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Alphington is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 7 km north-east of Melbourne's Central Business District. Its local government area are the Cities of Darebin and Yarra. At the 2016 census, Alphington had a population of 5,080.
It is a primarily residential suburb consisting of mixture of 1970s brick veneer, recently built townhouses as well as period weatherboards. Amcor, a major paper production plant operated in Alphington between 1919 and 2012, after which the land was sold to become a 16.5 hectare residential development. The mill was demolished in 2017. The Chandler Highway runs from Heidelberg Road in Alphington, across a narrow two-lane bridge over the Yarra River. Its total length is less than 2 kilometers, leading to its claim as "the shortest highway in the world".
Alphington shares a postcode with neighbouring suburb Fairfield, and is bounded by the Yarra River in the south and the Darebin Creek in the east.