Caulfield is one of the suburbs of Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria. The suburb is located 12km south-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District. The place is well-known for the Caulfield Racecourse and the campus of Monash University.

Population and Postcode

The estimated population in Caulfield as of 2011 census was 5,160 and the post code of this region is 3162.

Suburbs around Caulfield

Apart from this, the land area of Caulfield covers only 1.5km2 and the suburbs which are surrounded by Caulfield are Caulfield North, Elsternwick to the west, Cauldfield South, Glen Huntly to the south-east and Caulfield to the east.

Climate conditions in Caulfield

Since the suburb is nearer to Melbourne, the climate conditions are more or less similar to it. Interestingly, the suburb changes its weather often in a single day. In addition to this, there is a warm and dry region to the northwest and snow areas to the north west of the suburb. However, the suburb gets abundant rainfall from June to September followed by hot weather in the months from December to January. The best time to visit this beautiful suburb is in the month between March and May.

Tourist attractions in Caulfield

Caulfield has some beautiful tourist spots and heritage sites such as Labassa, Caulfield Park, Federation Square, Eureka Skydeck 88, National sports museum, Luna Park Melbourne etc.