Melbourne (Remainder)

Characterised by extensive public open space, this locality also encompasses the City’s St Kilda Road commercial and residential areas and the Alfred Hospital. As a result, the health care and social assistance sector dominates employment (with over one quarter of all jobs). From 2002 to 2015 the number of jobs increased by over 60%; primarily in health care, accommodation and food services and arts and recreation. Over the same period, floorspace increased by around 15%

Headline Statistics

24,050

Local Jobs

374

Establishments

$450

Median Rental Price

Combined data for Melbourne (CBD)-Melbourne (Remainder). Source: Department of Human Services, Victoria (DHS).

Floor Space in Melbourne (Remainder)

The pie chart below provides a breakdown of floor space (both occupied and unoccupied) in Melbourne (Remainder) at 2018.

The chart below shows the change in floor space (both occupied and unoccupied) in Melbourne (Remainder) between 2002 and 2018.

Detailed Data Tables

The table below provides further detail regarding the mix of floor space in Melbourne (Remainder).

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Category Floor Space (Sqm)
Performances, Conferences, Ceremonies 7,119
Educational/ Research 96,227
Entertainment/ Recreation 262,978
Accommodation 206,007
Storage/Wholesale 8,752
Hospital/ Clinic 156,252
Parking 190,919
Transport 7,328
Retail 12,794
Community use 288
Open space 1,706,722
Transport/Storage Uncovered 2,784
Public display areas 2,917
Office 210,857
Equipment installation 15,400

The table below provides detail regarding the quantity of floor space by year ( 2002- 2018) in Melbourne (Remainder).

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Year Floor Space (Sqm)
2002 2,503,986
2004 2,520,388
2006 2,548,704
2008 2,591,203
2010 2,781,571
2012 2,781,661
2014 2,815,171
2016 2,835,801
2018 2,887,344
Industries by Employment ( 2018)
The graph below shows the industries located in Melbourne (Remainder), ordered by the number of jobs in each industry at 2018.
Change in Local Jobs (2002 to 2018)
The graph below details the number of employees in Melbourne (Remainder) over time. The graph provides an insight into how industry has grown or declined in the local area over the last decade.
Detailed Data Table

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Industry Name 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018
Other Services 144 249 227 213 152 152 230 284 227
Arts and Recreation Services 2400 3329 3881 4089 4205 4205 3928 3849 4612
Health Care and Social Assistance 5062 5350 5593 5059 5133 5585 6440 5755 6246
Education and Training 989 926 996 926 1536 1536 1671 1448 1941
Public Administration and Safety 165 215 264 155 184 184 181 165 155
Administrative and Support Services 176 143 186 547 636 636 611 1016 963
Professional, Scientific and Technical Services 1898 1681 1981 4079 4820 4975 4534 4424 4060
Rental, Hiring and Real Estate Services 28 41 26 40 54 54 242 174 110
Financial and Insurance Services 2134 1958 2252 2959 1613 1613 2726 1660 1476
Information Media and Telecommunications 235 215 213 231 312 312 257 181 123
Transport, Postal and Warehousing 67 331 402 73 61 61 65 66 51
Accommodation and Food Services 1442 1418 2788 2847 3212 3212 4015 2509 3023
Retail Trade 406 89 164 137 108 108 98 132 140
Wholesale Trade 170 147 249 189 238 238 322 276 327
Construction 91 64 125 131 249 249 224 247 152
Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Services 6 0 0 0 10 10 0 160 148
Manufacturing 302 234 200 212 283 283 304 298 296
Mining 498 177 44 6 7 7 9 0 0
Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing 8 8 6 4 8 8 0 0 0

Melbourne (Remainder) Residential Rental Market

Residential Rental Prices (Per Week)

The chart below shows the median rental price for all dwellings in Melbourne (Remainder) from June 2009.

The green band shows the price range of the middle 50% of rental properties in the area (also referred to as the interquartile range of rental prices). It provides an indication of the spread of rental prices in Melbourne (Remainder).

Residential Rental Volumes

The chart below shows the number of new leases that commenced in Melbourne (Remainder) annually.

Detailed Data Table

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Period Year Median Price Rental Volume (Commencing Leases)
March 2008 370 4749
June 2008 380 4778
September 2008 385 4994
December 2008 395 5068
March 2009 400 5020
June 2009 400 4983
September 2009 400 5194
December 2009 400 5277
March 2010 410 5457
June 2010 410 5453
September 2010 420 5503
December 2010 420 5733
March 2011 425 5994
June 2011 430 5957
September 2011 430 5855
December 2011 430 5873
March 2012 440 6098
June 2012 440 6303
September 2012 440 6479
December 2012 450 6572
March 2013 450 6890
June 2013 450 7245
September 2013 440 7564
December 2013 435 7826
March 2014 430 8280
June 2014 435 8390
September 2014 436 8732
December 2014 440 9028
March 2015 440 9810
June 2015 440 9820
September 2015 445 10254
December 2015 449 10265
March 2016 450 9831
June 2016 450 9865
September 2016 450 9888