Strathmore is largely a residential neighbourhood encompassing Salmon Reserve, the southern edge of Woodland Street, the eastern part of Five Mile Creek and the edge of the Moonee Ponds Creek. In the north, the Tullamarine Freeway forms a hard edge. From Bulla Road in the west to the predominant spine of Pascoe Vale Road, Strathmore is undulating and green.

Did you know 21% of people in your neighbourhood did voluntary work in the last 12 months?  for more information download the fact sheet (pdf, 13.3MB)

20-minute neighbourhood

Find schools, parks and public transport in Strathmore using the directions marked on the footpath.

As part of MV2040, a long term plan for the municipality to deliver projects at a neighbourhood level, the ‘20-minute Neighbourhood’ project has been developed and is being rolled out in the pilot suburb of Strathmore.

Wayfinding decals, maps and posters placed around the neighbourhood will be used as a visual prompt for community members to discover places they may miss from inside a vehicle.

The main focus of the campaign is to promote a pedestrian friendly network, highlighting walking as a first option for journeys under 20 minutes.

Along with an increase in incidental exercise the project plans to create awareness of what community facilities, services and assets are accessible by foot.

Get active, take a photo and tag #walkstrath to inspire other members of your community.



Here is a list of local events and programs happening throughout Strathmore.

Do you know of any other events or programs that can be added? Email us at

Valley View online

Want the scoop on the latest news, events and works near you? The Valley View website is coming soon!

Get the news you care about delivered straight to your inbox, add your own, and use interactive maps to find out what's going on around your place. Stay tuned for details early this year.

Strathmore Movie Night

Friday 8 February, 6.30pm til late at Boeing Reserve, Boeing Road, Strathmore Heights

Join us for a community celebration as we launch the new Boeing Reserve Pavilion. Grab your picnic rug and enjoy the free screening of The Sandlot! Register.

Strathmore Theatrical Arts Group (STAG) production - Outside Edge

Address: Strathmore Community Hall, Loeman Street, Strathmore

Season: 28 February to 9 March 2019

Nature Play in Napier Park

Thursday 11 April, 10am - 12pm at Napier Park, Napier Street, Strathmore

Get the kids enjoying and discovering the natural environment with ochre painting Aboriginal necklace making, mini beast exploration and Junior ranger activities.

General information about the Strathmore Community can also be found at the Community run website


Find and connect with others from the Strathmore community!

Childcare & Kindergarten

St Aidan’s Preschool

Strathmore Community Kindergarten

Strathmore Children's Centre

Doutta Galla Lions Club

Essendon Gem & Lapidary Club

Let’s Make a Park

This group formed in 2017 to build a park in an underutilised green space across from Strathmore Railway Station. Their aims are to create more spaces for young people to hang out in, enhance green spaces throughout Moonee Valley, and advocate for a more pedestrian-friendly city.

Visit the Let's Make a Park Strathmore Facebook page


Strathmore Primary School

Strathmore North Primary School

Strathmore Secondary College

St Vincent de Paul Primary School

Victorian Space Education Centre (Strathmore Secondary College grounds)

Strathmore Men’s Shed

Meet at 44a Mascoma Street, Strathmore on Fridays, 10am-12 noon.

Whether you are an expert timber craftsman or a complete novice, you will be welcomed at our Men's Sheds.  Never used power tools? No problem! Our skilled Men’s Shed Program Facilitator will show you how.

Strathmore Probus Club

Meets every third Monday of the month from 9.45am at Essendon Football Club, Windy Hill.

Strathmore Rotary Club

Meet Wednesdays from 6.45pm at Essendon Football Club, Napier St Essendon.

Strathmore Theatrical Arts Group

Tai Chi

Address: Strathmore Heights Community Centre, Boeing Road

Fridays, 9.30am-10.30am, gentle, fluid movements that are slow in tempo and easy to follow. Designed to enhance relaxation and improve balance and health.

Woodlands Park House

Address: 32 Winifred Street, Essendon

Get Active

Connect with Strathmore community clubs and sporting groups.

2nd Strathmore Scouts

Essendon Baseball Club

Fitbit Cardio Tennis

Fitbit Cardio Tennis is a fun, social, group tennis - fitness program for people of all ages. Find your nearest workout.

Glenbervie Tennis Club

Healthy ageing exercise programs

We offer a range of affordable classes to improve the health and wellbeing of senior residents (aged 65 years and over, people with disability or carers). Find out more.

St Vincent's Tennis Club

Strathmore Bowls Club

Strathmore Cricket Club

Strathmore Football Club (AFL)

Strathmore Netball Club

Strathmore Split Football Club (Soccer)

Strathmore Tennis Club

Strathmore Unicorns Basketball Club

Explore Strathmore

Explore the Strathmore neighbourhood.

Dog off-leash park

Cross Keys Reserve (Eastern end only) is designated as a dog off-leash park by Moonee Valley City Council’s local laws.

Dog park at Alf Pearce Reserve

Five Mile Creek Reserve

Friends of Moonee Ponds Creek (FoMPC)

Local parks and reserves

Main parks

Cross Keys Reserve and Pavilion

Woodlands Park

Woodlands Park is a popular picnic spot with barbecue facilities. It also has plenty of open space perfect for kicking a footy or other sporting activities, as well as playground for children.

Moonee Ponds Creek Trail brochure (pdf, 3.6MB)

Moonee Ponds Heritage Trail (pdf, 1.68MB)


Explore and experience what playgrounds Moonee Valley has to offer.

Public BBQs

Our parks and reserves offer a range of great facilities, including free barbeques! In Strathmore this includes:

Alf Pearce Reserve

Public Toilets

Access to public toilets can be important when exploring. Opening hours.

Lloyd Street Car Park, 2-6 Lloyd Street, Strathmore

Strathmore Community Garden

Water stations

Thirsty? Free drinking water stations are being installed across Moonee Valley. Learn More.

Woodlands Napier walk map (pdf, 32MB)

Last updated: Friday, 18 January 2019, 4:39 AM