Fitzroy

Fitzroy History and Today

State:  VIC

Post Code:  3065

Population:  10,445

Location:  VIC, 3065

LGA:  City of Yarra

State Electorate:  Richmond

Federal Division:  Melbourne

Surrounding Suburbs

History

The area that is now known as Fitzroy and Collingwood was part of the territory of the country of the Woiwurrung people of the Kulin nation. The area that is now known as Fitzroy was the land of the Wurundjeri people.


Fitzroy was Melbourne's first suburb, created in 1839 when the area between Melbourne and Alexandra Parade (originally named Newtown)[8] was subdivided into vacant lots and offered for sale.

Newtown was later renamed Collingwood, and the area now called Fitzroy (west of Smith Street) was made a ward of the Melbourne City Council. On 9 September 1858, Fitzroy became a municipality in its own right, separate from the City of Melbourne. In accordance with the Municipal Act, on 28 September 1858, a meeting of ratepayers was held in 'Mr Templeton's schoolroom, George street' to prepare for a local council election, with Dr Thomas Embling, MLA for Collingwood, presiding.The council election took place two days later and the first councilors were; Thomas Rae, George Symons, Edward Langton, Henry Groom, Benjamin Bell, Edwin Bennett and Thomas Hargreave. The first council meeting, held after the declaration of election, was at the Exchange Hotel, George Street, and Symons was unanimously elected chair.


Surrounded as it was by a large number of factories and industrial sites in the adjoining suburbs, Fitzroy was ideally suited to working men's housing, and from the 1860s to the 1880s, Fitzroy's working class population rose dramatically. The area's former mansions became boarding houses and slums, and the heightened poverty of the area prompted the establishment of several charitable, religious and philanthropic organisations in the area over the next few decades. A notable local entrepreneur was Macpherson Robertson, whose confectionery factories engulfed several blocks and stand as heritage landmarks today.



Victoria Parade, Fitzroy, 1935

The Fitzroy Gasworks was erected on Reilly Street (now Alexander Parade) in 1861, dominating the suburb, with the Gasometer Hotel located opposite. The population of Fitzroy in 1901 was 31,610.


The establishment of the Housing Commission of Victoria in 1938 saw swathes of new residences being constructed in Melbourne's outer suburbs. With many of Fitzroy's residents moving to the new accommodation, their places were taken by post-war immigrants, mostly from Italy and Greece and the influx of Italian and Irish immigrants saw a marked shift towards Catholicism from Fitzroy's traditional Methodist and Presbyterian roots. The Housing Commission would build two public housing estates in Fitzroy in the 1960s; one in Hanover Street and one at the southern end of Brunswick Street.


Before World War I, Fitzroy was a working-class neighbourhood, with a concentration of political radicals already living there. Postwar immigration into the suburb resulted in the area becoming socially diverse. Many working-class Chinese immigrants settled in Fitzroy due to its proximity to Chinatown. There is also a noticeable Vietnamese community, a small enclave of Africans, and the area (particularly Johnston Street) also serves as a centre of Melbourne's Hispanic community, with many Spanish and Latin American-themed restaurants, clubs, bars and some stores.


The Fitzroy Magistrates' Court closed on 1 February 1985.


Like other inner-city suburbs of Melbourne, Fitzroy underwent a process of gentrification during the 1980s and 1990s. The area's manufacturing and warehouse sites were converted into apartments, and the corresponding rising rents in Fitzroy saw many of the area's residents move to Northcote and Brunswick. In June 1994, the City of Yarra was created by combining the Cities of Fitzroy, Collingwood and Richmond.

Commercial Area

Fitzroy has a large number of pubs for such a small suburb. The former Devonshire Arms hotel was located in Fitzroy Street and remains the oldest building in Fitzroy. There are many other pubs in Fitzroy.

The tiny suburb of Fitzroy has many cafés. Only one of the original three cafés is still standing – Marios. Bakers relocated north, and closed in 2007, while The Black Cat has transformed itself into a bar, but still retains its onstreet garden. In fact Silas is the oldest café, located between King William and Moore Streets, on the west side. With the advance of gentrification, a variety of cafés in different styles have opened up and down Brunswick Street, on Smith Street, parts of Gertrude Street and in some of the back streets, in former milk bars and warehouse sites.

Transport

Fitzroy's major road arterials are Brunswick Street (north-south) and Johnston Street (east-west). Other main roads include Victoria Parade, Nicholson Street, Smith Street and Alexandra Parade, which circumnavigate the suburb. It is characterised by a fairly tightly spaced rectangular grid of medium-sized streets, with many of its narrow streets and back lanes facilitating only one-way traffic. Traffic and parking congestion is a problem and Fitzroy and local councils have implemented strategies to keep this traffic off residential side streets. It has been the site of several controversial inner city freeway proposals, particularly in the 1950s, however none of which have proceeded.

There are no railway stations located in Fitzroy itself, with the nearest train stations being Rushall in Fitzroy North, and Collingwood and Parliament Stations. An underground railway line running between the City Loop and Clifton Hill, with stations located beneath Brunswick Street and Smith Street, has been proposed.


Three tram lines pass through Fitzroy or its boundaries:


Route 86 (Bundoora – Docklands): travels along Nicholson Street, Gertrude Street and Smith Street.

Route 96 (East Brunswick – St Kilda): travels along Nicholson Street.

Route 11 (West Preston – Victoria Harbour Docklands): bisects Fitzroy along Brunswick Street.

The St Vincents Plaza tram interchange, in adjacent East Melbourne, is at the junction of Victoria Parade and Brunswick Street and handles tram routes 24, 30, 86, 109 and 11.



