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Essendon Airport The area of the airport was originally known as St Johns, after an early landowner. The airport was proclaimed by the Commonwealth Government in 1921, as Essendon Aerodrome. For some time prior to proclamation, the aerodrome had been used by the Victorian Chapter of the Australian Aero Club (renamed the Royal Victorian Aero Club), having initially been based at Point Cook. The Aero Club remained at Essendon until the late 1940s when it transferred to Moorabbin Airport.
Essendon Airport A variety of aircraft were used through Essendon in the 1960s – Lockheed L-188 Electras; Vickers Viscounts; Fokker F27 Friendships; Douglas DC-3s, DC-4s, and DC-6s; de Havilland Comets, and from 1964, Boeing 727s. Douglas DC-9s were introduced later in the decade.
Essendon Airport On 3 September 1986, a Cessna 402 air ambulance aircraft crashed shortly after taking off from Essendon airport with six on board. All six were killed after the aircraft burst into flames upon crashing to the ground in what is today the suburb of Gowanbrae.
Essendon Airport On 3 December 1993, a de Havilland DH.104 Dove on a charter dinner flight crashed in a suburban street shortly after taking off from the airport with ten people on board. Five occupants of the aircraft suffered serious injuries and the other five occupants; and one person on the ground; suffered minor injuries. Six houses were damaged in the crash.
Essendon, Victoria Essendon and the banks of the Maribyrnong River were originally inhabited by the Wurundjeri clan of the Woiwurrung speaking people of the Kulin Aboriginal nation.
Essendon, Victoria Essendon was named after the village of Essendon in Hertfordshire, England. Richard Green, who arrived in Victoria in the 1850s and settled near Melbourne, was a native of Essendon, Hertfordshire, where his father Isaac Green was either owner or tenant of Essendon Mill, and he bestowed the name of his native village on the district in which he had made his new home.
Essendon, Victoria In the 1880s, the local Council resisted industrial development in the form of cattle saleyards and brickworks, out of concern for pollution of the Maribyrnong River. Instead it embarked on a program to create, in its upper reaches, a playground for rowers, fishermen and swimmers.
Essendon, Victoria In 1906 the North Melbourne Electric Tramway and Lighting Company opened its electric tramway system linking Essendon with the city. The company also supplied electric power to the neighbouring suburbs from its power station on Mount Alexander Road, near the intersection with South Street.
Essendon, Victoria In Essendon 73.0% of people were born in Australia. The most common countries of birth were India 3.9%, Italy 3.2%, England 1.8%, China (excludes SARs and Taiwan) 1.2% and New Zealand 1.2%.
Essendon, Victoria The seat of Essendon in the Victorian Legislative Assembly is based on the suburb. The current state member is Danny Pearson, for the Australian Labor Party.