ROSEBUD SUBURB PROFILE
From early beginnings as a quiet coastal hamlet, to a modern-day mecca for beach lovers, this Rosebud suburb profile can help you learn more. From boating enthusiasts to foreshore campers, Rosebud has transformed into a thriving Peninsula hub.
This magnet for holiday-makers and relaxed lifestyle seekers was named after a shipwreck in 1855 and is now home to more than 8000 dwellings – much has happened in the Rosebud real estate market, and continues to do so!
Activities in Rosebud
From off-leash dog parks and quality schools to relaxed reserves and sporting facilities galore, Rosebud really does have it all.
With three caravan parks, six supermarkets, glorious sandy beaches and shallow waters that draw families from afar for safe seaside holidays, it’s little surprise this town has become a firm family favourite.
Six dog parks give our furry friends something to salivate over – Woodvale Reserve Rosebud, Lawson Park Rosebud, Murrowong Reserve Rosebud, Shire Offices Reserve in Rosebud, Vern
Wright Reserve Rosebud West and Truemans Road Reserve in Rosebud West.
Sports fans are spoilt for choice with a sailing club, a football club, a netball club, a basketball club, a softball club, a baseball club, two tennis clubs and two golf courses.
SCHOOLS IN ROSEBUD
Five schools affirm the family-friendly appeal, including:
- Rosebud Primary School
- Rosebud Secondary College
- Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Primary School
- Padua College
- Eastbourne Primary School.
Rosebud is bordered by the beachside suburbs of McCrae to the north and Capel Sound to the south.
It’s a short drive to the freeway, an easy commute to Melbourne (just over 1 hour) and perfectly placed for sojourns south to award-winning wineries and restaurants, surf beaches, the acclaimed Peninsula Hot Springs and much more.
If you are thinking of dipping your toes in Rosebud’s real estate market, or if you are looking for a Real Estate Agents in Rosebud, call Granger Estate Agents for a free appraisal.