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Great Aussie summers spent in Edithvale

Melbournians have been enjoying a dip at Edithvale since the early 1900’s. Historically a pure white sand beach, the charming spot offered calm waters, good fishing and camping grounds.

In the early 20th century, Edithvale - at that time part of Aspendale - was more of a resort town used by holiday makers and daytrippers. Over 50% of the dwellings were holiday homes. A train station on the Frankston Line connecting Edithvale to Melbourne was constructed in 1920. This opened up opportunities for the township to grow, as families saw the appeal of a seaside residence in a spectacular natural location that was connected to the city.

By mid-century, the suburb was home to a thriving surf life saving community. There was a boat club, several banks and shops in the main street, a primary school and a fire brigade.

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Morning coffee?

Join us for a six minute walk to Edithvale's favourite coffee.

Great food and coffee is just down the road

You'll love living around the corner from Edithvale General Store. Not only do they do a banging breakfast and a top-notch coffee, they also have you covered for fresh cut flowers, pantry staples, grocery items and awesome gifts.