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Malvern, a residential suburb 8 km south-east of Melbourne, lies between Gardiners Creek on its north and Dandenong Road on its south. It extends eastwards from Glenferrie Road, Toorak, to Tooronga Road. It was also a municipality until 1994.
The first European settler in the district was John Gardiner, pastoral overlander from Yass, New South Wales, in 1835. His homestead was probably in the vicinity of the Kooyong railway station, near the Kooyong Koot or Gardiners Creek. One authority places the homestead at the corner of Elizabeth Street and Toorak Road (Malvern) whilst there is a memorial outside Scotch College, Glenferrie Road (Hawthorn) north of the creek. Gardiner's name was given to Gardiners Creek Road (now Toorak Road), the creek, to a locality and railway station to the east, and to the original shire which was renamed Malvern in 1878.