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Casey City Council has a population of approximately 252,380 (Census 2011, ABS) with 35 percent of residents born overseas. The City of Casey is Victoria’s most populous municipality.

Casey spans a large geographic region, from the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges, through residential and farm land, to a number of small coastal villages. Casey is approximately 45 km to the south-east from the Melbourne CBD by road.

Find out more at the City of Casey website

Main suburbs

Endeavour Hills



Narre Warren


Map of metropolitan Melbourne indicating the location of Casey

About Casey

Three hot air balloons against a Melbourne sunrise. Image courtesy of Global Ballooning


Key industries in the area
Retail trade

Travel times

Casey’s suburbs are 35-65km southeast of Melbourne’s city centre.

Transport Time
40-60 mins
Train or bus
55-90 mins

Housing costs

Median cost
Purchase Rental per week
House $432,000
(July 2015)
$340 (June 2015)
(July 2015)
$300 (June 2015)

Source: House and unit prices - Home Price Guide Rental prices - Department of Health & Human Services Rental Report

Cultural groups

Migrants from Languages spoken
India (4.1%) Sinhalese (2.3%)
England (3.6%) Dari (1.5%)
Sri Lanka (3%) Arabic (1.4%)
New Zealand (2.4%) Spanish (1.3%)
Afghanistan (1.8%)
Hindi (1.3%)
Source: Census 2011, ABS


Schools Health care
42 primary schools
There are three hospitals in the Casey area.
16 secondary schools

One university and two TAFE campuses

Find a school at the Department of Education and Early Childhood development website or find out more about education and childcare in Victoria. Visit the Victorian Better Health Channel for more health care information and services.