Stoneville, Western Australia

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PerthWestern Australia
Stoneville is located in Perth
Coordinates31°52′41″S 116°10′08″E / 31.878°S 116.169°E / -31.878; 116.169Coordinates: 31°52′41″S 116°10′08″E / 31.878°S 116.169°E / -31.878; 116.169
Population2,837 (2006 census)[1]
LGA(s)Shire of Mundaring
State electorate(s)Swan Hills
Federal Division(s)Pearce
Suburbs around Stoneville:
Parkerville Stoneville Mount Helena
Mundaring Mundaring Sawyers Valley

Stoneville is a suburb east of Perth in the Shire of Mundaring, Western Australia. It is named after Sir Albert Edward Stone, who was Chief Justice of Western Australia when the place was named in 1905. The name was chosen by the local residents who were developing the district for fruit growing. The town's population is 2,050, with a median age of 36 years and 7.1% of residents aged over 65.

In a bushfire in January 2014 a considerable number of houses were destroyed[2]


  1. ^ Australian Bureau of Statistics (25 October 2007). "Stoneville (State Suburb)". 2006 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 2008-10-05.
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Further reading[edit]

  • Elliot, Ian (1983). Mundaring - A History of the Shire (2nd ed.). Mundaring: Mundaring Shire. ISBN 0-9592776-0-9.
  • Spillman, Ken (2003). Life was meant to be here: community and local government in the Shire of Mundaring. Mundaring: Mundaring Shire. ISBN 0-9592776-3-3.

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