PRESTIGE, BEAUTY, CULTURE AND COASTLINE. 

Brighton, just 16 minutes from the city centre, embodies the remarkable social and natural assets for which Melbourne is celebrated.

Steeped in history, adorned with bayside beauty and favoured by the wealthy and discerning, this high performing suburb is home to Melbourne’s ‘golden mile’ in property terms as well as the city’s most expensive street. Impressive yet understated, Brighton offers an extraordinary collection of homes, streetscapes, boutique stores and providores, glorious parks and coastal trails.

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Located fifteen minutes from the CBD with the beach at your doorstep,
Brighton offers lifestyle and amenity like no other.
With elegant streets leading directly to the waterfront, Brighton’s
beautiful landscape is naturally coveted.
Brighton’s distinctive history, a favourite seaside destination since the
late nineteenth century, contributes to its unique character and assets.
A lifestyle characterised by diversity is on offer at esplanade brighton
where the renowned Australian beach culture can be enjoyed just a
short distance from the Melbourne CBD.
With two major stretches of beach on either side of esplanade brighton
and parkland directly in front, few other addresses offer landscape
Alfresco dining, intimate local pubs and a mixture
of ethnic eateries can all be found in church street.
In Brighton you can browse major brands in fashion
and homewares side by side with independent local retailers.
Brighton is a well known home to fine education, with a mixture of junior
and senior schools in the area offering recognised academic excellence.
A purpose-built bike path begins near Brighton and is easily accessed
from Brighton Beach Railway Station. it snakes along a 27 kilometres
route, reaching all the way past Beaumaris to Carrum.
All kinds of sports grounds and facilities are located close to esplanade
Brighton and a number of golf clubs can be found nearby.
Schools such as Brighton grammar, star of the sea, Brighton Secondary
College, Firbank Girls’ Grammar School, Haileybury, St Leonard’s College
and Xavier all have campuses nearby.