The name is of Aboriginal origin meaning "fair maiden", and originated from the Kimberley region. Helena Valley was first settled by the Smith family of Clayton Farm about 1850. The name was approved on 12The suburb of Melville is named after Melville Water on the Swan River. This plan did not eventuate. It is derived from a line of reefs offshore from Mullaloo, and was approved in 1974.Name was proposed by the City of Wanneroo in 1979 and was approved 8This name uses the name of Walter Warner Day and the suffix 'ton'.Suburb named after the State Ship "Kwinana" which traversed between Fremantle and the North West ports between 1912 and 1920. The name is believed to come from a farm that once existed in the area.

Secret Harbour was a locally used name approved on 12Leederville is named after William Leeder, the first landowner in the area.

During the following year, Benedict Von Bibra, surveying his own selection on the southern shores of the lake, recorded the name as 'Walliabup' and the latter version was used exclusively on maps for more than half a century. Edward Bruce, later Major Edward Bruce of the 19th Bengall Lancers, visited Western Australia in 1883 and on a mortgage dated 29th June in that year, the various locations left to him by his father are described as being the land "known as Nedlands". It is not known when early settlers started using the name "Wanneroo", but, as early as 1842, a Surveyor recorded "road to Wanneroo" and in 1844, James Dobbins gave his address as Wanneroo.

The locality was approved on 18Formerly part of Westfield, the name Champion Lakes was chosen to identify the area with a then-proposed championship rowing course to be developed in the area. Davis' land was eventually sold to Charles Gosnell in 1862. The property was located about 5km south-west of the present suburb. The "Orelia" arrived at Fremantle bringing settlers to the new colony in October 1829. The postal district was shown as 'Hilton Park' until May 1959 when it was agreed that the suffix 'Park' would no longer be used.A new suburb that was formerly part of Wanneroo, Hocking was approved on 1The name is taken from Bateman Road which was itself named after the Bateman family.
The RGS solution was that doubling the following consonant shortened the preceding vowel, and this meant the "upp" ending ensured the "up" pronunciation. Land for the Armadale - Jandakot Railway link was resumed in 1907 and a station was constructed. The RGS system had a rule that vowels are pronounced as in Italian and consonants as in English.

This request was refused because of a duplication in Queensland. The locality was approved on 1The name Morley began appearing on maps around the turn of the twentieth century and was adopted when the area was subdivided for urban development after the Second World War.

Peter Brown (or Broun) was WA's first Colonial Secretary in 1832 and apparently named his property on the Swan River after a family property in England, Bassendean in Berwickshire. Melaleuca is bounded by the localities of Lexia, Gnangara, Jandabup, Mariginiup, Pinjar, Bullsbrook and Ellenbrook in the City of Swan.

The founder of the company, Hamilton Ross, had been born in Galway, Ireland in 1775, into a family that had moved from Scotland about two generations prior to his birth.
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The name is of Aboriginal origin meaning "fair maiden", and originated from the Kimberley region. Helena Valley was first settled by the Smith family of Clayton Farm about 1850. The name was approved on 12The suburb of Melville is named after Melville Water on the Swan River. This plan did not eventuate. It is derived from a line of reefs offshore from Mullaloo, and was approved in 1974.Name was proposed by the City of Wanneroo in 1979 and was approved 8This name uses the name of Walter Warner Day and the suffix 'ton'.Suburb named after the State Ship "Kwinana" which traversed between Fremantle and the North West ports between 1912 and 1920. The name is believed to come from a farm that once existed in the area.

Secret Harbour was a locally used name approved on 12Leederville is named after William Leeder, the first landowner in the area.

During the following year, Benedict Von Bibra, surveying his own selection on the southern shores of the lake, recorded the name as 'Walliabup' and the latter version was used exclusively on maps for more than half a century. Edward Bruce, later Major Edward Bruce of the 19th Bengall Lancers, visited Western Australia in 1883 and on a mortgage dated 29th June in that year, the various locations left to him by his father are described as being the land "known as Nedlands". It is not known when early settlers started using the name "Wanneroo", but, as early as 1842, a Surveyor recorded "road to Wanneroo" and in 1844, James Dobbins gave his address as Wanneroo.

