|Area||3.1 km2 (1.2 sq mi)|
|Location||17 km (11 mi) from Melbourne|
|LGA(s)||City of Monash|
|State electorate(s)||Oakleigh, Burwood|
Chadstone is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Its local government area is the City of Monash. Landmarks include the Waverley Basketball Centre, Jordanville Community Centre and the Matthew Flinders Hotel. Scotchmans Creek runs along Chadstone's southern boundary, the Glen Waverley railway line along the northern boundary, and the east boundary of the Chadstone suburb is Huntingdale Road. The Monash Freeway runs through the suburb. At the 2011 Census, Chadstone had a population of 7,821.
Many of the houses in the Chadstone area were built in the postwar period using prefabricated concrete produced at the current site of the Holmesglen TAFE. The houses tend to be quite small, with two to three bedrooms and large blocks. It is relatively common for houses to be demolished and larger houses built to take advantage of the block size.
Chadstone Post Office opened on 8 April 1957 and Chadstone Centre Post Office opened on 3 October 1960. The Chadstone office closed in 1998.
Chadstone is a small suburb, with parts previously known as Chadstone being rezoned to be incorporated into Malvern East (including the shopping centre). The current Chadstone locality incorporates an area formerly known as Jordanville (even though Jordanville Station is technically in Mount Waverley).
Chadstone was home to Jordanville South Primary School which closed down at the end of the school year in 1993. It was also home to Chadstone High School (now closed), and the Waverley Road Campus of Mount Waverley Secondary College (this campus was previously Waverley High School) which closed down in 1996. The Chadstone Campus of the Australian Catholic University closed down in 1993 and has been bought by Chadstone Shopping Centre to expand. There are two schools in Chadstone, both of which are Roman Catholic Independent schools. They are Salesian College and St Mary Magdalen's Primary School.