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Places of interest in and around 3093 Lower Plenty
Viewbank is a suburb in Lower Plenty 3093, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, which was primarily developed around the 1960s. Viewbank Post Office opened on 1 October 1962 and was renamed Banyule in 1969
Simpson Barracks is an Australian Army facility in the suburb of Macleod, Lower Plenty 3093 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.The Simpson Barracks Post Office opened on 31 March 1987 replacing the Macleod office open since 1923, and was closed in 1996.
Edmund Rice Camps (often referred to as ERC or Eddie Rice Camps) is a charitable volunteer organisation, located in Lower Plenty 3093 closely associated with the Congregation of Christian Brothers, and inspired by the work of Edmund Ignatius Rice.