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Inglewood is an inner-city suburb of Perth, Western Australia in the local government area of the City of Stirling.
With a name thought to have been derived from the Norwegian barque Inglewood (its late nineteenth century voyage was mentioned in The West Australian on 24 May 1904), the suburb of Inglewood began when land was first granted to John Gregory in 1831. It is also plausible to derive that the suburb was named after the Inglewood Gold rush region of California given the suburb was developed during the gold boom era of the 1890s by a company calling itself Gold Estates of Australia. E.W. Hammer named part of the estate "Inglewood Estate" in 1895.
Regarded as part of Maylands in the early years, Inglewood was initially developed by a company called Gold Estates of Australia and a section now referred to as The Avenues was the first to be subdivided. This development included land from the railway line to North Street and eventually through to Eleventh Avenue and Dundas Road; the later subdivision was named Inglewood Estate.
Coordinates: 31.917°S 115.883°E
Area: 2.9 km2 (1.1 sq mi)
Location: 5 km (3 mi) NE of Perth CBD
Suburbs around Inglewood:
Yokine, Dianella, Bedford, Menora, Inglewood, Bayswater, Mount Lawley, Mount Lawley, Maylands