Synonyms for bangholme or Related words with bangholme

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Examples of "bangholme"
Bangholme Post Office opened on 15 June 1925, and closed in 1943.
The National Water Sports Centre is located in Bangholme adjacent to the Patterson River.
Golfers play at the course of the Eastern Sward Golf Club on Thompson Road, Bangholme.
The closest private secondary school to Patterson Lakes is the Cornish College in Bangholme and Haileybury in Keysborough.
Horse riding lessons and horse agistment (paddocks for hire) are available in Keysborough and the nearby suburb of Bangholme.
Bangholme is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 31 km south-east of Melbourne's central business district and adjacent to the urban area. Its local government area is the City of Greater Dandenong. At the , Bangholme had a population of 797, most of who live in the Willow Lodge Village, a mobile home development on Frankston-Dandenong Rd.
It lies in the south eastern suburbs of Melbourne, covering Bangholme, Bonbeach, Carrum, Carrum Downs, Patterson Lakes, Sandhurst, Seaford and Skye.
Bangholme has a SEIFA score of 744, indicating a high level of disadvantage — it is in the bottom percentile nationally and has the lowest score of any Melbourne suburb.
The Electoral district of Lyndhurst was an electorate of the Victorian Legislative Assembly and was located in the south eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Included within its boundaries were Bangholme and Lyndhurst and parts of other surrounding suburbs, such as Noble Park and Springvale.
The Eastern Treatment Plant of Melbourne Water is an 1,100ha sewage treatment plant, located in the suburb of Bangholme in Victoria, Australia, 31 km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district. The plant's land is bordered by the Patterson River to the north, the Mornington Peninsula Freeway to the west, and the EastLink Tollway to the south and east.
The trail ends at Dandenong Creek in Dandenong South at the Dandenong Creek Trail. The Dandenong Creek Trail then follows the tollway as far as Bangholme. It then heads west, taking users to the National Watersports Complex, Patterson Lakes, Carrum Foreshore, and the Bayside Trail beyond.
EastLink begins at the eastern end of the Eastern Freeway at Springvale Road in Nunawading, before tunnelling eastward towards Ringwood under the Mullum Mullum Creek area. It then travels 40 km south towards Frankston, passing through the suburbs of Wantirna, Wantirna South, Scoresby, Rowville, Mulgrave, Dandenong North, Noble Park, Keysborough, Dandenong South, Bangholme, and Carrum Downs, before ending at the northern end of the Frankston Freeway. The majority of the freeway has three lanes running in each direction, while between Thompson Rd and Frankston Freeway, there are 2 lanes running in each direction.
Eastlink is a Tollway which continues from the Eastern Freeway at Nunawading and goes for 39 kilometres to Frankston Freeway at Carrum Downs. It cost millions of dollars to build. It has 4 lanes between Frankston Freeway and Greens Road, from there it continues as 6 lanes. Eastlink links Frankston to Ringwood. Eastlink's major junctions are the Monash Freeway, Princes Highway, Maroondah Highway, Burwood Highway, Springvale Road and Thompsons Road. The major towns Eastlink passes through are Carrum Downs, Bangholme, Dandenong South, Springvale, Rowville and Ringwood.