When looking to invest or position your business in Melbourne’s eastern region, consider the location and lifestyle of Melbourne’s premier suburbs that offers a strong investment foundation, strategic location, connection to innovative health, education options and job opportunities.
The City of Whitehorse is located 15 kilometers east of Melbourne’s CBD and encompasses the suburbs of Box Hill, Blackburn, Burwood, Forest Hill, Mitcham, Mont Albert, Nunawading, Surrey Hills and Vermont.
Discover Strategic Positioning
Whitehorse is well serviced by public transport, with the Belgrave/Lilydale line passing through the municipality with a range of retail and commercial activity centres located along its vicinity.
Discover Economic Diversity
Whitehorse host one of the most dynamic local economics that is adaptive and receptive to change. It has a strong enduring manufacturing sector, established retail sector and is an emerging leader in health and education services.
Discover Economic Strength
There are more than 9000 businesses based in the City of Whitehorse. With more than 85, 000 jobs, the top employment sectors being healthcare/social assistance and education.
Discover Box Hill
Box Hill is one of Melbourne’s largest Metropolitan Activity Centres. It is firmly established as the pre-eminent growth centre for Melbourne’s eastern region. It is home to one of the largest commercial business hubs and transport interchanges outside of the Melbourne central business district. The area is currently experiencing unprecedented growth driven by private investment and development, supported by significant investment associated with the growth of health and education facilities. Box Hill Investment Attraction Brochure
Discover Melbourne’s Most Liveable Location
With some of Melbourne most liveable suburbs, the City of Whitehorse makes the ideal place to live, learn, invest, work and play. Whitehorse has a strong focus on actively engaging the community with its arts and culture, which is largely driven and inspired by its multicultural and creative population. Residents benefit from the tree lined streets and the variety of parks, gardens and bushland environments, featuring walking and cycling tracks, recreation facilities and playgrounds. Everyday shopping is convenient and accessible with a range of quality retail options spread across the municipality. Restaurant and café dining options are vast and inspired by a variety of cultures from all over the world.
Whitehorse City Council supports and guides the local and regional economy, including the facilitation of major private, institutional and government investment through the Whitehorse Investment Facilitation Service.