Thomastown is a northern suburb 17 km and 30 minutes' drive from the Melbourne CBD. It is named after John Honniball Thomas who bought 106 acres land with Mary nee Hartell family.
In the old days, this area attracted lots of farmers and horse-racing. Today, Thomastown has a strip shopping centre in High Street parallel to the Thomastown Railway Station which has direct link to the city via South Morang metro services. The stations has been upgraded in recent years to 2 platforms with 310 parking spaces and a brand new pedestrian overpass to cross over the railway tracks.
Thomastown has 5 sporting ovals scattered to each side of the suburb and the Thomastown East Recreational Reserve is located just off Rowen Street. Thomastown Secondary College is located on the main street, adjacent to Thomastown West Primary School, Thomastown Recreational and Aquatic Centre and Thomastown Library.
In terms of accessibility, besides the railway station, Thomastown is also connected by Metropolitan Ring Road in the south and Hume Freeway in its west.
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