Croydon South, Victoria
|Population||4,572 (2016 census)|
|• Density||2,180/km2 (5,640/sq mi)|
|Area||2.1 km2 (0.8 sq mi)|
|Location||27 km (17 mi) from Melbourne|
|LGA(s)||City of Maroondah|
Croydon South is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 27 km east of Melbourne's Central Business District. Its local government area is the City of Maroondah. At the 2016 Census, Croydon South had a population of 4,572.
Croydon South has a small shopping strip, on the corner of Eastfield and Bayswater Roads, incorporating over 20 retail outlets and a post office. It is close to the foothills of Mount Dandenong and the Dandenong Ranges.
Croydon South Post Office opened on 1 February 1961 as the suburb was developed.
Croydon South has a medical centre located in the Merrindale Shopping Centre. Croydon South is also located 2.5 km from Maroondah Hospital.
The suburb has an Australian Rules football team, the South Croydon Bulldogs, who became the 2017 Division One premiers in the Eastern Football League. Croydon South has two cricket teams; South Croydon, based at Cheong Park and Eastfield, based at Benson Oval. Both the teams compete in the Ringwood District Cricket Association (RDCA). The South Croydon Youth Club (S.C.Y.C) Scorpions basketball club is also based at Cheong Park, offering basketball to local youth, age 6 to 18. There is also a netball team, SCYC Flames Inc Netball Club, which competes in the Lilydale-Yarra Valley Netball Association. Eastfield Park is also home to the Mountain District Horse and Pony Club, which is the oldest pony club in Victoria and now Australia. It was established in 1944 at Cheong Park and re-established at Eastfield Park in 1975. 
Tinternvale Primary School is located on Tintern Avenue, Ringwood East, and is on the border of Croydon South, Bayswater North and Ringwood East. It was established in 1976, and as of 2017, there were 330 enrolments of which 9% were non-native English speakers.
Croydon South Primary School was built in 1967, and was located on Belmont Road West, Croydon South. In July 2008, it was proposed that Croydon South Primary School and Tinternvale Primary School merge and be located on the site of Tinternvale, due to falling enrolments at Croydon South. The merger occurred at the start of the 2009 school year. The Education Department agreed to a large increase in funding for the merger at the Tinternvale site and to bring the newly merged school into line with current standards. Following the merger, Tinternvale Primary School had around 410 students.
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At the beginning of 2009 Tinternvale Primary School will be merging with Croydon South Primary School
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