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Menton is great for family, you can walk tranquil and calm, people are gentle and kind. The shopping centre is great, there are plenty of playgrounds and parks, it is nearby DFO Moorabbin, Costco... good public transport, train station is being renewed. I simply love it!
The beach is good (but it's what I like less). And we can't forget the schools, they are great. My child is not school age yet but I really would like him to study in Mentone. Mentone, a sea-side residential suburb on Port Phillip Bay, is 22 km south-east of central Melbourne. Before the formation of the township the area was known as Balcombe, after the name of the occupier of land between Balcombe Road and the Bay, west of Warrigal Road, where central Mentone is now situated. When the railway line between Caulfield and Frankston was opened in 1881 the station was named Balcombe's Road and remained so until 1884.
The land booming 1880s attracted developers J.H. Knipe and Sir Matthew Davies to the area, and Davies was chiefly responsible for laying out the Mentone Township Estate. It was named after the British Prime Minister Gladstone's favourite Italian Mediterranean resort and contains Italian Mediterranean street names such as Venice, Naples, Florence and Como. Whilst the foreshadowed residential development did not equal expectations, the population was sufficient by 1889 for a primary school to be opened. The Australian handbook 1893 described Mentone: