Brimbank City Council
When bullock teams camped in the area now known as Keilor on their way to the Ballarat and Castlemaine goldfields during the Gold Rush, little did they know that, in the 21st century, the suburb would become one of the most desirable places in Melbourne’s northwest.
Nestled on the banks of the Maribyrnong River, Keilor offers incredible nature-based explorations for all abilities. Although easily accessible by the Calder Freeway and Western Ring Road, Keilor has a village feel, and a wander down the main street has more in common with a country town than a suburb just 18 kilometres from the city centre.
Bus Number: 476
Starts at the Watergardens Train Station, goes through Keilor Village and finishes up at the Moonee Ponds intersection on Mount Alexander Road.
Keilor Village Pre-school
Keilor Primary School
St Augustine’s Primary School
St Mary Mackillop Primary School
Overnewton Anglican College
Monmia Primary School
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Rent data last updated 19.08.2020 & buy data last updated 03.08.2020
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