If you're buying, renting, or investing in Dallas, VIC 3047, it is essential to know if the area meets your real estate requirements. The Homes.com.au suburb profile provides the statistics on Dallas median property prices, market trends & demographics so we can help you make informed decisions about your future property purchase.
If you are considering packing up and moving to Dallas, have a little read of our historical overview to discover the fantastic lifestyle and what makes this suburb so popular.
Overview Seventeen kilometres north of Melbourne, Dallas is a suburb under the City of Hume local government area. Nearby suburbs are Coolaroo, Broadmeadows, and Campbellfield. According to the 2016 census, it had a population of 6,810.
Living in Dallas Dallas has lively commerce and culture. The Dallas Shopping Strip is busy with shops offering kebabs, fish and chips, Indian street food, and other specialties. The Coolaroo Hotel is also one of the suburb's landmarks.
There are many schools in Dallas; most notable are Dallas Primary School, the first primary in Dallas, and Dallas North Primary. Other schools are Hume Central Secondary College, Dallas Brooks Community Primary School, and Holy Child Catholic Primary School.
Almost half of Dallas' population is Muslim, one of the highest in Australia. Most come from Turkey, Lebanon, Iraq, and Pakistan. There is a mosque on King Street.
Bus route 532 runs through Dallas. The suburb is also accessible through two stations, Coolaroo and Upfield.
History of Dallas Most of the area on which Dallas stands was farmland. Between 1961 to 1966, the Housing Commission of Victoria built many residential units in the Dallas area. The post office was first opened in 1966.
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