Named after James Scullin 1876–1953, Prime Minister of Australia 1929–32.
Scullin covers an area of approximately 101 sq km from Epping in the west to Greensborough and Diamond Creek in the east. The main suburbs include Lalor, Mill Park, Thomastown, Watsonia North and parts of Bundoora, Diamond Creek, Epping, Greensborough, Plenty, South Morang and Yarrambat.
Manufacturing, including automotive components, clothing and textiles, metal products; light industrial; food processing, packaging and distribution; health and education.
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