Mickleham is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 29 km north of Melbourne's central business district, beyond the Urban Growth Boundary.
- Area:54.726 km2
- Elevation:274 m
- Local Government Area:Hume City Council
Mickleham is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 29 km north of Melbourne's central business district, beyond the Urban Growth Boundary. Its local government area is the City of Hume. At the 2016 Census, Mickleham had a population of 3,142.The number of dwellings in Mickleham is forecast to grow from 1,090 in 2016 to 8,221 in 2026 with an estimated population of 14,210.Mickleham is located north of Yuroke, on Mickleham Road.
Mickleham Post Office opened on 1 February 1862 and closed in 1967. To the west of the locality a Konagaderrer office opened in 1913 as settlement took place along Deep Creek but closed in 1920. This area is now known as Konagaderra Springs.
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Currently there are 7 estates under development in Mickleham with plans of housing, schools, child care, huge city centre and a business park on Donnybrook Road between Mickleham Road and Hume Fwy. These estates are
Merrifield, The Woods, Annadale, Waratah and already developed Trillium.
Mickleham has a primary school which is located at the corner of Mickleham Road and Mount Ridley Road. Next to the primary school is the community centre and tennis courts.
Mickleham also has a P-12 grammar school on Mount Ridley Road named Hume Anglican Grammar School. It is co-educational and features two basketball/tennis courts, a soccer pitch and an Australian rules football ground.
The town also hosts Mickleham Post Entry Quarantine Facility, the quarantine facility for all animals and plants entering the country, which must be placed in quarantine according to Australian quarantine regulations.
The quarantine facility is located on Donnybrook Road, close to Hume Highway.