Caulfield is a suburb of Melbourne, in the Australian state of Victoria. It is located 12 km (7 miles) south-east of the central business district. City of Glen Eira is its Local Government Area. It is bounded by Kooyong Road, Glen Eira Road, Glen Huntly Road, and Booran Road. Caulfield has a population of around five thousand inhabitants. The suburb is famous for its Caulfield Racecourse and the Caulfield campus of Monash University.
Major industries in Caulfield include education, legal and accounting services, cafes, restaurants, hospitals and allied health services. Melbourne’s economy is based on finance, manufacturing, research, IT, education, logistics, transportation, and tourism. This city is headquarters for many of Australia’s largest corporations, including ANZ, BHP Billiton (the world’s largest mining company), the National Australia Bank, Rio Tinto, and Telstra. There are many options for office space throughout Caulfield.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Caulfield has a lot to offer in terms of sights and activities. It is a home of the Victorian garden Caulfield Park, the best-known horse-racing track in Australia, the Melbourne Racing Club, a local Australian Rules football team. Caulfield has twenty race days per season and hosts many important races, such as the Caulfield Cup, Blue Diamond Stakes and Underwood Stakes. Caulfield has a variety of restaurants offering diverse cuisine options. Almazett prepares traditional Lebanese cuisine, Kantipur Restaurant serves Indian and Nepalese cuisine, Arda Turkish Cuisin serves meals prepared with fresh ingredients, Caffe Uffizi is a much loved Italian eatery, and Limor’s is the place to go to sample Middle-Eastern fare.
Getting to Caulfield by plane is convenient, as it is located around 37 km (23 miles) from the Melbourne International Airport. Caulfield is serviced by several different types of public transport. Trains run from the Caulfield railway station, trams routes 3, 64 and 67 can all be easily accessed and local buses are readily available.