Sandringham is a beachside suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, found 19 km southeast of Melbourne's focal business district. Its neighborhood government region is the City of Bayside and its bureaucratic division is the Division of Goldstein. At the 2011 Census, Sandringham had a populace of 9,309. Andringham framed piece of the early homes in the ward of Moorabbin bought by Josiah Holloway in 1852.
Named Gipsy Village, parts were sold somewhere in the range of 1852 and 1854 despite little settlement occurring at the time. Bluff Town Post Office opened on 1 April 1868, shut in 1871, revived in 1873 and was renamed Sandringham in 1887. The Sandringham Football Club, known as the Zebras, of the Victorian Football League, has had ious players proceed to play in the AFL, including Trevor Barker, Ian Cooper, radio character Rex Hunt, Andrew Krakouer, Paul Dimattina, Matthew Warnock and Tom Langdon.
Its recreations record holder is Nick Sautner 202 amusements, 621 goals. The club's home ground is the Trevor Barker oval on Beach Road inverse the finish of Bridge Road. Based at the RG Chisholm Reserve, Duncan Street, the East Sandringham Boys Cricket Club includes in rural rivalries all through the cricket season. The club has created cricketers especially at a lesser level, prominently Shane Warne who has once in a while come back to play for his lesser club.