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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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