About Patterson Lakes
About Patterson Lakes
Is a renowned suburb with over 8,000 residents and now a sought-after location with water front living. As your Patterson Lakes real estate agents we love the area, Patterson Lakes is only 35 kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD and is a part of the City of Kingston local government. The Patterson Lakes renowned marina was formally named Whaler's Cove Marina and the community centre was founded in 1985. With plenty of history in this Suburb, it upholds a pristine image with the water views and well-dressed homes. The locals nick name the suburb “Patto”.
Patterson Lakes World of Learning is a nearby Centre offering long day care, an early learning program, before and after school care, school holiday and vacation care. When your child is then ready for Primary School, the local Primary is Patterson Lakes Primary and Secondary Colleges are available nearby including Cornish College, Patterson River Secondary College, Haileybury College and Lighthouse Christian College.
Transport and Dining
The nearest train stations for Patterson Lakes is Bonbeach, Carrum and Frankston line. The bus routes are 708 Carrum – Hampton via Southland and 857 Chelsea – Dandenong via Patterson Lakes. Uber and Taxi services are also available as a preferred method of transport. When it comes to dining, as your Patterson Lakes real estate agents we recommend Patterson Rover Country Club, the Cove Hotel, Blu Restaurant Bar and Grill. There are many more to choose from, local residents and visitors are spoilt for choice.
Parks and Recreation
As your Patterson Lakes real estate agents we love the large parkland the area has to offer, the National Water Sports Centre, based in Riverend Road in Bangholme this centre was originally developed in 1988 in preparation for the 1996 Olympic Games, in which Melbourne was unsuccessful so the Centre is now used for a variety of water sports.
Carrum Beach is also a local attraction, a safe patrolled beach.
Other local attractions include Wannarkladdin Wetlands as well as numerous parklands and walking tracks, plus the gateway to the bay and the peninsula, The Patterson Lakes River where you can always see a friendly fisherman, pelican or cruising boat.