It’s not just economic opportunities that attract people and businesses to our region; the Casey Cardinia region provides a great balance between city and country living, with great convenience to the city, yet the peace and tranquility of the country. Such unique proximity makes the region very popular for new residents seeking the best of both worlds.

A range of urban estate developments through to rural-residential options are available for residents who prefer the open space and cleanliness of urban fringe areas. House prices are amongst the most affordable in the greater Melbourne area and an attractive proposition particularly to young families.


Area Median House Price (2017) Savings in Casey Cardinia
Casey Cardinia region $550,000 -
Metropolitan Melbourne $822,000 30%


With hundreds of events hosted in the region each year, across a variety of interests - from largescale family-friendly festivals and national sporting competitions, to intimate locally produced wine tastings – there is sure to be something to please everyone!

Some of the larger events include:

  • Food Truck Carnival
  • Berwick Show
  • Casey Kids Carnival
  • Australia Day celebrations
  • Carols by Candlelight celebrations
  • ANZAC Day events
  • Relay for Life events
  • Akoonah Park Market
  • Cranbourne GP Run
  • Cranbourne Turf Club and Pakenham Racing Club racing events
  • Melbourne Football Club and Richmond Football Club practice matches
  • Melbourne Stars Family Fun Day


The region has long been a sought-after destination for parents wishing to ensure their children receive a high-quality and well-rounded education. With a number of prestigious private and private schools, as well as various tertiary options, located close to well-planned residential estates, our young residents have strong pathways to a bright future.

High-profile educational institutions located in the region include:

  • St Margarets and Berwick Grammar School
  • Haileybury Berwick
  • St Francis Xavier College Beaconsfield, Berwick and Officer campus
  • Beaconhills College Berwick and Pakenham campus
  • Federation University Berwick
  • Chisholm Institute of TAFE Berwick and Cranbourne
  • Hillcrest Christian College
  • Nossal High School, and
  • the soon to be developed Casey Tech School (co-located with Chisholm Institute of TAFE)



To cater to growing demand in the region, both the City of Casey and Cardinia Shire Council have invested heavily in ensuring that residents have easy access to the facilities and support networks they need to flourish. Modern and thriving community and neighbourhood centres, high-calibre sporting facilities and recreation centres, well-groomed parks equipped with play equipment for all abilities, etc.

In addition, there is also significant investment from major hospital and health providers, such as the brand-new, state-of-the-art St John of God Hospital and associated Specialist Centre, Monash Casey Hospital and Pakenham Health Centre, as well as numerous medical generalist and specialist centres.


Owing to its famous multicultural communities, the Casey Cardinia region is spoilt for choice when it comes to tasting a delicious range of food from across the globe. And whether you are eating out, or taking away to eat in, you’re sure to find high-quality offerings owing to the ease of running a hospitality business in business focused municipalities.

There are a plethora of cafes, restaurants and road side trading options for residents and visitors alike, as well as local farmers markets, many of which stock local produce from neighbouring farms.

Just a few of the well-renowned places to eat include: