Suburb Profile

Black Rock

Just a short drive south of Sandringham is Black Rock, which keeps with the relaxed and tranquil seaside vibe of its surrounding bayside neighbors. This picturesque suburb is home to Half Moon Bay, which is one of Melbourne’s most popular yachting sites and is the location of the HMVS Cerebrus, a sunken wreck of Australia's first ironclad warship and a true icon of the suburb. The Black Rock Shopping Village at the start of Balcombe Road is your destination organic groceries, freshly baked bread,…

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Brighton

One of Melbourne’s most highly sought-after bayside suburbs, the affluent Brighton is a family-oriented area offering a vibrant mix of renowned schools, excellent shopping, a lively café culture, and of course, its close proximity to the beach. Littered with a stunning combination of grand period homes and luxurious contemporary residences, families and empty nesters flock to this picturesque south-west suburb. Church Street has a reputation of offering boutique shopping and relaxed alfresco eateries…

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Brighton East

Known for its spacious and picturesque parklands and its welcoming family-friendly atmosphere, Brighton East neighbours the wealthy Brighton and has easy access to all its fantastic amenities and attractions, while still having an identity all its own. Dendy Park is the showcase of Brighton East, one of Victoria’s biggest outdoor recreation areas with ovals, play equipment for the kids, cricket nets, and is a great off-leash dog park to let your pooch run free. Hurlingham Park and Landcox Park…

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Elwood

Barely a 15-minute drive into the city, and with its close proximity to the beach and nearby St Kilda, Elwood truly is the best of both worlds. Elwood has come a long way from its original form as swampland, and is now a thriving beachside suburb which has quite a youthful vibe, while still being an attractive area for families with its charming Edwardian and Victorian residences and leafy tree-lined streets. Elwood Village on Ormond Road is the heartbeat of the suburb, with people congregating at…

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Hampton

Bordered by Brighton and Brighton East to the north, Hampton East and Moorabbin to the east, and Sandringham to the south, Hampton stays consistent with its neighbouring bayside suburbs and delivers a fabulous blend of amazing restaurants and cafes, recreation reserves, primary and secondary schools, and public transport. The fantastic Hampton Street is the bustling heart of the area with its wealth of cafes, restaurants and take away outlets, delis, supermarkets, and everything in between, while…

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Melbourne

Melbourne is the largest business, as well as residential area, in the municipality. The central city is Melbourne’s business and financial centre. It encompasses the central city grid, plus the area between Victoria and Latrobe streets. The central city is home to retail, financial, legal, administrative, recreational, tourist and entertainment facilities and operates 24 hours a day, serving a wide variety of residents, workers and visitors. The over-supply of office space in the central…

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Sandringham

Whether you’re in the mood for laying on the beach, going for a walk or bike ride on the foreshore, or sitting back with a coffee while you breathe in the sea air, Sandringham truly delivers the best of Bayside. Located 16 kilometres south-east of Melbourne’s CBD, this suburb is popular for buyers of all types, from small and growing families, young professionals, and retirees who want to enjoy their golden years soaking in the sun and serene coastal vibe. Sandringham Village, which starts at…

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