Wallan is a suburb north of Melbourne that had 8,520 living there in 2016, where 49.4% were male and 50.6% were female. With the median age at 35 years, Wallan is a peaceful and safe suburb with a lot of open spaces, lots of parks and sporting fields for children to play on as well as playing halls where adults can work out or get some rest; it also has the largest number of state schools in the Greater Melbourne area. The median house price is $570,500.

Why should you choose to live in Wallan?

The people here are friendly - most residents have known each other for many years because it was originally settled by three different families (most notably descendants from Tasmania).

The schools are good - even those in surrounding suburbs send their children to Wallan schools. The suburb is safe and peaceful - most of the crime that occurs in Melbourne happens in other parts of the city and almost none in Wallan. It's also very child friendly - very few violent attacks have ever been reported and the public transport system is great; it's not uncommon for parents to let their children walk to school themselves, safely.

Most homes have driveways with enough space for large cars (the average car size is about the same as America's Jeep Cherokee).

There are lots of open spaces for children to enjoy such as parks, playing fields, a lake and an adventure playground.

Nearby Places, Facilities and Features

Uncle Nev's Trail Rides can take you on a romp over the hills or a leisurely stroll through Mount Disappointment State Forest, which is know for being a wonderful sanctuary for animals, tourists, and recreational activities. From beginners to experts, all riding levels are accommodated for. The stable of over 60 horses, as well as the knowledgeable and pleasant personnel, will guarantee that you are matched with the perfect horse. Uncle Nev's offers a variety of tours to meet everyone's needs.

Beginner routes are available for people who are new to riding, as well as Twilight rides, which take you on a riding excursion at sunset.

The Community Bank® Adventure Playground at Wallan provides a diverse range of adventure play opportunities for kids of all ages and abilities. A five-story tower with three slides and a completely accessible water splash park are among the attractions on the playground. A 25-meter flying fox with an inclusive seat, a creek bed lounging area with water jets, sensory play areas with sand and water activities, and the aqua drop bucket are all highlights of the playground and splash park. There are also covered grilling spaces, accessible restrooms, and wheelchair access throughout the park. Several food and beverage establishments are located directly across the street from the park. The Community Bank Adventure Playground is available all year and is free to the public. The Playground is easily accessible by vehicle from Melbourne, and there is adjacent on-street parking.


Registrations now open

Join the

pre release notification list