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Mirrabooka is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Stirling. Mirrabooka is an Aboriginal name for the constellation most commonly known as the Southern Cross.In the early stages of development of the suburb, it was originally considered as an extension of Girrawheen, and Nollamara. In the 1980s and 1990s the suburb expanded rapidly with the subdivision of bushland, on which housing developments have been built, especially north of Yirrigan Drive.
The Mirrabooka Square shopping centre, which originally opened in 1979, has since received a number of expansions. A police station near the shopping centre was opened in 1998, and was expanded in 2015.
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