The locality was approved on 18Formerly part of Westfield, the name Champion Lakes was chosen to identify the area with a then-proposed championship rowing course to be developed in the area. Davis' land was eventually sold to Charles Gosnell in 1862. The property was located about 5km south-west of the present suburb. The "Orelia" arrived at Fremantle bringing settlers to the new colony in October 1829. The postal district was shown as 'Hilton Park' until May 1959 when it was agreed that the suffix 'Park' would no longer be used.A new suburb that was formerly part of Wanneroo, Hocking was approved on 1The name is taken from Bateman Road which was itself named after the Bateman family.
The RGS solution was that doubling the following consonant shortened the preceding vowel, and this meant the "upp" ending ensured the "up" pronunciation. Land for the Armadale - Jandakot Railway link was resumed in 1907 and a station was constructed. The RGS system had a rule that vowels are pronounced as in Italian and consonants as in English.

This request was refused because of a duplication in Queensland. The locality was approved on 1The name Morley began appearing on maps around the turn of the twentieth century and was adopted when the area was subdivided for urban development after the Second World War.

Peter Brown (or Broun) was WA's first Colonial Secretary in 1832 and apparently named his property on the Swan River after a family property in England, Bassendean in Berwickshire. Melaleuca is bounded by the localities of Lexia, Gnangara, Jandabup, Mariginiup, Pinjar, Bullsbrook and Ellenbrook in the City of Swan.

The founder of the company, Hamilton Ross, had been born in Galway, Ireland in 1775, into a family that had moved from Scotland about two generations prior to his birth.
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The name is of Aboriginal origin meaning "fair maiden", and originated from the Kimberley region. Helena Valley was first settled by the Smith family of Clayton Farm about 1850. The name was approved on 12The suburb of Melville is named after Melville Water on the Swan River. This plan did not eventuate. It is derived from a line of reefs offshore from Mullaloo, and was approved in 1974.Name was proposed by the City of Wanneroo in 1979 and was approved 8This name uses the name of Walter Warner Day and the suffix 'ton'.Suburb named after the State Ship "Kwinana" which traversed between Fremantle and the North West ports between 1912 and 1920. The name is believed to come from a farm that once existed in the area.

Secret Harbour was a locally used name approved on 12Leederville is named after William Leeder, the first landowner in the area.

During the following year, Benedict Von Bibra, surveying his own selection on the southern shores of the lake, recorded the name as 'Walliabup' and the latter version was used exclusively on maps for more than half a century. Edward Bruce, later Major Edward Bruce of the 19th Bengall Lancers, visited Western Australia in 1883 and on a mortgage dated 29th June in that year, the various locations left to him by his father are described as being the land "known as Nedlands". It is not known when early settlers started using the name "Wanneroo", but, as early as 1842, a Surveyor recorded "road to Wanneroo" and in 1844, James Dobbins gave his address as Wanneroo.

The locality was approved on 18Formerly part of Westfield, the name Champion Lakes was chosen to identify the area with a then-proposed championship rowing course to be developed in the area. Davis' land was eventually sold to Charles Gosnell in 1862. The property was located about 5km south-west of the present suburb. The "Orelia" arrived at Fremantle bringing settlers to the new colony in October 1829. The postal district was shown as 'Hilton Park' until May 1959 when it was agreed that the suffix 'Park' would no longer be used.A new suburb that was formerly part of Wanneroo, Hocking was approved on 1The name is taken from Bateman Road which was itself named after the Bateman family.
The RGS solution was that doubling the following consonant shortened the preceding vowel, and this meant the "upp" ending ensured the "up" pronunciation. Land for the Armadale - Jandakot Railway link was resumed in 1907 and a station was constructed. The RGS system had a rule that vowels are pronounced as in Italian and consonants as in English.

