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Location, Size and Suburbs

The City of Maribyrnong was created on 15 December 1994, when the City of Footscray merged with part of the City of Sunshine.

The City of Maribyrnong is 31.2 sq km in area and has an estimated resident population for 2013 of 79,302 (community profile). Our City is the smallest and most densely populated municipality in the metropolitan area.

The City of Maribyrnong borders Melbourne, which is Australia's second largest city and Victoria's capital city. This central location provides easy access to all the benefits of Melbourne, such as the ports, the best road network in Australia and an extensive public transport system.

Maribyrnong is made up of the suburbs of Braybrook (3019), Footscray (3011), Kingsville (3012), Maidstone (3012), Maribyrnong (3032), Seddon (3011), Tottenham (3012), West Footscray (3012), and Yarraville (3013).

The City of Maribyrnong is :

Location of Maribyrnong Relative to Melbourne CBD
  • Ten minutes from the heart of Melbourne
  • Five minutes from the national rail centre
  • Twenty minutes from Melbourne's international airport
  • Five minutes from Melbourne's port
  • A major road freight transport hub
  • Bordered by the Cities of Melbourne(East), Moonee Valley (North), Brimbank (West) and Hobson's Bay (South)

For more information contact:
Council and Community Relations
9688 0200
email@maribyrnong.vic.gov.au

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