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Buying or selling property in any Australian state is challenging if you are unfamiliar with the laws implemented concerning conveyancing where the property is located. Conveyancing is the legal process of transferring property ownership from one person to another, with property laws being used as essential rules and regulations throughout the conveyance. A conveyancing solicitor is a property conveyancing expert that can help you throughout the process by giving you legal advice and representing you for the whole process. Engaging a conveyancing solicitor from a licensed law firm like LEAD Conveyancing guarantees a smooth transaction from start to finish.
Seaford is a suburb in the southern region of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, located within the local government area of the City of Frankston. The 2021 Australian Bureau of Statistics census showed that the suburb has more than 17,000 residents, 51% females and 49% males, and the average age of the residents is 39 years old, a year older than the Australian national average age. More than 70% of the residents were born in Australia, while others were born overseas, particularly in England, New Zealand, Scotland, Germany, India, the Netherlands, the Philippines, Ireland, Italy, South Africa, China, Poland, the United States of America and Sri Lanka. Religious groups in the suburb are Catholic, Anglican, Uniting Church, Eastern Orthodox, Christian, Buddhism and Presbyterian and Reformed, Catholic being the most populous religion.
Seaford is the land heavily used for food by the Aboriginal people Bunurong tribe of the Kulin nation, especially the Karrum Karrum swamp. During the twelfth century, after European occupation, the swamp was drained, and its ground was used for farming. In 1913, the name Seaford was first mentioned during a meeting of the land’s residents to decide its name. All of the meeting attendants agreed that the land’s name should have a reference to the sea. Councillor Sydney Plowman suggested Seaford as a homage to his hometown Sleaford, Lincolnshire, England.
Jobs in Seaford are technicians, merchants, professionals, clerical workers, administrative assistants, labourers, sales associates, community service workers, personal service workers, managers, machine operators and drivers. Almost 20% of the residents work as technicians. More than 30% of the residents live in rental accommodation paying an average weekly rent of around $250. Some statistics of Seaford include
Seaford is a suburb with many public parks containing picnic areas and children’s play equipment. You can go to various exciting places in just a day due to the attractions’ proximity to one another. Keast Park is the first public park worth mentioning, a fantastic spot along Nepean Highway open 24 hours a day. This park is perfect for an early walk alone or with your furry friend.
Another attraction along Nepean Highway is Seaford Foreshore Reserve, a national reserve open to the public 24/7 and arguably near the cleanest beach in Melbourne. This natural reserve is a perfect destination for a weekend family bonding or a bonding with yourself away from work stress. If you want crowded places, go there during the summer season.
Edithvale-Seaford Wetlands is another nature preserve worth visiting for a fantastic scenic view and bird life. This 260-hectare wetland along Austin Road is open 24/7 and is only 30 kilometres from Melbourne Central. An excellent experience awaits you, so pack your bags and go to one of the places mentioned. Other places you may visit include