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Love Where You Live – Bateman

Bateman is named after the Bateman family, who arrived in the colony on the ‘Medina’ ship in...

Love Where You Live – Leeming

Leeming is divided between two local governments, the City of Melville and the City of Cockburn. The...

Love Where You Live – Murdoch

Murdoch is home to some of the biggest institutions in WA, meaning it’s visited frequently by a...

Love Where You Live – Bull Creek

The name Bull Creek was chosen by the City of Melville Council in 1968, in recognition of...

Love Where You Live – Winthrop

The City of Melville chose the name Winthrop in 1977, in recognition of Sir John Winthrop Hackett,...

Love Where You Live – Kardinya

The name Kardinya is documented as the aboriginal name for ‘sunrise’. In the 1950’s, it was used...

Love Where You Live – Willagee

Willagee is named after Wilgee Lake, Wilgee being a Noongar term for red ochre, which is found...

Love Where You Live – Brentwood

At only one square kilometre in size, Brentwood might be small, but it holds a great vision. The suburb...

Love Where You Live – Booragoon

Booragoon is the aboriginal name meaning 'lower reaches' or 'south part of the Canning River'. The WA...

Love Where You Live – Bicton

Bicton has every reason to be so popular. There’s no doubt Point Walter is a major drawcard,...
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