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Long Drive From Wantirna to Keysborough, Victoria Australia

While Wantina is about 24 km to the main Melbourne CBD, the suburb of Keysborough in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, is about 27 km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district. Wantirna’s local government is the city of Knox while Keysborough’s local government area is the City of Greater Dandenong.

Part’s of Wantirna was named the BUSHY PARK while Keysborough was named after the Keys family who founded the town. Comparing the population between the two suburbs, Wantirna had a population of 13,818 as per 2016 Census while Keysborough has a population of 19,885.

In 1936, Wantirna had a post office called Wantirna South Post Offie while Keysborough’s opened on 27 November 1973 and was known as Noble Park South until 1978.

Today, Wantirna Schools include Wantirna Primary School, Wantirna College, Regency Park Primary School, Templeton Primary School and also St Luke’s Primary School. Including ecently St. Andrew’s Christian College. The suburb of Keysborough has many primary and secondary schools, including the Keysborough campus of Haileybury College to name a few.

Population and Social Conditions
The suburb of Wantirna features lower levels of migrant settlement and cultural diversity, higher levels of English proficiency, substantially greater incomes and lower rates of early school leaving, than Greater Dandenong. Comapred to Keysborough, according to 2011 census report, about 53 per cent of its residents were born overseas, slighty lower than the greater dandenong area.