Olivers Hill, Frankston is an inner north-eastern suburb of Melbourne. It is located 8 kilometres east of the Melbourne Central Business District and 4 kilometres west of Frankston. The name Olivers Hill, was given to an area of Frankston by the Victorian Railways in 1867, after Oliver Hill, a FE Smith Railways executive on the construction of the first railway from Melbourne to Frankston.Olivers Hill was largely an agricultural area. Olivers Hill Road, an arterial road, runs through the centre of Olivers Hill.
Olivers Hill is a suburb on the outer fringes of Frankston, Victoria. The suburb can be separated into three distinct areas: the south-east, the north-west, and the central-north. The southeast is a residential area containing a mix of single and double storey homes. To the east, the suburb sits on a ridgeline with views to the Mornington Peninsula and Port Phillip Bay. A number of private estates are also located in the southeast. In the north-west, Olivers Hill contains a number of large, modern apartment complexes, while the central-north contains a mix of older estates and newer housing.
Olivers Hill is a residential aged care village in Frankston, Victoria, Australia. It offers resort-style facilities along with personalised care and support for its residents. Located in the village of Frankston, Olivers Hill is accessible by train and is only a short drive from Melbourne. The village offers a range of accommodation options from single rooms to residential villas. All accommodation has private bathrooms and kitchenettes. Residents have access to all facilities including dining and lounges. Olivers Hill offers a range of therapy activities including music, art and cultural activities. There is also an emphasis on physical health and well-being.
Olivers Hill is the small town south east of Frankston. Located in Frankston’s rural zone, Olivers Hill’s population is made up of around 1,200 people. With an elevation of 225 meters, Olivers Hill is one of the highest points in the whole Frankston area. Olivers Hill is also home to the Frankston South Primary School, built in 1876.
Olivers Hill is a residential and outpatient treatment program for alcohol and drug addiction in Frankston, Victoria. The facility offers treatment for youth as well as adults, offering inpatient detoxification, residential and outpatient treatment, and aftercare. Clients and families can find free helplines to call with questions about addiction and treatment, including the Casey Helpline, the Lifeline Youth Line, and Lifeline for Families.