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Love Where You Live – Ardross

Ardross, with rich Scottish history after being acquired by the Scotsman, Sir Alexander Percival Matheson in 1896, is located immediately south of Canning Highway and sits just...

Love Where You Live – Winthrop

The City of Melville chose the name Winthrop in 1977, in recognition of Sir John Winthrop Hackett, Founding Editor of the West Australian and first Chancellor of...

Love Where You Live – Melville

Located 11km south of the CBD, bound by Canning Highway to the north and Leach Highway to the south, Melville has the distinction of sharing the name...

Love Where You Live – Bull Creek

The name Bull Creek was chosen by the City of Melville Council in 1968, in recognition of one of the early European settlers, a man named Lieutenant...

Love Where You Live – Mount Pleasant

Named after a castle-like house built by James Herbert Simpson way back in 1911, Mount Pleasant is home to some of Perth’s top architecturally-designed homes and is...

Love Where You Live – Murdoch

Murdoch is home to some of the biggest institutions in WA, meaning it’s visited frequently by a large proportion of Western Australians. The name Murdoch was chosen...

Love Where You Live – Attadale

With a front seat to the Swan River, Attadale boasts first class views of the Perth City skyline and possesses an extensive foreshore with masses of green...

Love Where You Live – Leeming

Leeming is divided between two local governments, the City of Melville and the City of Cockburn. The name Leeming was chosen in recognition of a surveyor called...

Love Where You Live – Palmyra

Following a competition by the Melville Road Board and with inspiration from a Syrian city of the same name, Palmyra was the chosen name for the suburb....

Love Where You Live – Bateman

Bateman is named after the Bateman family, who arrived in the colony on the ‘Medina’ ship in 1830. John Bateman built a general store in Fremantle selling...
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