Shopping, services, schools and transport are all tucked in close to Lalor Park.
A pre-school is just a few metres away, the primary school is close by and there are two secondary schools in the suburb.
Lalor Park is just 18 kilometres north of Melbourne’s CBD with easy road access in all directions along with regular train and bus services. The Metropolitan Ring Road and other major highways are easily accessed.
Shopping is easy and convenient. Pacific Epping, one of the north’s premiere shopping centres with 200 mainstream and specialty stores and services, is just two kilometres from Lalor Park. Also close are Lalor Plaza and Lalor Shopping Centre. All have major supermarkets, international food stores, speciality shops and general services. Sprinkled throughout the suburb are small enclosed malls and several small, friendly shopping strips.
Lalor encourages a healthy, outdoor lifestyle. Enjoy the reserves and parks with their sporting ovals, playgrounds, bike and walking trails. Relax with a picnic or fire up a barbecue. Whittlesea Public Gardens has an adventure playground and the lake and wetlands attract flocks of birdlife.
The Craigieburn Bypass Trail that follows the Hume Freeway is popular with recreational and commuting cyclists. Three Aussie Rules football teams, two tennis clubs, a golf course, cricket and bowls offer social and sporting opportunities and an excellent indoor pool and leisure centre are close by.
The City of Whittlesea runs a busy events calendar for people of all ages from the poppets in the pop-up playground to seniors. Many of the classes and events are free.