About Surrey Hills & Mont Albert
Surrey Hills is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, located eleven kilometres east of Melbourne's Central Business District. It falls within the Cities of Boroondara and Whitehorse.
Settled in the late 19th century many of Surrey Hills' streets are lined with mature trees, mostly plane, pin oak and camphor laurel trees creating the leafy look that took nearly a century to achieve.
Early housing of the Victorian, Federation and Edwardian periods are a feature of the suburb together with interwar styles and more modern and contemporary buildings of the last fifty years.
In 2017 the Association expanded its coverage to include Mont Albert from the former WERA group.
Union Road, Surrey Hills and Hamilton Street, Mont Albert feature historic commercial precincts within the vicinity of the two railway stations.
Contact the Surrey Hills Progress Association
Get in touch with the Surrey Hills Progress Association to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.
Below is the link to Boroondara Council's Survey for interested residents to fill in regarding your ideas and suggestions for the future direction of council plans and policies etc.