The Difference Between Melbourne's Highest & Lowest Earning Suburbs Is Huge

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The Difference Between Melbourne's Highest & Lowest Earning Suburbs Is Huge

Residents of Melbourne's wealthiest suburb earn nearly five times as much as those in Melbourne's poorest. 

A Fairfax Media analysis of Australian Taxation Office figures found people in Melbourne's wealthiest suburb, Toorak, on average take home nearly five times as much as residents in the poorest, Springvale.

Here's the lists:

Melbourne's 10 Highest Earning Suburbs

Toorak - 173,808

Portsea/Blackwarry - 156,669

Brighton - 124,009

Albert Park - 119,353

Malvern/ Kooyong - 115,791

Canterbury - 115,520

East Melbourne - 114,843

Armadale - 107,661

Kew North/Studley Park - 99,748

South Yarra - 98,625

Melbourne's 10 Lowest Earning Suburbs

Springvale - 36,421

Coolaroo/Meadow Heights - 37,593

Broadmeadows/Dallas - 37,610

Doveton - 38,991

St Abans East/Kealba/Kings Park - 39,793

Campbellfield - 40,117

Braybook - 40,139

Frankston North - 40,392

Noble Park - 40,574

Rosebud West - 40,816

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