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South Kingsville, Victoria

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South Kingsville is an inner-city suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, south-west of Melbourne's Central Business District, located within the City of Hobsons Bay local government area. South Kingsville recorded a population of 2,156 at the . The suburb is shaped as a right-angled triangle, bounded by New Street in the west, Blackshaws Road in the south, with the Newport-Sunshine railway line as a hypotenuse. Neighbouring suburbs include Newport, Yarraville, Altona North and Spotswood. South Kingsville is approximately 10 minutes by car from Melbourne CBD via the West Gate Freeway and a 19-minute train journey using nearby Spotswood railway station. History Development in Spotswood and South Kingsville began around the mid-1800s. In the 1840s, John Stewart Spotswood purchased 119 acres and began a dairy farm. The area of South Kingsville was originally called the Birmingham Estate and was subdivided in the 1880s, although it did not fully develop unti
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