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Welcome to Beaconsfield, Vic. 3807 AUSTRALIA.

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Welcome to Beaconsfield 3807 Victoria. Australia

Beaconsfield township is located 46km south-east of Melbourne CBD on the Old Princes Hwy, a suburb on Melbourne's fringe south-east. The main street shopping strip and light industry are on the Princes Hwy, there are 2 schools, Beaconsfield Primary and St Francis Xavier College, some nice parks and recreation areas, Central Hotel, C.F.A Fire Station, Ambulance Service, Railway Station, Post Office, Beaconsfield Community Complex, and many retail shops, fine restaurants and take away food outlets. This site contains information and contact details for local businesses and community organisation in Community Directory. Contact details for Councils and Government representative for our area inCouncil information. BPA has information about the Beaconsfield Progress Association including agenda's and minutes. Information about our local newsletter with advertising rates and contact details in Beaconsfield Banner. The 'location' has a map to help you find your way around Beaconsfield. In Parks and Recreation" pictures and information about Beaconsfield parks and recreation.

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Beaconsfield Progress Assoc. Meetings held 3rd Tuesday of each month,
Beaconsfield Community Complex, O'Neil Road, starting at 7.30pm  
 
Current agenda

 

 

Bulk-Buy Energy Purchasing Scheme :  For electricity & gas

For direct online access to Power Group Purchasing
www.powergrouppurchasing.com/bpa
 

 

The Cardinia Shire Council along with consultation of community groups is currently working on the Beaconsfield Structure Plan, for further information and updates please see Council's website, there is an online survey available that will assist Council in identifying some current issues, opportunities and constraints within Beaconsfield