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The suburb name Malaga is taken from Malaga Road. This road and three others with unusual names, Truganina, Uganda and Camboon, were surveyed here in 1894. Malaga may be named after the city of Malaga in Spain, or after the Aboriginal word malaga which is the word for ironstone. When the area was promoted by Peet and Co in the 1930's, that company stated the name was of Spanish origin, but there is no evidence to support this is the origin. It was approved as suburb name in 1969.
Covering an area of 660 hectares, Malaga is located just 13 kilometres from the Perth CBD. Since its commencement in the mid 1980’s, Malaga has grown to a point where there are now more than 3,000 businesses providing employment for 15,500 workers and is primarily an industrial precinct.
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