Pearcedale 

 

The town of Pearcedale is a small, picturesque Victorian gold mining town located at the foot of Mount Clear, in the Great Dividing Range. The town is known for its wineries and vineyards, hiking trails, and nearby waterfalls.

It is a small town situated just outside of Birchip, about 20 minutes drive north of the township of Orbost.

In the early 1900s, it was home to a small gold mining community. Nowadays, the small town is home to a handful of wineries, vineyards, and pubs. Birchip Creek runs through the town and offers stunning views of Mount Clear.

The village of Pearcdale is located 58 kilometres south east of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It was established in 1853 and is named after Pearcdale, a village in England. Today, it is home to about 1,900 people. The village is home to the Pearcdale Primary School, the Pearcdale Cricket Club, the Pearcdale Football Club and Pearcdale Bowls Club, a tennis/sports club, and a general store.

The township of Pearcedale in East Gippsland is a small town with approximately 3,000 residents. Pearcedale has 3 schools, a fire station, an IGA supermarket, and a pub, which is a popular meeting place for locals, and it is also popular with tourists who enjoy the famous Gippsland Lakes and the many outdoor activities the area offers. Pearcedale is also popular with retirees who enjoy the comfortable, rural lifestyle, and there is also a significant migrant population, adding to the cultural diversity of the township.

Located close to Melbourne, the suburb of Pearcedale is an attractive destination for home buyers. With a variety of affordable properties available, buyers looking for an affordable home in this area are sure to find something they like.

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Pearcedale is a newer suburb, with a more established community centre and shopping centre. The west side of Pearcedale also has a great mix of blocks, ensuring a good variety of home styles.

The suburb of Pearcedale, Victoria, is a combination of residential and retail properties. Pearcedale is 15 kilometres from the Melbourne CBD and is surrounded by residential housing, shopping centers, industrial areas, and parks. The suburbs main road is Old Geelong Road, which is a main link into Geelong and other major suburbs, Geelong West, Geelong Central, Waurn Ponds, and Belmont.

The suburb of Pearcedale is located in the Shire of Mornington Peninsula, and is a mixture of residential and rural areas. It is the home of country music festivals, and is fast becoming a hotspot for both tourists and homebuyers who are attracted to the area for its natural beauty and laid-back atmosphere.