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Somerville is a township and coastal rural locality in Victoria, Australia, 53 km southeast from Melbourne's CBD, as a part of the urban enclave on Western Port comprising Somerville, Hastings, Bittern, Crib Point, and Tyabb. Its local government area is the Shire of Mornington Peninsula. It is served by Somerville railway station on the Stony Point Line, as well as a bus service to Frankston. Yaringa Marina, east of the township, offers boat access to Western Port.
Originally an orchard town Somerville has experienced significant population growth over the last twenty years, with an expanding residential area surrounding its retail and commercial hub. The town centre is split by a railway line giving Somerville a vast shopping district, as well as a rather unique roundabout. There are many parks and playgrounds scattered throughout the township, with the two major ones being the Jones Road Oval and the Fruitgrowers Reserve.
A clay quarry is owned and operated by The Bayport Group on 9 pottery road Somerville, digging to a depth of 30 metres over 60 acres. Peninsula Pottery which operated on this site, from 1901 to 1991, produced that bricks used to build some of the most historical buildings in Somerville including St. Andrews Anglican Church, and The Somerville Hotel.
Inghams also has a large factory north of Somerville, that employs a large number of the towns population. Inghams Enterprises is an Australian-based poultry supplier and producer. The company was founded in 1918 by Walter Ingham. On his death in 1953, his two sons, Jack and Bob Ingham took over the small breeding operation and built it into the largest producer of chickens and turkeys in Australia.