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Yarraville – 3013

Yarraville – 3013

Yarraville is located 6 km west of the CBD. The suburb features Cruickshank Park, Yarraville Oval, Yarraville Gardens, McIvor Reserve and the Anderson Street shopping strip. Residents of the suburb are well served by the Yarraville Railway station and bus services running through the area.
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Beaumaris – 3193

Beaumaris – 3193

Beaumaris is located 20 km south of the CBD. Located on Port Phillip Bay in Melbourne's south. Beaumaris is an affluent primarily residential suburb. Beaumaris features part of the Royal Melbourne Golf Course Beaumaris Reserve and Ricketts Point while a park system straddles the suburb's foreshore.
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Mentone – 3194

Mentone – 3194

Mentone is located 21 km south-east of the CBD. Located in Melbourne's south Mentone is a mixed use bayside suburb. The suburb features significant commercial areas centred around the Mentone railway station while some industrial areas occupy the north. Like a number of suburbs in this part of Melbourne the population has decreased and aged significantly over the 1981-1996 period. The suburb is also comprised of mainly one and two person households. The City of Kingston council offices are based at Mentone.
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Highett – 3190

Highett – 3190

Highett is located 17 km south of the CBD. Traversed by the Nepean Highway and the Frankston railway line Highett is a residential and industrial suburb in Melbourne's south. The large proportion of Highett's population (23%) is concentrated in the age groups 60+ and many households are comprised of one and two person households.
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Hampton – 3188

Hampton – 3188

Hampton is located 14 km south of the CBD. Hampton is an affluent bayside suburb located in Melbourne's middle southern suburbs. The suburb is primarily residential in nature but has significant commercial areas centred around the Hampton railway station and along Hampton St. A high proportion of Hampton's labour force is employed in the finance property and business service sector. The suburb also features the Hampton Rehabilitation and Linacre Hospital.
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Geelong West – 3218

Geelong West – 3218

Geelong West is a cosmopolitan suburb, containing Geelong's oldest and most dynamic shopping strip, Pakington Street. Timber houses and cottages have been renovated and many shops along Pakington Street have become cafes with style.
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Cheltenham – 3192

Cheltenham – 3192

Cheltenham is located 19 km south-east of the CBD. Cheltenham is a major residential commercial and industrial centre in Melbourne's south. The commercial focus of the suburb is based at Southland Shopping Centre and around the Cheltenham railway station although the suburb is also noteworthy for being the location of Moorabbin Airport and nearby Direct Factory Outlets shopping centre. Cheltenham also features a number of golf courses including the Victoria Cheltenham and parts of the Sandringham Municipal and the Royal Melbourne Golf Clubs.
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Sandringham – 3191

Sandringham – 3191

Sandringham is located 16 km south of the CBD. Sandringham is a bayside suburb located in melbourne's south-east. The suburb is primarily residential with open reserves lining the foreshore in the west. The City of Bayside municipal offices are located in Sandringham. The suburb also features a commercial district around the Sandringham railway terminus as well as a major Boat Harbour and Marina and health care facilities such as the Sandringham & District Memorial Hospital and the Fairway Nursing Home.
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Werribee – 3030

Werribee – 3030

Werribee is located 30 km south-west of the CBD, situated on the Werribee River, approximately halfway between Melbourne and Geelong, on the Princes Highway. Werribee is the second-largest suburb in Wyndham. It is one of the oldest, most established areas of Wyndham, first settled over 150 years ago. Significant growth in Werribee occurred in 1960 and continues today. Werribee features Eagle Stadium, Werribee Park Precinct, Chirnside Park and Spendthrift Australia Park, home of the Internationals during the Melbourne Cup Carnival. For transport, Werribee railway station is located on the Werribee line and the Warrnambool line.
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Parkdale – 3195

Parkdale – 3195

Parkdale is located 22 km south-east of the CBD. Parkdale is a bayside suburb located in Melbourne's south. The suburb is principally residential with significant tracts of open space. Parkdale is traversed by the Frankston railway line and the Nepean Highway. The suburb also features the Parkdale Plaza Como Private Hospital and the Parkdale Life Saving Club.
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Seddon – 3011

