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About Kew

Kew is an inner city suburb of Melbourne, approximately 6km east from Melbourne's Central Building District, The postcode of Kew being 3101. Kew borders along the Yarra River and has many stunning restaurants and gorgeous hotels. Popular restaurants include Centanove, Mister Bianco and Jade Kew Japanese Restaurant and the famous hotel, The Hotel Windsor.

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Kew is a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, in the state of Victoria. It is in the Local Government Area of the City of Boroondara. The suburb borders the Yarra River to the west and north, with Hawthorn to its south and Balwyn to its east.

Kew is one of Melbourne’s most affluent suburbs with a plethora of Victorian and Art Deco mansions graced by stunning gardens set back from tree-lined streets, such as Raheen. This is also reflected in house prices where the price of a home is more than twice the metropolitan Melbourne average. There is abundant parkland in the suburb including Yarra Bend and Studley parks. City of Boroondara achieves the highest score of all Melbourne municipal areas on the SEIFA index of disadvantage compiled by the Australian Bureau of statistics (the lower the score, the more disadvantage).

John Hodgson established a squatters run at Studley Park on the eastern bank of the Yarra River in 1840. Studley House, also known as Burke Hall, built in 1857, was named after Hodgson's birthplace of Studley, Yorkshire, and the house is now on the Register of the National Estate. The house was built in the Victorian Period Italianate Revival style. Modifications were made to the house in 1875 and 1919. The house was also owned by former bookmaker, ALP lobbyist, influential Irish-Catholic and millionaire, John Wren, and now belongs to Xavier College. It illustrates the importance of a residence in indicating success and status in nineteenth and early twentieth century Melbourne society.

In 1851 Crown land sales occurred in the area. One of the purchasers, Nicholas Fenwick, subdivided his land and named streets after English statesmen, with the subdivision being called Kew. The area quickly became a sought-after suburb for the well-to-do in the colony of Melbourne.

Access to Kew was originally via Bridge Road Richmond crossing the Hawthorn Bridge to Burwood Road, until the Johnston Street bridge was built in 1858.



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