This request was refused because of a duplication in Queensland. The locality was approved on 1The name Morley began appearing on maps around the turn of the twentieth century and was adopted when the area was subdivided for urban development after the Second World War.

Peter Brown (or Broun) was WA's first Colonial Secretary in 1832 and apparently named his property on the Swan River after a family property in England, Bassendean in Berwickshire. Melaleuca is bounded by the localities of Lexia, Gnangara, Jandabup, Mariginiup, Pinjar, Bullsbrook and Ellenbrook in the City of Swan.

The founder of the company, Hamilton Ross, had been born in Galway, Ireland in 1775, into a family that had moved from Scotland about two generations prior to his birth.
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The name is of Aboriginal origin meaning "fair maiden", and originated from the Kimberley region. Helena Valley was first settled by the Smith family of Clayton Farm about 1850. The name was approved on 12The suburb of Melville is named after Melville Water on the Swan River. This plan did not eventuate. It is derived from a line of reefs offshore from Mullaloo, and was approved in 1974.Name was proposed by the City of Wanneroo in 1979 and was approved 8This name uses the name of Walter Warner Day and the suffix 'ton'.Suburb named after the State Ship "Kwinana" which traversed between Fremantle and the North West ports between 1912 and 1920. The name is believed to come from a farm that once existed in the area.

Secret Harbour was a locally used name approved on 12Leederville is named after William Leeder, the first landowner in the area.

During the following year, Benedict Von Bibra, surveying his own selection on the southern shores of the lake, recorded the name as 'Walliabup' and the latter version was used exclusively on maps for more than half a century. Edward Bruce, later Major Edward Bruce of the 19th Bengall Lancers, visited Western Australia in 1883 and on a mortgage dated 29th June in that year, the various locations left to him by his father are described as being the land "known as Nedlands". It is not known when early settlers started using the name "Wanneroo", but, as early as 1842, a Surveyor recorded "road to Wanneroo" and in 1844, James Dobbins gave his address as Wanneroo.

The locality was approved on 18Formerly part of Westfield, the name Champion Lakes was chosen to identify the area with a then-proposed championship rowing course to be developed in the area. Davis' land was eventually sold to Charles Gosnell in 1862. The property was located about 5km south-west of the present suburb. The "Orelia" arrived at Fremantle bringing settlers to the new colony in October 1829. The postal district was shown as 'Hilton Park' until May 1959 when it was agreed that the suffix 'Park' would no longer be used.A new suburb that was formerly part of Wanneroo, Hocking was approved on 1The name is taken from Bateman Road which was itself named after the Bateman family.
The RGS solution was that doubling the following consonant shortened the preceding vowel, and this meant the "upp" ending ensured the "up" pronunciation. Land for the Armadale - Jandakot Railway link was resumed in 1907 and a station was constructed. The RGS system had a rule that vowels are pronounced as in Italian and consonants as in English.

This request was refused because of a duplication in Queensland. The locality was approved on 1The name Morley began appearing on maps around the turn of the twentieth century and was adopted when the area was subdivided for urban development after the Second World War.

Peter Brown (or Broun) was WA's first Colonial Secretary in 1832 and apparently named his property on the Swan River after a family property in England, Bassendean in Berwickshire. Melaleuca is bounded by the localities of Lexia, Gnangara, Jandabup, Mariginiup, Pinjar, Bullsbrook and Ellenbrook in the City of Swan.

The founder of the company, Hamilton Ross, had been born in Galway, Ireland in 1775, into a family that had moved from Scotland about two generations prior to his birth.
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To create a good town name, it needs to describe your town, whether that be fictional or real. In 1985 both the City of Perth and the City of Nedlands requested the creation of a new suburb to be named Mount Claremont and this was approved in January 1986.This suburb was formerly part of Armadale, and was approved on 19Point Grey gives this locality its name. In March 1827, Captain Stirling was exploring the Swan River and when he reached the extremity of navigable water for their long boat, he made a close inspection of the country. The name chosen for the estate was Hazelmere, the reason for this choice being to link it with Guildford, as there is a Haslemere in England which is a suburb of Guildford, Surrey. Kewdale is in two Local Government areas, Belmont and Kalamunda.Mirrabooka is an Aboriginal word for the Southern Cross constellation. Thanks for using! The name was chosen by the City of Wanneroo in 1979 from a book on Aboriginal Place Names by AW Reed.

