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About Black Rock

Black Rock is a coastal suburb located 18km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district. Bordered by Sandringham and Beaumaris, Black Rock is a suburb steeped in history and culture. Take a dip in the waters at the beach with one of our stunning call girls by your side for an amazing GFE.

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Hotels in Black Rock include: Friends of Black Rock House, Holiday Shacks Mornington Peninsula, Beau Bay Houses.

Located in the heart of the City of Bayside, Black Rock (37°58′S 145°01′E) lies on the shoreline of Port Phillip Bay about 18km south east of Melbourne. The suburb was named after Black Rock House, a grand residence build by Charles Hotson Ebden in 1856, who had taken the name from Black Rock, Dublin. Ebden was an early Port Phillip pastoralist as well as being a businessman and parliamentarian representing the seat of Brighton in the Victorian Parliament. Black Rock House is on the Register of the National Estate.

One of the notable characteristics of the Black Rock shoreline is Red Bluff. The bluff's name comes from the oxidised iron in the cliffs which gives off a burnt orange colour. Either side of Red Bluff are many popular beaches and seaside destinations, including Half Moon Bay. Half Moon Bay had been setting for yachting since the 1890s, and a branch of the Brighton Yacht Club formed the Black Rock Yacht Club in 1919. A rock breakwater was constructed and in 1926 the hull of the colonial naval vessel HMVS Cerberus was added to further protect the boat haven.

In 1888, the year after the railway was extended to Sandringham, a horse tram was provided between Sandringham and Black Rock, running on to Beaumaris. The service, which lasted until 1914, was replaced by a tram service in 1919. In 1910 a State primary school was opened in Black Rock which continues to operate to this day.

Like many neighbouring suburbs, the residential development in Black Rock dates partly in the postwar period and due to active conservation movements for the protection of native plants beside roads and on heathlands, Black Rock boasts beautiful surrounds. There are many recreational reserves located throughout the shoreline and near the town centre. The major shopping centre in Black Rock, located at the intersection of Bluff, Beach and Balcombe Roads is home to the prominent Black Rock Clock Tower.

Median house prices in Black Rock during 1987-96 were between 100% and 140% higher than the median prices for metropolitan Melbourne. The postcode for Black Rock is 3193.


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