Langwarrin 

 

Langwarrin, which is 20km south of Melbourne, is a bustling suburb which is home to the Frankston campus of Monash University. Langwarrin Village is at the heart of Langwarrin, and offers an array of amenities and facilities, including a post office, supermarket, medical centre and dispensary. With a population of more than 10,000, the Langwarrin Village shopping area sees up to 30,000 visitors per week. It is near the city of Frankston, from here, it is only a short drive to Frankston, a popular seaside suburb that is only 35 minutes from Melbourne CBD.

Langwarrin is a small country town nestled on the Mornington Peninsula, just thirty minutes from Melbourne. It is best known as the location of Frankston RAAF Base, which is Australia’s largest military airfield. Langwarrin has a population of just over 3,500 people and is home to several golf courses, restaurants, and a shopping strip.

The Langwarrin Frankston High School, originally known as Langwarrin Secondary College, is a joint secondary college located in Langwarrin (in the City of Frankston, Victoria, Australia) and which caters for students from Years 7 to 12.

Langwarrin, Frankston is a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, located 13 km south-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District. Langwarrin is part of the Cities of Service region. At the 2016 Census, Langwarrin had a population of 6,044.

Langwarrin is a suburb south of the Melbourne CBD, on the east coast of Victoria. The suburb has many beautiful homes, and it is popular for retirees. The Frankston train line runs down the side of Langwarrin, and there are bus stops for Frankston, Baxter, Carrum Downs, and Cranbourne. Langwarrin has three shopping centres, Langwarrin Plaza, Frankston Central, and Frankston South. Langwarrin has two main parks: Langwarrin Park, and Frankston South Park. Langwarrin also has a large recreation centre called Langwarrin Leisure Centre, and a sports complex called Langwarrin Sports Complex.

Langwarrin, Frankston is a small town that is located approximately 27 miles south of Melbourne, Victoria and is within the local government area of Frankston City. It is bordered by Cranbourne, Frankston and Edithvale. Langwarrin has a population of approximately 5,280 people. Langwarrin is a mainly residential area with a large mix of housing styles, including modern apartments, townhouses and terraces, older single level homes, family dwellings, as well as older style homes and houses.

A genuine country lifestyle awaits you at Langwarrin, Frankston, a 40-hectare farm just minutes from Melbourne’s CBD. If you’re searching for a relaxed, quiet and peaceful lifestyle, this beautiful property is the perfect match. Nestled on the picturesque Mornington Peninsula, Langwarrin, Frankston is a not-for-profit community organisation that offers residents the opportunity to enjoy all the benefits of the country, while being close to the city.