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Overview St Helena, a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, covers an area of 1.8 square kilometres. It had a population of 2,923 (2016 census). St Helena is neighboured by the suburbs of Diamond Creek, Greensborough, Etham North, Etham, and Briar Hill.
St Helena is 21 kilometres northeast of the Melbourne city centre. It is within the local government area of the City of Banyule.
Living in St Helena St Helena is mainly a residential suburb. Its shopping centre- St Helena Marketplace, consists of small retailers and the Woolworths Supermarket. There are also medical clinics and a Veterinary in the suburb.
Schools in St Helena include the Glen Katherine Primary School, Holy Trinity Primary School, Plenty Valley International Montessori School, and St Helena Secondary College. Diamond Valley Library in Greensborough is the nearest public library.
History of St Helena St Helena was first settled by Anthony Beale, who lived on Saint Helena, an island in the Atlantic Ocean, before he migrated to Australia. He purchased land on the area that is now St Helena. The major residential development in St Helena started in the 1980s.
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