Critical Mass Melbourne at Brunswick Street

Cycling is a very popular form of transport in Fitzroy, as with much of the City of Yarra. A station for the Melbourne Bicycle Share scheme is located near the St Vincents Plaza tram interchange.


The City of Yarra also supports a car sharing service, which has several locations in Fitzroy.

Population Demographics

In the 2016 Australian Census conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Fitzroy had a population of 10,445. The median age (33) was younger than the national average (38), while the median weekly individual income (AU$925 per week) was higher than the national average (AU$662). Only 24.9% of Fitzroy's population are married, compared to 48.1% nationwide.


53.3% of people were born in Australia. The most common countries of birth were England 3.9%, Vietnam 3.3%, New Zealand 2.9%, China 2.7% and United States of America 1.2%. 61.0% of people only spoke English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Vietnamese 4.1%, Mandarin 2.5%, Cantonese 2.1%, Arabic 2.0% and Greek 1.6%.


The most common response for religion was No Religion at 48.2%

Cultural events

Dancing on the street

Now in its 44th year, The Fiesta continues to celebrate Hispanic Latin American Culture with thanks to the support of the City of Yarra and the thousands who flock every year to Johnston Street to participate and celebrate in this fabulous two-day event.

Notable Residents

Sir Doug Nicholls

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Sir Doug Nicholls

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Francis Edwin Birtles

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Francis Edwin Birtles

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Jack Cooper

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Jack Cooper

John Thomas "Jack" Cooper (21 February 1889 – 20 September 1917) was an Australian rules footballer who played for Fitzroy in the Victorian Football League (VFL).


He was killed on the Menin Road Ridge whilst serving in the First AIF during the Battle of Passchendaele.

Brody Dalle

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Bruce Dawe

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Bruce Dawe

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Alfred Deakin

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Arthur Drakeford

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Florrie Forde

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Florrie Forde

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E. Phillips Fox

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Keith Hancock

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Keith Hancock

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Neil Harvey

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Neil Harvey

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Merv Harvey

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Ray Harvey

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Ray Harvey

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Mick Harvey

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Donald Alaster Macdonald

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Bertram Mackennal

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Mary MacKillop

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Laurie Nash

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Laurie Nash

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Bert Newton

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Charles Nuttall

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Charles Nuttall

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Jack O'Hagan

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Jack O'Hagan

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Henry Handel Richardson

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Ben Simmons

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Alma Thorpe

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Frank S. Williamson

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Anne Phelan

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Tony Birch

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Tony Birch

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Places of Worship

VIC, FITZROY, 3065 King William St
  • Phone: (03) 9419 4349
  • Name: All Saints Parish
    Levels: Directories
    Heritage Listings
    Groups of Worship
    Christianity

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    Heritage Listings

    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 201, Napier St
  • Phone: (03) 9205 5446
  • Name: Fitzroy Town Hall
    Levels: Directories
    Heritage Listings

    Attention Schedule

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    Descriptions

    Fitzroy Town Hall is a civic building located in Napier Street in Fitzroy, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. It was constructed in two separate stages. The first consisted of a hall and tower which was designed by William J. Ellis and built in 1873.

    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 385, Gore St
  • Phone: 13 13 18
  • Name: Australia Post - Fitzroy Business Centre
    Levels: Directories
    Heritage Listings

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    MON 12:00 AM -
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    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 Brunswick Street, Edinburgh Gardens
    Name: Fitzroy Cricket Club Grandstand
    Levels: Directories
    Heritage Listings

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    Descriptions

    Built 1888, at the high point of the boom, the Fitzroy Grandstand is one of only three surviving grandstands that predate the great depression of the 1890s. It is one of the last works in the long and distinguished career of Nathaniel Billing, then practising as N Billing & Son. It is not of the grand scale of the City Oval, Ballarat, but despite the alterations to the change rooms under the tiered seating it still retains its form and detail elsewhere.

    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 222, NICHOLSON STREET
    Name: AVON BUTTER FACTORY
    Levels: Directories
    Heritage Listings

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    Hospital - Medical Centre

    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 160, Brunswick St
  • Phone: (03) 9415 9523
  • Name: Fitzroy Maternal & Child Health Centre
    Levels: Directories
    Hospitals & Medical Centres

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    Parks Recreation

    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 Alexandra Parade
  • Phone: (03) 9205 5555
  • Name: Smith Reserve
    Levels: Directories
    Parks and Recreation

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    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 29, Bell St
    Name: Frank King Park
    Levels: Directories
    Parks and Recreation

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    Education

    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 319, George St
  • Phone: (03) 9417 4222
  • Name: Fitzroy Primary School
    Levels: Directories
    Education
    Primary School

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    Sporting Clubs & Teams

    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 Brunswick, ST, Edinburgh Gardens, FITZROY TENNIS CLUB
  • Phone: 0422 947 212
  • Name: Racquet Lab
    Levels: Directories
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    Tennis Court

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    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 160, Alexandra Parade
  • Phone: (03) 9205 5522
  • Name: Fitzroy Swimming Pool
    Levels: Directories
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    Sporting Venues
    Sporting Clubs & Teams
    Aquatic Centre

    Attention Schedule

    MON 06:00 AM - 09:00 PM
    TUE 08:00 AM - 06:00 PM
    WED 06:00 AM - 09:00 PM
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    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 3D, 433, Smith, ST
  • Phone: 0430 390 301
  • Name: Australian Cheerleading
    Levels: Directories
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    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 185, Gold, ST
  • Phone: 0407 364 286
  • Name: Pace Taekwondo
    Levels: Directories
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    VIC, FITZROY, 3065 184, Gertrude, ST
  • Phone: (03) 9416 4255
  • Name: Melbourne Aboriginal Youth Sport & Recreation
    Levels: Directories
    Sporting Venues

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