ⓘ City of Hawthorn

City of Hawthorn

ⓘ City of Hawthorn

The City of Hawthorn was a local government area about 4 kilometres east of Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria, Australia, on the southeast bank of the Yarra River. The city covered an area of 9.71 square kilometres, and existed from 1860 until 1994.

  • of the former City of Hawthorn Melbourne. Sam Coffa s first weightlifting competition was at the Hawthorn Boys Club Annual Display at the Hawthorn Town
  • krəˈtiːɡəs commonly called hawthorn quickthorn, thornapple, May - tree, whitethorn, or hawberry, is a genus of several hundred species of shrubs and trees in
  • amalgamation of the City of Kew, City of Hawthorn and the City of Camberwell. The mayor is elected by councillors yearly at a full council meeting. City of Boroondara
  • The Hawthorn Bridge is a wrought iron truss bridge across the Yarra River, 5 kilometres 3.1 mi east of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The bridge connects
  • 1853 in the Gulf Coast Cottage style by Joshua K. Hawthorn It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on May 21, 1984, based on its architectural
  • poorly known species of hawthorn that is endemic to Alabama, and first recorded from Russell County there, in the Southern United States of North America. In
  • now a historic house museum. Robert Hawthorn Kitson was born into a wealthy family, the eldest son of John Hawthorn Kitson and Jessie Ellershaw. His grandfather
  • proclaimed a city on 10 March 1921. On 22 June 1994, the City of Kew was abolished, and, along with the Cities of Camberwell and Hawthorn was merged into
  • between the Hawthorn Football Club and the Sydney Swans at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 29 September 2012. It was the 116th annual grand final of the Australian
  • stadium located in Hawthorn a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It is the historic home of and is synonymous with, the Hawthorn Football Club, who

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