Rockbank is an outer suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 29 km west of Melbourne's Central Business District, located within the City of Melton local government area. Rockbank recorded a population of 1,536 at the 2016 Census.
Rockbank Post Office opened on 1 January 1862.
The area lies east of the Satellite city of Melton and west of the suburb of Caroline Springs. The land contains many large volcanic rocks making it poor for cultivating crops. The rocks have been used to build walls between paddocks - characteristic of the area west of Melbourne. Mount Cottrell is the highest land point in the vicinity.
The rich, red volcanic soil in the area has helped build the reputation of local wineries. Rockbank is also the host to Victoria's Annual Olive Festival. The earlier agricultural activities date back to the pastoral exploits of William Cross Yuille on the plains.
Following a proposal for eleven new suburbs by the City of Melton. The northern portion of Rockbank became the suburb of Aintree.
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