Middle Swan, Western Australia

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Middle Swan
Perth,  Western Australia
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Middle Swan
Coordinates 31°51′11″S116°01′12″E / 31.853°S 116.02°E / -31.853; 116.02 Coordinates: 31°51′11″S116°01′12″E / 31.853°S 116.02°E / -31.853; 116.02
Population2,617 (2006 census) [1]
Postcode(s) 6056
LGA(s) City of Swan
State electorate(s) Swan Hills
Federal Division(s) Pearce, Hasluck
Suburbs around Middle Swan:
West Swan Herne Hill Herne Hill
West Swan and Caversham Middle Swan Red Hill and Jane Brook
Viveash and Midland Midvale Stratton

Middle Swan is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, and forms part of the City of Swan local government area. The suburb is bisected by the Swan River. The suburb is most notable for its various wineries, including Houghton and Sandalford. It also has the Midland brickworks within its boundaries, as well as an accommodation facility (Swanleigh Residential College, which closed in 2010) for country students attending the Governor Stirling Senior High School and Swan Christian College.

Notable people from Middle Swan

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References

  1. Australian Bureau of Statistics (25 October 2007). "Middle Swan (State Suburb)". 2006 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 5 October 2008.