Growth Area to Look at : Frankston

If you’re in the market for a place that can provide you a great lifestyle beside the beach, moving to Frankston just might be for you.

frankston beach

Residing just above the Mornington Peninsula, Frankston serves as a historic location for the city of Melbourne. As the decades followed since its early inception as a unofficial fishing village, the town of Frankston has undergone significant changes and growth. With the recent renovations to the railway network, and the upcoming development of new parks and facilities, new homeowners will love the what Frankston has on offer.


frankston education

With over a dozen of primary schools nearby, Frankston offers a variety of education centres for young families looking to make the move. In addition to early education, secondary colleges and child care centres also occupy the region, providing a fantastic lifestyle investment to those looking to make a permanent stay.

Community Events

As well as providing a convenient route to the beach, Frankston also offers a variety of local produce through their markets. Typically open every Sunday, residents can either open shop or purchase some goods within this town’s iconic spot.

frankston sand

Though if you’re after something more, locals can take part in one of the many major events scattered throughout the year. From film festivals, family picnics, sand sculpting and food truck events, Frankston has always something to offer.

Commute and Public Transport

frankston commute

When investing in a new home, one of the most important factors to note is just how long it will take to travel to work. For those who are working in Melbourne, Frankston is just an hours drive away from the city.

However, if you’re looking at public transportation, a direct line to the CBD is also provided. Being one of the most southernmost suburbs in Victoria, travel time is can take a little over an hour.


frankston Bayside

When locals aren’t shopping in the market, Bayside Shopping Centre is there to provide residents with a variety of different department stores all year round. Set as a three storey multilinked mall, Bayside Shopping Centre is the go-to place for locals looking to delve into either retail therapy, or entertain themselves with the latest blockbuster cinematic release at Hoyts.

Outside the shopping centre, Frankston also features a main shopping district. Located in Wells Street, the district offers a number of boutiques and independent retailers that locals can enjoy.

Frankston not your thing, maybe you will find it in Cranbourne?

Jason English


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