Chadstone is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Landmarks include the Waverley Basketball Centre, Jordanville Community Centre and the Matthew Flinders Hotel. Scotchmans Creek runs along Chadstone's southern boundary, the Glen Waverley railway line along the northern boundary, Warrigal Road to the west and Huntingdale Road to the east.
Many of the houses in the Chadstone area were built in the postwar period using prefabricated concrete produced at the current site of the Holmesglen TAFE. The houses tend to be quite small, with two to three bedrooms and large blocks. It is relatively common for houses to be demolished and larger houses built to take advantage of the block size.
Chadstone is a small suburb, with parts previously known as Chadstone being rezoned to be incorporated into Malvern East. Several landmarks such as Chadstone Shopping Centre and the Chadstone campus of Holmesglen Institute of TAFE have retained their original names despite now being technically located in Malvern East. The current Chadstone locality incorporates an area formerly known as Jordanville (even though Jordanville Station is technically in Mount Waverley).
Chadstone according to the Census 2011
The median/average age of the people in Chadstone is 33 years of age.
47.7% of people living in the suburb of Chadstone were born in Australia.
46.2% of people living in Chadstone speak English only.
Caulfield East according to the Census 2011
The median/average age of the people in Caulfield East is 33 years of age.
56.6% of people living in the suburb of Caulfield East were born in Australia.
63.5% of people living in Caulfield East speak English only.
Ashburton according to the Census 2011
The median/average age of the people in Ashburton is 38 years of age.
72.0% of people living in the suburb of Ashburton were born in Australia.
77.1% of people living in Ashburton speak English only.
Hughesdale according to the Census 2011
The median/average age of the people in Hughesdale is 35 years of age.
56.5% of people living in the suburb of Hughesdale were born in Australia.
55.6% of people living in Hughesdale speak English only.
Dwellings by Postcodes
Note: Dwellings count is from the census 2011