Skye is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 38 km south-east of Melbourne's central business district.
- Area:16.642 km2
- Elevation:55 m
- Local Government Area:Frankston City Council
Skye is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 38 km south-east of Melbourne's central business district. Its local government area is the City of Frankston. At the 2016 census, Skye had a population of 8,096.
Skye Post Office opened on 1 June 1889 and closed in 1895. In 1964 Lyndhurst South office (open since 1902) was renamed Skye. This office closed in 1972.There is still a couple of houses standing from the 1890s today in Skye.
Prior to 15 December 1994, Skye was part of the City of Cranbourne formerly the Shire of Cranbourne. It still shares the postcode, 3977, with Cranbourne.
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The suburb has two schools, Skye Primary School and Lighthouse Christian College. The suburb has a number of newer housing developments (many which have been developed since 2005).
Southern Lights Church serves the Skye region.
Skye enjoys a large area of land to the east of the suburb which is outside the main growth area and is semi-rural. It forms a green wedge between Skye and Cranbourne West, which is in the neighboring municipality of the City of Casey.
Skye was ranked in 2015 as the least liveable suburb in Melbourne. Reasons cited for this included sewerage odour, a lack of public transport and a lack of shops. Nearby Sandhurst received a similarly negative ranking.