Kilsyth South 


Kilsyth South is a small township about a 1/4 of a mile south of Kilsyth. It has a population of just over 2,000 people and is within the City of Hume in the state of Victoria, Australia. Kilsyth South is located close to the Hume Freeway and has easy access to the Hume Weir and the Kilsyth Airport.

It is a town in the Shire of Nillumbik and is located 45 km north of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. At the 2006 Census, Kilsyth had a population of 10,865.

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Kilsyth South, Victoria, Australia is a suburb of Melbourne. It is the westernmost of Melbourne’s northern suburbs, but the easternmost suburb in Melbourne. Kilsyth South is bounded on the east by Kilsyth Victoria Road, on the south by Lake Kilsyth, on the west by Devlin Avenue, and on the north by the Darebin Creek.

Highlights of Kilsyth South, Victoria. The area is a bit off the beaten track, but worth a visit if you’re in the area. This photo essay covers a 3.5km walk from Kilsyth South Railway Station to the Railway Bridge, and back again.

Kilsyth South is a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. It is located in the City of Knox local government area, 20 km northeast of Melbourne’s Central Business District. It is a primarily residential suburb, with an elevation of approximately 200 meters above sea level. Kilsyth South offers a peaceful, leafy environment with easy access to the city, and is especially attractive to those seeking a ‘tree change’ lifestyle. It is particularly popular with young families, with a large number of couples and singles. Neighboring suburbs include Kilsyth, Kilsyth North, Keilor, Keilor Park, and Keilor Heights. The Knox City Council’s plan for the future of Kilsyth South is to preserve its quiet,

I know when the general public thinks of a town named Kilsyth South they think it is not of some importance or it is just another suburb. However, if you were to take a closer look in and around the suburb you would see how beautiful this place is.

The entire area is steeped in gold mining history and memorabilia, the highlight being the amazing Big River Gold Mining Museum. The museum has a Super Pit, a large-scale replica of a real mine shaft that was once open for tours and features an underground tour. The museum also has a great collection of memorabilia, old cars, and horse-drawn carts, plus some really interesting information on the history of gold mining in Australia.

If you are looking for the best and the easiest way to get from Boronia to Kilsyth South, Victoria, you should consider booking a transfer from SkippySedan to do the job for you. A transfer from Boronia to Kilsyth South, Victoria will cost you about $33.00 if you book it in advance. The price may vary depending on the season and availability. You should also consider that you will have to pay for the SkippySedan driver and the gas. Boronia is located in the municipality of Boronia, in the state of Victoria.