Mordialloc is a beachside suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 24 km south-east of Melbourne's focal business area. Its nearby government region is the City of Kingston. At the 2016 registration, Mordialloc had a populace of 8,166. The name is gotten from the term moordy yallock which began from the Aboriginal dialect Boonwurrung, or, in other words a few sources as significance sloppy creek, and in others as "little sea."
Mordialloc Post Office opened on 17 October 1863. In 1995 it was renamed Braeside Business Center, and another Mordialloc office opened close to the railroad station. The rural area has an Australian Rules football group contending in the Southern Football League. Golfers play at the course of the Woodlands Golf Club on White Street, Mordialloc. The Epsom Park Horse Racing track was arranged in Mordialloc.
Presently a lodging home, in its prime toward the start of the twentieth century it was one of Victoria's chief race tracks. Sometime down the road it turned into a preparation track before being in the long run shut during the 1980s. In 2008, Doug Denyer Reserve, arranged in Epsom Park facilitated it first historically speaking cricket season with Mordialloc Redbacks being the home group, Redbacks being a piece of the Mordialloc Cricket Club. The Redbacks first Junior Head Coach at Epsom Park was David Beckett.