Beaconsfield is on the eastern edge of suburban Melbourne, developed as a farming township established in 1845.
In 1877 the railway station opened up giving the opportunity for further growth of the town and businesses began to form the small township. The railway station became the hub of activity with the influx of visitors from Melbourne and suburbs.
The town was named for the prominent English statesman Benjamin Disraeli. The name had already been used for the post office at Beaconsfield Upper for several years but was transferred to the railway station and surrounding settlement. A school opened in 1890.
Pakenham Mowers and Chainsaws has serviced Beaconsfield and its residents since PM&C opened, and continues to have a strong relationship with the thriving suburb. Contact us today for all your gardening needs.