Waverley Park, Victoria

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Waverley Park was a suburb name put forward to the City of Monash in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, for the Mirvac development on the Waverley Park land. These plans would have split the suburb of Mulgrave into two separate sections. This led to people in the smaller, eastern section of Mulgrave petitioning to also be put under the Waverley Park banner. The suburb of Waverley Park was denied and as such at this time the Waverley Park development is a part of Mulgrave.

City of Monash Local government area in Victoria, Australia

The City of Monash is a local government area in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne with an area of 81.0 square kilometres and a population of 182,618 people in 2016. On 12 November 2018, Cr Shane McCluskey was elected Mayor of Monash.

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Coordinates: 37°53′S145°04′E / 37.883°S 145.067°E / -37.883; 145.067

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