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Dandenong Road tramway opened 107 years ago today!

The Dandenong Road electric tramway opened on 16 December 1911 as an extension of the Prahran and Malvern Tramways Trust system.

The Prahran & Malvern Tramways Trust was formed in 1908 to construct and operate municipal electric tramways. The Trust's first lines - along High Street from Charles Street Prahran to Tooronga Road Malvern, and via Glenferrie Road and Wattletree Road to Burke Road East Malvern - opened on 30th May 1910.

The Prahran and Malvern Tramways Trust played a key role in facilitating suburban expansion south of the Yarra. Tramways were extended into the municipalities of Caulfield and St Kilda (1911), Melbourne (1912), Hawthorn and Kew (1913) and Camberwell (1916). In February 1920, when the Trust was taken over by the Tramways Board, it was operating over 90 trams on 35 route miles of tramway.

Photo c1911 - image 1616 www.stonnington.vic.gov.au/…/Hi…/Search-the-catalogue
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5 hours ago

Great afternoon at the Oakleigh District Christmas party. I absolutely love this club, so many genuinely passionate locals and fun to be around. It’s like a second family.

Oakleigh District Football Netball Club
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6 hours ago

Great afternoon at the Oakleigh District Christmas party. I absolutely love this club, so many genuinely passionate locals and fun to be around. It’s like a second family.

Oakleigh District Football Netball Club

Excited to be one of the judges at the grand final of Christ Our Holy Redeemer Primary School Shark Tank. These kids are the future of our digital world - we’re in safe hands ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

Excited to be one of the judges at the grand final of Christ Our Holy Redeemer Primary School Shark Tank. These kids are the future of our digital world - we’re in safe hands

We’re at Jells Park waiting for the City of Monash Carols by Candlelight to start. Looks like there are thousands here already. Are you on your way yet? ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

We’re at Jells Park waiting for the City of Monash Carols by Candlelight to start. Looks like there are thousands here already. Are you on your way yet?

 

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Hi Donna, where are you sitting? We are on the side near the lake

Yes!!

Too far mate!!

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1 week ago

Another brilliant night out at #Oakleigh Carols in the Park. After being washed out last year it was great to by back in Warrawee Park on a balmy Melbourne evening. We even had a visit from Santa (not that I could get anywhere near him).

Well done to the Combined Churches of Oakleigh on another fantastic event - 13 years and still going strong.
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1 week ago

Another brilliant night out at #Oakleigh Carols in the Park. After being washed out last year it was great to by back in Warrawee Park on a balmy Melbourne evening. We even had a visit from Santa (not that I could get anywhere near him).

Well done to the Combined Churches of Oakleigh on another fantastic event - 13 years and still going strong.

Pop down to Inchmeal in #NottingHill this afternoon for the annual Christmas Market. There’s some beautiful handmade crafts and great gift ideas. It’s on until 4pm.

#SupportLocal
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1 week ago

Pop down to Inchmeal in #NottingHill this afternoon for the annual Christmas Market. There’s some beautiful handmade crafts and great gift ideas. It’s on until 4pm.

#SupportLocal

 

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A great event!

There’s a lot of disruption around Oakleigh and surrounds at the moment while we roll out our biggest asset renewal and pedestrian safety upgrades ever. We know it’s a busy time of the year and that disruptions are frustrating, but the better weather means we can get it over and done with sooner.

We appreciate your patience while we upgrade your city; City of Monash
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2 weeks ago

There’s a lot of disruption around Oakleigh and surrounds at the moment while we roll out our biggest asset renewal and pedestrian safety upgrades ever. We know it’s a busy time of the year and that disruptions are frustrating, but the better weather means we can get it over and done with sooner.

We appreciate your patience while we upgrade your city; City of Monash

 

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Thank you to the Monash City Council for the upgrade and renovation works.

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