The gateway between Frankston and Mount Eliza. As you drive through Frankston towards the Mornington Peninsula you will marvel at the coast line dotted with fishing boats, the newly refurbished pier, cafes and restaurants – such a breathtaking view with Olivers Hill land marking the start of a very prestigious suburb.
Frankston South begins at the bottom of Olivers Hill and continues to Humphries Road. It covers approximately 14.8skm (please see map) and has a population of around 18,000. It is the home to the most expensive residential real estate in the City of Frankston mainly due to its hilly terrain which allows for views of Port Phillip Bay, tree-lined streets, properties built on the edge of Sweetwater Creek Nature Reserve (which is located in the centre of the locality), and large land sub-divisions in the locality’s far south.
Frankston South is 43km south-east of Melbourne and, with the East Link, is very accessible to Melbourne’s theatres, restaurants, hotels and the airport.
This lovely suburb boasts a vast range of living styles – units and town houses, family homes near sought after schools, modern or vintage, right up to properties on large lots in bushy settings to mansions on the cliff’s side.