Bentleigh Electorate Crossword Answers

June 2020 Crossword

ACROSS:

4. The name of the local book shop on Centre Road in Bentleigh: BENNS

8. The number of level crossings removed in the Bentleigh electorate in 2016: THREE

9. A ______ once stood on the corner of Centre Road and Nicholson Street: CINEMA

11. The name of my dog. It starts with H and ends with D: HAROLD

13. The closest major shopping centre to Hampton East: SOUTHLAND

15. The name of the bar next to the Bentleigh Rotunda: SONDER

17. This TAFE has a campus in Moorabbin: HOLMESGLEN

19. The number of brothers who operate a brewery on Joyner Street: TWO

20. The hospital on Centre Road: MOORABBIN

21. The local council area that most overlaps with the Bentleigh electorate: GLEN EIRA

23. Bentleigh is named after Thomas… BENT

DOWN:

1. The medal former local Olympian Gael Mulhall won: BRONZE

2. Another word for area and a fine brewer of coffee on Brewer Road: DISTRICT

3. The park which is third in line to the British throne: KING GEORGE

5. The nickname of the McKinnon Hotel: MACCA

6. Largest school within 3204 postcode: MCKINNON

7. A place of worship and also a road in our electorate: CHAPEL

10. The closest university to Bentleigh: MONASH

12. The name of the park on Jasper Road in Ormond: JOYCE

14. The number of schools in the Bentleigh electorate: TWENTY

16. The number of premierships our local AFL team has won: ONE

18. The name of the famous pioneer family in the area (Hint: They were market gardeners): MARRIOTT

22. The nut you can find on Wheatley Road: ALL

August 2020 Crossword

ACROSS:

3. The name of Bentleigh Electorate’s only golf course: YARRA YARRA

8. The name of the famous artist who lived in nearby Murrumbeena: BOYD

9. Which former Soviet spies lived secretly in East Bentleigh until their deaths? Mr and Mrs PETROV

10. The last remaining level crossing in the Bentleigh electorate is on which road? WICKHAM

14. The suburb in the Bentleigh electorate with the least number of letters: ORMOND

15. The next closest level crossing to the Bentleigh electorate to be removed by the Andrews Government: GLEN HUNTLY

17. Which suburb once hosted a secret wireless receiving station during the second World War? MOORABBIN

19. What once stood on the site of the service station on Centre Road? SCHOOL

20. The area between East Boundary Road and the bay was yielding more of which fruit than the rest of Australia in the 1850s? GRAPES

21. The first female Mayor of the old City of Moorabbin. A local sports pavilion is named after her. JULIECOOPER

23. The surname of the AFL premiership coach who played for St Peter’s Football Club. Also, another word for drink. BEVERIDGE

DOWN:

1. The only road in Bentleigh that starts with the letter ‘U’: UONGA

2. Prior to 2000, Hampton East was known as _______ MOORABBIN WEST

4. The 1983 Stawell Gift winner came from Bentleigh. What was his name? DALLAS OBRIEN

5. Prior to 1882, the current Frankston line ceased at which train station? MORDIALLOC

6. Bentleigh Hodgson Reserve was once used as a RACECOURSE

7. You mustn’t leave home without your keys, wallet, phone and which other item? MASK

11. The footy team based in Hampton East are known as which Aussie animal? KANGAROOS

12. Which landmark on Nepean Hwy opened in 1963? TOWN HALL

13. The primary school in East Bentleigh that Nick attended as a child: ST PETERS

16. What school has an item of clothing in its name? COATESVILLE

18. This three-letter word is something that is used for storage and is also a cottage museum at Joyce Park, Ormond: BOX

22. Name of the local market gardening family who paid £41 for four and a half acres of land on the corner of Jasper and Centre roads in 1850? LEES