- Glen Huntly, Victoria
Infobox Australian Place | type = suburb
name = Glen Huntly
city = Melbourne
state = vic
lga = City of Glen Eira
postcode = 3163
pop = 4085 (2006)Census 2006 AUS | id = SSC21297 | name = Glen Huntly (State Suburb) | accessdate = 2007-09-26 | quick = on]
area = 0.9
propval = $625,000 [ [http://www.domain.com.au/public/suburbprofile.aspx?suburb=Glen%20Huntly&postcode=3163 Glen Huntly] , accessed 21 January 2008]
stategov = Caulfield, Oakleigh
fedgov = Goldstein, Melbourne Ports
dist1 = 13
near-nw = Caulfield
near-n = Caulfield East
near-ne = Carnegie
near-w = Caulfield South
near-e = Carnegie
near-sw = Caulfield South
near-s = Ormond
near-se = Ormond
Glen Huntly is a suburb in
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Its Local Government Area is the City of Glen Eira. The suburb was known until recently as "Glenhuntly". It has since had its name changed to reflect the history of the ship it is named after.
It is a small suburb, approximately 1 km from north to south and 800 metres east to west at its widest point. Its borders are
Neerim Roadin the north, Booran Roadin the west, Grange Roadin the east and Woodville Avenueand Oakleigh Roadin the south.
Glen Huntly is named after a ship, the "Glen Huntly", that arrived in Port Phillip Bay in 1840, after setting off from Greenock, Scotland. She was carrying 190 new immigrants, skilled manual labourers who were heading for the new colony settled in Melbourne. Fever, most likely typhoid, struck the ship mid journey and only 50 people survived to reach Port Phillip Bay. The "Glen Huntly" was forced to land at Little Red Bluff (now
Point Ormond) and Victoria's first quarantine station was formed to deal with the crisis. Supplies and provisions were brought down what became known as Glen Huntly Road. Frank Penhalluriackis notable for opening his Glen Huntly hardware store outside of legislated trading hours. Penhalluriack's actions eventually led to a dramatic change in retail trading laws in Victoria, Australia.
Glen Huntly encompasses the Glenhuntly train station.
City of Caulfield- the former local government area of which Glen Huntly was a part.
*Murray, Peter R. & Wells, John C. (1980) "Sand, Swamp and Heath – A History Of Caulfield". City of Caulfield. ISBN 0-9598392-6-7
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