Cheltenham is one of the suburbs in Melbourne, Victoria’s capital city. The suburb is located 19 kilometers southeast of the Melbourne’s Central Business District.
The City of Kingston Library Service is located at 12 Stanley Avenue, Cheltenham.
The estimated population in Cheltenham as of the 2011 census was 20,292, and the postcode of this region is 3192.
Apart from this, the land area of this region covers around 10 km2 and the suburbs, which are surrounded by Cheltanham are Highett, Sandringham to the west, Black rock, Beaumauris to the south, Moorabbin, Heatherton to the east and Mentone to the south west.
Cheltenham has two types of transportation system, which include railways and bus way. The trains are operated in Cheltenham railway station, lies on the Frankston line. Bus routes are also serviced the suburb, predominantly covering the large Westfield Shopping centre complex.
Cheltenham includes a number of religious organizations and places of worship, such as Anglican, pentecostal/Charismatic Christian churches, Uniting, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic and Church of Christ.
Cheltenham encompasses five primary schools and a secondary school. The Community of Cheltenham offers English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, courses, childcare services and seminars.