This was rejected because of a duplication in Victoria and the Aboriginal word 'Boya', appropriately meaning rock/stone, was chosen instead. Whilst exploring the Swan River, Stirling was favourably impressed by the fertile alluvial flats around the area now known as Guildford, and replenished his water supplies from Success Spring at Success Hill on the west bank of the Swan River at Bassendean. You will be called upon to weigh maturely the advantages which may arise from placing it on so secure a situation as may be afforded on various points of the Swan River, against those which may follow from establishing it on so fine a port for the reception of shipping as Cockburn Sound is represented to be...".Permanent settlement in Mundaring began in 1882-84 when Mr Peter Gugeri established a vineyard south of the Eastern Railway. When the area was subdivided by real estate entrepeneur James Morrison in 1897 he used the name Spearwood Gardens Estate, the first time the name was used.

The name is of Aboriginal origin meaning "fair maiden", and originated from the Kimberley region. Helena Valley was first settled by the Smith family of Clayton Farm about 1850. The name was approved on 12The suburb of Melville is named after Melville Water on the Swan River. This plan did not eventuate. It is derived from a line of reefs offshore from Mullaloo, and was approved in 1974.Name was proposed by the City of Wanneroo in 1979 and was approved 8This name uses the name of Walter Warner Day and the suffix 'ton'.Suburb named after the State Ship "Kwinana" which traversed between Fremantle and the North West ports between 1912 and 1920. The name is believed to come from a farm that once existed in the area.

Secret Harbour was a locally used name approved on 12Leederville is named after William Leeder, the first landowner in the area.

During the following year, Benedict Von Bibra, surveying his own selection on the southern shores of the lake, recorded the name as 'Walliabup' and the latter version was used exclusively on maps for more than half a century. Edward Bruce, later Major Edward Bruce of the 19th Bengall Lancers, visited Western Australia in 1883 and on a mortgage dated 29th June in that year, the various locations left to him by his father are described as being the land "known as Nedlands". It is not known when early settlers started using the name "Wanneroo", but, as early as 1842, a Surveyor recorded "road to Wanneroo" and in 1844, James Dobbins gave his address as Wanneroo.

The locality was approved on 18Formerly part of Westfield, the name Champion Lakes was chosen to identify the area with a then-proposed championship rowing course to be developed in the area. Davis' land was eventually sold to Charles Gosnell in 1862. The property was located about 5km south-west of the present suburb. The "Orelia" arrived at Fremantle bringing settlers to the new colony in October 1829. The postal district was shown as 'Hilton Park' until May 1959 when it was agreed that the suffix 'Park' would no longer be used.A new suburb that was formerly part of Wanneroo, Hocking was approved on 1The name is taken from Bateman Road which was itself named after the Bateman family.
The RGS solution was that doubling the following consonant shortened the preceding vowel, and this meant the "upp" ending ensured the "up" pronunciation. Land for the Armadale - Jandakot Railway link was resumed in 1907 and a station was constructed. The RGS system had a rule that vowels are pronounced as in Italian and consonants as in English.

This request was refused because of a duplication in Queensland. The locality was approved on 1The name Morley began appearing on maps around the turn of the twentieth century and was adopted when the area was subdivided for urban development after the Second World War.

Peter Brown (or Broun) was WA's first Colonial Secretary in 1832 and apparently named his property on the Swan River after a family property in England, Bassendean in Berwickshire. Melaleuca is bounded by the localities of Lexia, Gnangara, Jandabup, Mariginiup, Pinjar, Bullsbrook and Ellenbrook in the City of Swan.

The founder of the company, Hamilton Ross, had been born in Galway, Ireland in 1775, into a family that had moved from Scotland about two generations prior to his birth.

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