Live Here

Moorabbin Junction is a slice of inner city life at a fraction of the price. From the arts, theatre, major events and markets to multicultural cuisine, artisan storesparks and more, there’s always something on in Moorabbin Junction.  New apartment complexes have been approved in Moorabbin Junction that will offer a modern lifestyle within walking distance of the train station.


11 Central Avenue

11 Central Avenue is a boutique apartment building consisting of 45 2 bedroom apartments, located in the heart of Moorabbin Junction on Central Avenue. Developed by local builder Steller, with a display suite located on site at 11 Central Avenue, Moorabbin Junction.

April 2016 Update:

Works are progressing on the seven storey development at 11 Central Avenue Moorabbin. The project is currently in fit-out stage and due for completion around June 2016.  The development includes 45 two-bedroom apartments plus space for a café and retail store. As part of the project, the footpath and adjacent laneway will also be restored in accordance with Council specifications.


Bayside Tower

Bayside Tower is a contemporary apartment building, located on Station Street directly opposite the Moorabbin Train Station. Designed by Ellenberg Fraser architects and developed by Milbex, this development is one of the first opportunities to live in Moorabbin Junction.



17 Taylor Street

Plans for a new seven-storey development at 17 Taylor Street have been approved.  The $8.5million project features a roof terrace 32 apartments, a large retail store at ground level plus laneway artwork.


Local Real Estate Agents

Residential real estate agents located in Moorabbin Junction include:

Amity Property

Ray White Moorabbin

Buxton Real Estate

Malcolms Real Estate

Escrow Real Estate


Well Located

Moorabbin Junction is a transport hub and has easy links to much of south and south-east metropolitan Melbourne.

It is just 16km from the CBD or a 23 minute train trip along the Frankston line.

Bus connections link to Dandenong, Keysborough, Mentone and Brighton and facilities such as Monash University and Southland. Check the PTV website for more details on bus routes.

If you enjoy cycling, Brighton Beach is a 15-minute bike ride away. Or if you prefer to drive, the Nepean Highway or Dingley Bypass will get you where you need to go quickly.