Indigenous artefacts returned to Seaford
More than 200 potential artefacts, some of which were more than 10,000 years old, have been uncovered in Seaford over the past two years.
Making Armstrongs Road intersection safer
Work to make the intersection of Armstrongs Road and Railway Parade in Seaford safer for motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists started last week.
Full steam ahead on the Frankston line
The Frankston line received a boost this May, with the opening of the new Kananook Train Storage Facility in Seaford.
Seaford community celebration
The sun was shining on Seaford last weekend to help celebrate the opening of the area’s new playground and community open space in RF Miles Reserve.
First stage of new Seaford shared use path opens
The first stage of Seaford’s new shared use path is now open between Seaford Road and Kananook Station.
Historical photos of Kingston wanted
We want to see your ‘back-in-the-day’ shots of shopping strips, train stations, beaches, and fashionable locals in the suburbs from Cheltenham to Carrum.
A cultural transformation taking place at Seaford Road
Six local Indigenous artists have started to transform the area under the new Seaford Road rail bridge.
Banksias taking root in Seaford
Locals gave our gardeners a helping hand at the weekend to dig into the first stage of major planting as part of Seaford’s $10 million revitalisation.
Seaford ready for revitalisation
Seaford is set to be a more connected and leafy seaside suburb with the final designs for the $10 million revitalisation of Seaford announced today.
Seaford Road level crossing gone in time for grand final weekend
Seaford footy fans heading to the MCG won’t have to wait at the Seaford Road level crossing as the road reopens to traffic in time for Grand Final weekend.
Seaford Road boom gates gone for good
Road and rail users will never again have to endure the dreaded sound of Seaford Road’s level crossing bells as major works continue along the Frankston line.
Seaford Road blitz underway
This morning we kicked off a major construction blitz at Seaford Road with the first four of 16 bridge beams lifted into place.
Three more level crossings to be removed in construction blitz
Three more level crossings in Essendon, Seaford and Dandenong South will be removed in major construction blitzes that will be underway in August.
Thanks for your feedback on the Seaford revitalisation
The final round of community consultation on the Seaford revitalisation is now closed.
Thanks for your patience, folks
Despite a chilly and wet morning, the boys and girls of the troop happily plunged their hands into buckets of cold water at the Seaford Road Level Crossing Removal Project's car wash recently.
Get involved in the Seaford revitalisation
The revitalisation will include six kilometres of new walking and cycling path from Eel Race Road through Seaford and on to Frankston, upgrades to R F Miles Reserve and streetscaping and landscaping.
Outlook good for social enterprise
Outlook social enterprise promotes inclusion by bringing dignity, empowerment and choice to workers.
Keeping residents in Carrum and Seaford informed
A full house of more than 50 residents visited Patterson River Secondary College in May to learn more about the Seaford and Carrum level crossing removal projects.
Frankston line construction blitz starts
The decades old Frankston Station has been demolished, marking the start of a winter construction blitz on the Frankston line.
Seaford Road project works during May
Works are well underway in preparation for the removal of the Seaford Road level crossing. We’ve been busy during March and April preparing the site for construction, with more to come during May.
Arborists abound at Seaford
Environmental advisers, ecologists and arborists have recently been in Seaford, looking at how best to manage the level crossing removal site.
Removing Frankston Line Level Crossings
Works will start in Carrum and Seaford in early 2018, with our construction partners announced today.
Level crossings at Bonbeach, Edithvale and Seaford to go
After comprehensive planning, engineering and design work by technical experts, and extensive consultation, three more level crossings are set to go at Edithvale, Bonbeach and Seaford.