Langwarrin suburb real estate report

Get to know Langwarrin!

Become a true Langy Local and get to know all things Langwarrin with our handy Suburb Guide. 

Whether you already call this great place ‘home’, are looking to move into the area or are planning to invest in our family centric suburb, we have everything you need to know in our Langwarrin Suburb Guide! 

Want to know where to shop, eat and play in Langwarrin? And check out all the local Langwarrin Real Estate Market Insights? We’ve got it all covered! 

Our guide includes everything from local shopping strips, sporting clubs and local parks to local demographics, property market statistics and what we LOVE about this place!  

Simply click the link below to download your copy. 

Download our Langwarrin Suburb Guide

Here’s a few snippets from our guide so you know what to expect: 

“Langwarrin Overview” 

A vibrant and family centric community, Langwarrin lies at the gateway to the popular Mornington Peninsula and Gippsland regions, and provides easy access to a number of freeways, making it a short 45 minute trip into town (Melbourne CBD). 

Occupying approximately 28.8 square kilometres, Langwarrin is home to about 25,000 residents who are serviced by two local shopping villages and a number of smaller shopping strips. There is also a local bus route that connects Langwarrin to the two larger townships of Frankston and Cranbourne and train services. 

Spoilt by a number of public and private, primary and secondary schools, there is also child care, preschool, maternal and health care services locally, as well as a private hospital. 

Fondly known as “Leafy Langwarrin”, parklands and playgrounds are scattered around the suburb and it is home to a number of sporting and recreational clubs including football, netballcricket,tennis, soccer, martial arts, scoutsgirls guides and men’s shed to name a few. 

Some of Langwarrin’s more famous attractions include the Langwarrin Flora and Fauna ReserveElisabeth Murdoch’s gardens and the McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park

“What you need to know” 


  • Langwarrin’s Electoral Ward 
  • Rubbish Bin Collection Days 
  • Hard Rubbish Collection 
  • Animal Welfare 
  • Planning for our local council area 

“Your Local Schools” 

Our guide includes are list of: 

  • Child Care and Kindergartens 
  • Primary Schools 
  • Secondary Schools 

“Langwarrin Local Eateries” 

Check out all the dine in and takeaway options. 

“Local services” 

There’s a handy list of: 

  • Shopping Centres 
  • Local Shopping Strips 
  • Gyms 
  • Sporting Clubs 
  • Community Clubs 
  • Health and Well-being Services 
  • Independent Living are Aged Care Accommodation  

Plus enjoy a list of what to do in our great suburb and also what WE LOVE most!  

Also, we welcome your feedback, suggestions or any additions you may have for future versions! Please email 

Happy Reading!