O'Connor, Western Australia

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O'Connor
Perth,  Western Australia
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O'Connor
Location in metropolitan Perth
Coordinates 32°03′50″S115°47′49″E / 32.064°S 115.797°E / -32.064; 115.797 Coordinates: 32°03′50″S115°47′49″E / 32.064°S 115.797°E / -32.064; 115.797
Postcode(s) 6163
LGA(s) City of Fremantle
State electorate(s) Willagee
Federal Division(s) Fremantle
Suburbs around O'Connor:
Fremantle Palmyra Willagee
White Gum Valley O'Connor Kardinya
Hilton Samson Kardinya

O'Connor is a predominantly industrial suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Fremantle. It was established in 1955 and is named after the Irish engineer, C. Y. O'Connor, who is buried in Fremantle Cemetery.

O'Connor has a roller skating rink plus a number of retail store: a major hardware store, two major electronics retailers, a tyre store, several automotive parts and accessory stores, a popular bicycle store, a furniture store and numerous other retail stores.

There are quite a number of light industrial activities taking place in the suburb, including Anchor Foods on Carrington Street.

There are two precincts of residential dwellings which contain a small but growing number of dwellings.


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