Seaford is a rare gem amongst it’s neighbouring suburbs & is proving to be a popular location for property investors and families.
Offering a magnificent 390 acre Wetland Nature Reserve, Kananook Creek and scenic walking tracks that lead all the way to the beach, this family friendly suburb boasts a unique lifestyle where nature & ocean collide. Widely serviced by public transport and with the Eastlink & Peninsula link easily accessible, the Melbourne CBD is only a short distance away.
You will be spoiled for choice with a vast selection of restaurants and cafes, and it’s beachside location promotes a envious lifestyle. Close to all that Frankston City and the Peninsula has to offer, it is no surprise that Seaford is fast becoming ‘the place to live’!
Seaford was the site of the Karrum Karrum swamp, which was utilised for food by the Bunerong Aboriginal people. After European settlement, the swamp was drained for farming purposes (with wet areas remaining only at low lands; including Seaford and the Edithvale wetlands).
The Seaford Post Office opened on 6 March 1914
In February 2011 the Australian Football League’s St Kilda Football Club officially opened its $10.25 million training venue at Belvedere Park in Seaford.
Keast Park is a 2.5 hectare award winning public park situated at the northern end of the Seaford foreshore on Port Phillip Bay.
Seaford Wetlands is a 305 hectare nature reserve listed on the Register of the National Estate. Around 130 different species of bird life have been observed there in recent years.
Settlement of the area dates from the mid 1800s, with land used mainly for farming Growth took place in the early 1900s, with Seaford established as a seaside resort town in the 1910’s.
Main demographic in Seaford are parents and home builders (35 to 49) 3,592. Second are young workforce (25 to 34) 2,313
Fast Facts about Seaford
- Population 16,032
- Area Size 11.9 km2 (4.6 sq mi)
- Location 4 km (2 mi) from Frankston CBD
- LGA 36 km southeast of Melbourne's CBD