Area Specialist Pty Ltd

About Chelsea Heights

About Chelsea Heights

Well known for its friendly community and sporting facilities, a small community with approximately 5,500 people, the community centre first opened in 1986 and still today is providing activities, support and care for local residents. Area Specialist agents are regularly involved with sponsoring community events in the community.

Childcare has been offered at the local community Centre since 1990 and still today provides occasional childcare services for children aged 0-5years on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Chelsea Heights Kindergarten provides kinder programs for ages both three and four, in preparation for primary school.
As your Chelsea Heights real estate agents we recommend Chelsea Heights Primary School, located on Thames Promenade which works co inside with Area Specialist for community events and is a school that is well known in the area, providing public schooling for prep to grade 6.

Transport, Shopping and Dining
Metropolitan buses are regularly available in the Chelsea Heights area with numerous stops. Bus routes for the area are, 857 – Chelsea – Dandenong via Patterson Lakes. Uber and Taxi services are also available for those who prefer this transport method. Being a small community, when shopping and dining are needed, local businesses are in surrounding streets including an independent grocers and other convenient shops. If you are after fast food, they are just around the corner; Subway, Pizza, McDonalds, KFC or as your Chelsea Heights real estate agents we like to dine in at the Chelsea Heights Hotel, where you can also find regular entertainment.

Parks and Recreation
As your Chelsea Heights real estate agents we have found that recreation is a large part of the Chelsea Heights Community and caters for all ages.
The Community Centre hosts a range of activities from art classes, dance and karate, the Chelsea Heights Football and Netball Club is a dominate team for the area as well as the Tennis Club, which originally formed in 1934 and then relocated to its current location back in 1974.
Both the local and those visiting the area also have access to the bayside trail bicycle track, which begins in Seaford and continues north for approximately 43 km to Port Melbourne.