Seddon – 3011

Seddon is located 6 km west of the CBD. Residents of the suburb are well served by the Seddon Railway station and bus services running through the area. The neighbourhood is primarily residential in nature although there are areas of light commercial activity. Seddon features Harris Reserve and the nearby Victoria University - Footscray Nicholson Campus.
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Brighton – 3186

Brighton – 3186

Brighton is located 11 km south of the CBD. Brighton is defined by the Nepean Highway in the east and Port Phillip Bay in the west. Brighton is one of Melbourne's earliest established suburbs and is well known for the iconic Bathing Boxes found along Dendy Street Beach.
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Black Rock – 3193

Black Rock – 3193

Black Rock is located 18 km south of the CBD. Black Rock is a small residential suburb located on the eastern side of Port Phillip Bay. The suburb also features part of the Royal Melbourne Golf Course while a park system traverses the suburb's foreshore.
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Kingsville – 3012

Kingsville – 3012

Kingsville is located 9 km west of the CBD, a small residential area. The suburb features Beevers Reserve and commercial areas are found along its boundaries.
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Brighton East – 3187

Brighton East – 3187

Brighton East is located 12 km south of the CBD. Brighton East is a primarily residential area in Melbourne's south. The suburb contains some commercial areas such as those along the Nepean Highway. The population is generally comprised of older affluent families but there are also large numbers of elderly in Brighton East reflecting the historic development of the suburb and a number of nursing homes and aged care facilities. Brighton East also features the Brighton Municipal Golf Club and Landcox Park.
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Melbourne – 3000

Melbourne – 3000

Melbourne has the highest number of businesses and residents in a small area in the municipality. The CBD is Melbourne's business and financial centre, home to retail, financial, legal, administrative, recreational, tourist and entertainment facilities, serving residents, workers and visitors. The CBD's population is one of the fastest growing small areas in Australia. Federation Square is Melbourne's major public square, hosting arts and cultural events, broadcasting major sporting events on a giant screen and is home to the Melbourne Visitor Centre, the Ian Potter Centre and the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. The area also features the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kings Domain (which contains Government House), Queen Victoria Gardens and Alexandra Gardens. The area includes Olympic Park and Melbourne Park, facilities that host a variety of sporting and entertainment events such as the Australian Open Tennis Championships.
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Footscray – 3011

Footscray – 3011

Footscray is located 6 km west of the CBD and bounded by the Maribyrnong River in the east. The suburb has a combination of residential, industrial and commercial land. Its retail activity is centred on Barkly Street. Footscray features Whitten Oval, Victoria University, a major rail junction for a number of railway lines, Footscray Hospital, Footscray Market, Heavenly Queen Temple and Footscray Park.
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West Footscray – 3012

West Footscray – 3012

West Footscray is a mixed-use suburb located 8 km west of the CBD. The neighbourhood is home to Bassett Reserve, Martin Reserve, RecWest Footscray and is near to the Footscray Hospital. The Sunbury railway line runs through the suburb.
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Mordialloc – 3195

Mordialloc – 3195

Mordialloc is located 25 km south-east of the CBD. Mordialloc is a bayside suburb in Melbourne's south. The western part of Mordialloc is residential with a significant commercial centre along Nepean Hwy. The central part of the suburb (incorporating Braeside) is generally industrial with the large Braeside Park in the east. The suburb also incorporates the Woodlands and Southern Golf Clubs and the former Epsom Training Track which is currently being redeveloped for housing.
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Newtown – 3220

Newtown – 3220

The Barwon River runs around Newtown and several large reserves that contain playing fields, sporting clubs, wetlands and a bicycle/walking track are beside it. There are hundreds of beautiful Victorian and Edwardian houses, and several historic mansions, including Barwon Grange, west of the river. Newtown neighbours the established Queens Park golf course in the west and Kardinia Park to the east. The suburb boasts some of the city's finest schools - The Geelong College, Sacred Heart College and St Joseph's College - and several excellent shopping centres.
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