|Area:||5.6 km (2.2 sq mi)|
|Local Government Area:||City of Casey|
|State District:||Narre Warren South|
Cranbourne North is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 40 km south-east from Melbourne's central business district. Its Local Government Area is the City of Casey. At the 2006 Census, Cranbourne North had a population of 9708.
Merinda Park railway station is located within the suburb's boundaries. The station is located on the Cranbourne railway line. Merinda Park Railway Station was opened in March 1995, upon completion of the electrification of the line between South Gippsland Highway and the junction with the Pakenham railway line at Dandenong South.
Vic Roads has completed duplication of Thompsons Road between Lesdon Avenue and Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road, which runs the length of the suburb.
Thompson Parkway shopping centre is located on the corner of Thompsons Road and South Gippsland Highway. It was opened in March 1994, and contains a Safeway/Woolworths store, Chemist, Flakey Jakes Fish and Chip Shop, Video Ezy, and a number of other specialty shops. Cranbourne North Post Office opened here on 21 March 1994.
The Cranbourne Homemaker Centre is located just outside the formal boundary of the suburb, which includes Bunnings Warehouse, Harvey Norman, Office Works, The Good Guys, JB Hi-Fi, Beacon Lighting, Autobarn, Red Rooster, Hungry Jacks and more
The Cranbourne Golf Club is located on South Gippsland Highway.
More recently Construction has commenced on the opposite side of Narre Warren - Cranbourne Road on further subdivisions. These include the 'Sierra', 'Eve' and 'The Avenue at Casey' estates. The latter skirts the Melbourne Urban Growth Boundary. Glasscocks Road is currently under construction and will run East-West from Dandenong Valley Highway to Berwick - Cranbourne Road when completed.
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