Langwarrin South 

 

Located in the south-east region of Melbourne, Langwarrin South is a suburb that’s quickly growing and evolving. In fact, according to the 2016 census, Langwarrin South’s population has increased by 5 percent since 2011 and is projected to grow by 3 percent over the next four years. Testament to that growth, Langwarrin South has seen the construction of several new residential complexes, including The Craigie in Langwarrin South and The Hampton, a 152-unit apartment complex in Langwarrin South.

Langwarrin South is a small suburb situated roughly 20 kilometres outside of Melbourne’s CBD. Langwarrin South is known for its quiet streets, leafy outlooks, and its proximity to Frankston, a popular suburb in its own right. Langwarrin South enjoys excellent public transport options, as Frankston Station is located just a few kilometres away, which provides access to Melbourne’s CBD in around 40 minutes. Langwarrin South is also home to a number of shopping centres, including Langwarrin Plaza Shopping Centre, Langwarrin Community Shopping Centre and Frankston Plaza Shopping Centre.

Langwarrin South, has 1,938 properties for rent, including 1,931 one-bedroom houses and 1 townhouse within the city of Frankston. Rents range from $290 to $3.90 per square meter a month, with most houses renting for $340 to $360 a month. Rents in South Langwarrin are significantly higher than the average rent in Frankston, which is $282.

Langwarrin South is a suburb of Frankston in Melbourne’s south-eastern region. In 2015, the area’s population was 8,209, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics data. Langwarrin South is 22 kilometres south-east of the Melbourne CBD, and is accessible by public transport. The suburb can be accessed from the Frankston line of the Frankston line, which travels through the suburb’s eastern side.

Langwarrin South is a suburb located approximately 16km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district. Named after a town in Queensland, Langwarrin South is known for its large array of shops, homes, and businesses, as well as for its close proximity to the picturesque Mornington Peninsula. Langwarrin South is home to three primary schools, two secondary schools, a child care centre, a police station, a post office, a library, and a train station.

Langwarrin South is a large suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Langwarrin South is located in the Frankston City Council local government area, approximately 37 km south-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District. Langwarrin South is a large residential suburb, with a population density of 6,100 persons per square kilometre. Langwarrin South is the 21st largest suburb in Melbourne.

Langwarrin South is situated between Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula. It’s perfect for anyone looking to live close to nature and close to the city. Langwarrin South is a residential suburb, with a mixture of flats, single and two storey houses, townhouses and some acreage homes. It’s made up of predominantly low to middle income earners.
Langwarrin South has a wide range of sports and recreation facilities, including tennis, basketball, swimming, walking tracks, and happily one of the larger soccer stadiums in the Frankston area.

Langwarrin South is a small town located about 30km southeast of Melbourne. The town is popular for its close proximity to Frankston, which has become a popular suburb in Greater Melbourne, as well as Langwarrin South’s proximity to Cheltenham. Like many suburban areas, Langwarrin South is popular with younger families and retirees, with house prices being relatively affordable. Many people come to Langwarrin South for excellent schools, like the Frankston Primary School, Langwarrin South Primary School, and Langwarrin South Secondary College.