The Facts: Waterways describes the area which is made up of man-made wetlands and lakes in the middle of the residential estate.
Waterways is bounded by Governor Road in the north, Springvale Road in the east, Mordialloc Creek in the south, and the suburb of Braeside in the west.
Settlement of the area dates from the mid-1800s, with land used mainly for farming and grazing. Population was minimal until 2000.
It is in the state electorate district of Keysborough and in the federal electorate division of Isaacs.
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