Bundoora is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 16 km north of Melbourne's Central Business District. The word Bundoora is derived from "Kelbundoora", the name of a 19th-century Wurundjeri tribesman.
The Bundoora area was originally inhabited by the Kurnaj-berring tribe of the Wurundjeri clan. Europeans first arrived in the Bundoora area, known at the time as the Parish of Keelbundora, in 1835. The land for surveyed in 1837 by William Wedge-Drake to allow for the sale of land. The land was purchased by well-off individuals and land speculators who resold the land within a few months, this time in blocks of 40 to 120 hectares (100 to 300 acres). It was primarily used for sheep grazing and grain production.
In 1899 John Matthew Vincent Smith, a well known horse breeder, purchased a 242-hectare (600-acre) property known as "Bundoora Park".
Bundoora according to Census 2011
The median/average age of the people in Bundoora is 35 years of age.
58.6% of people living in the suburb of Bundoora were born in Australia.
54.3% of people living in Bundoora speak English only.
Ivanhoe according to Census 2011
The median/average age of the people in Ivanhoe is 38 years of age.
71.1% of people living in the suburb of Ivanhoe were born in Australia.
74.4% of people living in Ivanhoe speak English only.
MacLeod according to Census
The median/average age of the people in Macleod is 38 years of age.
71.5% of people living in the suburb of Macleod were born in Australia.
73.7% of people living in Macleod speak English only.
Dwellings by Postcodes
Notes: Dwellings count is from Census 2011