Eynesbury is located 40km west of Melbourne's Central Business District (CBD). Its local government areas are the Cities of Melton and Wyndham. Suburbs and townships that surround Eynesbury include Exford, Melton, Bacchus Marsh, Werribee and Hoppers Crossing.
Eynesbury’s population is dominated by young and maturing families.
Residents of Eynesbury are just 40 minutes from the CBD, yet surrounded by natural green reserves and forests. They are also just a short drive from Caroline Springs and Hoppers Crossing.
New homes dominate Eynesbury’s housing stock.
PopulationThe nature and size of the local population, both now and in the future, is a key driver of property demand. Better understanding the local population can assist property buyers to make better decisions.
Children per family
Top Occupation % Share
Couple without Children
Couple with Children
One Parent Family
Top age group
Top age number
Top age group % share
Industry of employment
Total Workers (in top industry)
Share of Employment
Dwelling Type (number)
Flats, units or apartments
Dwelling tenure (number)
Owned with a mortgage
Location & Convenience
Roads & Public transport
357 - Wollert West - Thomastown Station via Epping Station
The planned Eynesbury Town Centre will include its own shopping centre, commercial offices, community facilities and cafes.
Plan Melbourne, the metropolitan planning strategy, establishes five new sub-regions to achieve a better balance between jobs and population growth across the city. Eynesbury is located in Melbourne's western sub-region.
Places of state significance in the western sub-region with significant implications for employment include:
National employment clusters – Sunshine (emerging), East Werribee (emerging)
Metropolitan activity centres – Sunshine, Toolern (future)
State-significant industrial precincts – Western and identified future industrial precinct
Transport gateway – Essendon Airport
Health and/or education precincts – Sunshine Hospital and Victoria University (St Albans), Werribee Mercy, Melton Health, Victoria University (Sunshine).
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 2011.