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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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A connection to nature is an innate desire of all living creatures. Living by the sea brings a sense of calm, freedom, and wellbeing to our hectic modern lifestyles. It also brings more opportunities for children to live more active, healthy lifestyles.

200 metres from the beach, 45 minutes to the city

Pull on your sandals, head outside and you will be sunning yourself on the sand in no time. Watch the nippers practice their drills and the paddle boarders cruise by. Just don’t drop your hot chip!

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Neighbourhood connections

Edithvale General Store is right around the corner serving up everything from grocery items and gifts, indoor plants, fishing tackle, 5-star brunch, and some of the best caffeinated brews in town.

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Nestled in Melbourne's famous sandbelt region, you'll have access to the best weekends on offer - golf courses, wetlands, hiking trails, playgrounds, cafes, shopping, and a long stretch of placid clear bay.

New train station

No more waiting at a boom gate at peak hour or changing to a bus service for part of your train journey. The Victorian Government's Big Build Project has just completed a range of infrastructure upgrades in the area. Five dangerous and congested level crossings have been removed, and new train stations have been delivered in Edithvale, Chelsea and Bonbeach. Travel to and from the city by car or train just got a lot more safer, reliable and quicker.

A place to live by the sea