Mordialloc is a bustling, family friendly seaside town which derives its name from an Aboriginal term meaning “near little sea.”  It was originally established as a fishing village and the town’s fishing heritage is part of Mordialloc’s unique charm. 

Boasting a long beach and pier, the Mordialloc foreshore is an immensely popular gathering spot for families and community festivals throughout the year. There is a genuine relaxed beach vibe during the day and a healthy nightlife on offer. And it’s all within a short stroll of the Mordialloc train station. Mordialloc’s Main Street is full of energy with restaurants, bars and café’s like the Mordy Supper Club and the Main Street Café. The Bay Hotel on Beach Road Mordialloc is also a local favourite. 

Mordialloc is surrounded by great schools including Mordialloc College and it’s only a short commute to Mentone Girls’ Grammar, Mentone Grammar and St Bede’s College. Mordialloc is situated next to Parkdale and is just over the bridge from beautiful Aspendale. 

With a mix of architecturally designed townhouses and beautiful residential family homes, Mordialloc is truly one of Melbourne’s best suburbs.

Mordialloc is 24 km from the CBD and it’s part of the City of Kingston. The postcode for Mordialloc is 3195.

Rockwood favourites in Mordialloc

Historical village feel, Mordialloc beach, the pier, Main Street shopping strip, Main Street Cafe, The Bay