Living In Seaford VIC
Seaford is a suburb on the eastern shore of Port Phillip Bay, 34 kilometers (20 miles) north of Frankston and 37 kilometers south-east of Melbourne. In the 1910s, Seaford grew from a scattering of homes outside the city limits of Frankston. The name Seaford was used for the new railway station that opened in 1913.
Seaford’s coastline comprises a beach, a foreshore reserve, the Nepean Highway and, about 200 metres from the water’s edge, the Kananook Creek running parallel. The creek flows into the bay at Frankston and has its headwaters in the remnant Carrum Swamp north of Seaford.
Seaford also has a linear reserve along Kananook Creek, public reserves near the railway station, a small shopping centre and a pier (also near the station), a supermarket, four State primary schools, a Catholic primary school and the Patterson River secondary college.
Living in Seaford VIC
Seaford is a great place for young families looking to settle down and establish themselves in a peaceful seaside location while still pursuing their profession. Seaford beach has soft sand, brilliant water, and plenty of swimming and fishing possibilities. There is also an excellent variety of popular local cafés.
The Seaford beachfront is over five kilometers long, and it has smooth sand and transparent seas that make it ideal for swimming and other beach activities. The Seaford Beach is one of the state’s cleanest beaches. The Seaford Pier is a popular location for fishing or swimming in the area’s calm seas. The nearby park reserves and creeks feature popular walking and canoeing pathways with easy access to natural flora and fauna.