Langwarrin is perhaps most famous for Cruden Farm, the home of the late Elisabeth Murdoch, mother of Rupert Murdoch. Much like Cruden Farm, Langwarrin is something of a garden and park community. The Langwarrin Flora and Fauna Reserve has an enormous network of walking trails throughout and it’s a beautiful spot for a family walk or adventure.
Langwarrin retains a town and country village charm, with many large residential and agricultural properties and many homes built to take in the beautiful surroundings. When you’re in Langwarrin, you’ll find yourself breathing in the clean air, listening to the birds chirping and enjoying the surrounding nature.
Langwarrin is the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula and with easy access to the freeway, some of Victoria’s great wineries and restaurants are only a short drive away. Langwarrin is also conveniently located for beach access with Long Island, Seaford and Frankston beaches only a brief journey in the car. Langwarrin has multiple shopping centres and great café’s and casual dining venues like Ducky Brown and Beretta’s.
Langwarrin is surrounded by great schools including Woodlands Primary, Langwarrin Primary and Elisabeth Murdoch college. Langwarrin Football and Netball clubs sit in the heart of the suburb near the Langwarrin Skate Park which is frequented by young locals. Frankston and Langwarrin Private hospitals are in close proximity.
With a mix of beautiful family homes, parkland and acreage properties, Langwarrin is truly one of Melbourne’s best family suburbs.
Langwarrin is 42 km from the CBD and it’s part of the City of Frankston. The postcode for Langwarrin is 3910.
Rockwood favourites in Langwarrin
Flora and Fauna reserve, Cruden Farm, the town and country vibe, Ducky Brown at The Gateway Shopping Mall