u name. Train line is also expected soon, but god knows.. but other than that..this place is the best in terms of schools, parks, greenery.
Pros:
People and neighbourhood are very friendly.
School is really good
everything easily accessible

Cons: there are so many upcoming suburbs, which might lead to traffic, but a train line will surely solve the problem.

Who lives here?

  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
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hameemaysee
hameemaysee
14th May 2021

"Beautiful and safe suburb"

Lots of indians, good school and upcoming new school as well. The suburb itself has a beautiful vibe and everything ia just walkable.
If the school gets high ranking... no doubt this wil be one of the best suburb for indian community.

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  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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m.d.a.al-falahi
m.d.a.al-falahi
13th May 2021

"Quite, family oriented and convenient"

Despite the suburb is under development, the south part of Wollert is almost developed. Schools, childcare, supermarkets, parks, play grounds, bulk billing clinic , pharmacy, cafes, restaurants etc. Few minutes drive to Epping Hospital, Costco, Pacific Shopping Center, Epping train station, shops etc.
Recommended for families.

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  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
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wejdanshah
wejdanshah
1st April 2021

"Very good suburb to buy a new house in."

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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amartyas
amartyas
24th December 2020

"Still in development phase but should be beautiful once it's completed (lots of promise)"

As a few people have stated before, this suburb is still under development. There have been a huge immigrant population in the last few years (mainly Muslim and Indian) but with the rise in prices that can be foreseen, it is highly likely that the suburb will get more multicultural. Additionally there are a couple of schools being built here - if they maintain a good standard, that will attract a lot of people.
Good facets - Lots of beautiful parks, relatively safe, and Aurora shopping village is decent (the Coles here is HUGE). There are also a number of new cafes/restaurants coming up. The people who live here are all relatively friendly.
Not so great - Everything is still in development phase. Needs a few more cafes/restaurants and a train station (which I believe has been approved by the Government in its latest plan). For the suburb to really make a mark, it also needs the school (Edgar's Creek) to be of a high standard, which will also attract a more multicultural society. However, with the school, train station and the developments currently in place, there is huge potential here.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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lindan12
lindan12
15th December 2020

"Suburb still under development. No public transport and entertainment available but some parks for kids to play and sport arena is there"

Suburb made for families. Most people are friendly but socially awkward. Large Muslim, Indian and African population with some Asians but barely any Australian or European families. Aurora village shops are all right but only sell stuff for Indians and Muslims like food and spices. Aldi and Coles are good enough. No European or Asian grocery available. Not enough kinder and childcare available yet. Restaurant food is not good but new ones are opening hopefully offering better food. Whittlesea Council has been busted for being the most corrupt council. Rubbish left on the side of the road is common but cleaned up after a few weeks/months. Usually quiet but some people neglect their dogs and let them bark all day. Not many people decorate their houses on holidays so there is no Halloween and Christmas Spirit. Good community services available in Epping. Don't purchase property in VillaWood because of the cow farm smells bad near it. Safe area so far, only trouble is when people parking illegally all over the place and littering in parks. Still lots of houses are being built and the prices will sky rocket ones it is finished. Nothing to do for entertainment other than outdoor activities and eating out. Galada is good. Suburb needs schools, library, entertainment and better restaurants. There is no vet and the only medical center has bad reputation. If you are Australian or European then you won't be able to connect with the community because of the cultural differences but most people are nice enough. You won't get your parcel or ubereats stolen. Wollert Mc Donald's is the worst. Ice cream truck driving around is enjoyable.

Who lives here?

  • Families with kids
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emad-luaym
emad-luaym
22nd November 2020

"Excellent location, safe and close to everything"

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  • Families with kids
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vukovar78
vukovar78
10th March 2020

"nice place new homes and very clean"

i dont live in wollert but did pass there doing delivery job all over melbourne this is subrub behind epping epping rd takes u straight here it has all new houses and is have nice area were shops are is family people.area with nice site city can be seen from.far away and is really nice sky at night u see stars very clear is something i didnt see in my side of city but this one is really for families and anybody who wants decent house and life out of city impressed with area and is very clean air is fresh not like in congested city there is m80 free way sydney rd and local subrubs craigeburn south morang epping and more subrubs around and u can see aeroplanes flying as melbourne airport is closer

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  • Professionals
  • Singles
  • Families with kids
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emily-goumas
emily-goumas
13th December 2019

"Family orientated"

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  • Singles
  • Families with kids
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georgej5
georgej5
28th October 2019

"Family friendly, plenty of parks, reserves, great schools"

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  • Professionals
  • Families with kids
hameesyee
hameesyee

Hi cud you please brief about schools? Like edgars creek thanks

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