Knoxfield is a residential and commercial/industrial suburb 27 km east of central Melbourne, lying between Scoresby and Ferntree Gully. It was named shortly after the Knox shire was formed in 1963 by severance from Fern Tree Gully shire. The shire was named after Sir George Knox, a long-time Parliamentary representative and Speaker of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1942-47.

A pre-Knoxfield historic structure is the Lutheran church at the corner of Burwood Highway and Scoresby Road which has a heritage listed organ.

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