Scoresby, Victoria 

 

Scoresby is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 26 km south-east of the Melbourne CBD. Its local government area is the Cities of Brimbank and Kingston.

It was established during the Victorian gold rush as a township for miners in the area. It is an eastern suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 6 km east of the Melbourne central business district. Its Local Government Area is the City of Moreland. At the 2006 Census, Scoresby had a population of 7,426. Scoresby has no railway station. A pedestrian and cycle path along the Upfield railway line leads to Upfield station.

Scoresby is named after William Scoresby, the Yorkshire-born Arctic explorer and whaler. He came to Australia in 1842 and pioneered the Australian whale fishery. He worked with Alexander Berry on land which he named Scoresby. He later moved to the United States and died in New Bedford, Massachusetts on 12 December 1857.

The suburb was the site of the famous Scoresby incident, a UFO sighting in December 1965. Two young girls, Vicki Hamilton and Karen Walters told police that they saw a saucer-shaped object flying at tree-top level. It is located about 10km from the center of Melbourne. It is a residential suburb consisting of primarily single-story housing. The main shopping center is located on the corner of Glenferrie Road and Warrigal Road and is serviced by regular Melbourne bus routes.

It is in the local government area of the City of Manningham. Scoresby is a mainly residential suburb with some light industry. Scoresby has an Australian Rules football team, The Scoresby Spiders, competing in the Eastern Football League.

Scoresby is a relatively new town of approximately 10 000 people. It began as a housing estate and has gradually developed into a community. It is located in the northern suburbs, 22 km from the CBD.

Scoresby is best known as the home of the Melbourne Stars baseball team (formerly known as the Melbourne Aces). The star attraction of this new suburb is the development of the Myers Reserve into a community hub with a village green. A cricket ground, netball courts, a recreation park, and netball courts are also planned for the reserve.

The Myers Reserve is a great place for the whole family and is just a stone’s throw from the new Scoresby train station.

The city is known for the Scoresby sporting precinct which is located at the foothills of Mount Wellington.

This is a very large precinct that houses four ovals, two hockey pitches, two basketball courts, two tennis courts, and two cricket nets. The ground was named after the famous cricketer, Edward William Spencer-Churchill, 9th Duke of Marlborough.
The sporting precinct is home to the representative teams of the club and is used by the various sporting bodies of the city. The organization of the sporting association is done by the sport and recreation department

This real estate is a little piece of Australia in a burg in Wisconsin. Instead of being a typical city, with a business district and Main Street, Scoresby is a small town, and you can even drive through the central business district. It even has its own native Aussie population.

If you are wondering how to get from Boronia to Scoresby, the answer is frustratingly simple.

Currently, there is no train that runs directly from Boronia to Scoresby. The most direct way to get from Boronia to Scoresby is by using either the number 801, 803, 805, or 807 train to Huntingdale station. From here you can catch the number 818 train to Scoresby station.

If you are planning to move to Scoresby, you should take the time to do your research before you book a removalist. Scoresby has located 35km to the south of Melbourne and is an attractive suburb with a population of close to 6,000.