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Murdoch, Western Australia

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Population  2,996 (2006 census)
Postcode(s)  6150
State electorate(s)  Bateman, Jandakot
Postal code  6150
Established  1974
LGA(s)  City of Melville
Founded  1974
Federal division  Division of Tangney
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Location  12 km (7 mi) from Perth

Murdoch is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Melville. Murdoch University, St John of God Hospital Murdoch and Fiona Stanley Hospital are located in Murdoch. The suburb is named after Sir Walter Murdoch.

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Map of Murdoch WA 6150, Australia

Location

Murdoch is located next to Winthrop, Bateman, Kardinya and North Lake. Boundaries with these suburbs are delineated by Somerville Drive, Murdoch Drive, Prescott Drive and Farrington Road respectively.

Land use

Murdoch's residential area is primarily on the northern side of South Street; the area on the southern side is primarily for commercial usage. While hospitals and educational institutions dominate the suburb's land usage, the area also includes a police station, fire station and juvenile detention centre.

Hospitals

There are two major hospital complexes within Murdoch: the privately owned St John of God Hospital and the Government-operated Fiona Stanley Hospital, which opened in October 2014.

Education

Tertiary educational institutions Murdoch University and a campus of the South Metropolitan TAFE are located in Murdoch. St George's Anglican Grammar School and Kennedy Baptist College both cater for students from year 8 to 12. There are no primary schools within the suburb.

Transport

Murdoch Park 'n' Ride is located in Murdoch, and incorporates Murdoch Train Station. Major bus routes include the CircleRoute, running along South Street; route 183 servicing Murdoch Park 'n' Ride; and route 185 servicing Murdoch University.

Churches

There are several churches based in the suburb of Murdoch, including Evangel Christian Fellowship; an evangelical church based in Murdoch University since 1991.

References

Murdoch, Western Australia Wikipedia


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