Noble Park is a Victorian suburb located about 25km south-east of the Melbourne CBD. It is part of the City of Greater Dandenong and has a population of more than 30,998 people.
With a mix of commercial, residential, and industrial zones, the suburb is a bustling area with a significantly multicultural population. Many Noble Park residents have emigrated from around the world, including the Americas, Africa, Europe, and Asia.
Allan Buckley first established the suburb in 1909, naming it after Alfred Nobel, a Swedish inventor. The area grew as a community centre, school, post office, church, and railway station were established.
Today, the area is experiencing significant growth with the redevelopment of its main railway station, the community complex, and newly built Aquatic Centre. Young families will enjoy visiting the new centre, which features Melbourne’s biggest waterslide.
Across the suburb’s commercial district, families will enjoy visiting shops, bakeries, convenience stores, cafes, and restaurants. There are plenty of bus routes, bicycle trails, and two suburban railway stations, making it easier than ever for families to access local amenities.
There are about 101 early learning centres within 6km of the suburb. Noble Park childcare options include long daycare, occasional care, family daycare, and out of school hours care.