There is a Midgley Street in Riverdale, Perth. 

There are two Midgley villages in the West Riding of Yorkshire.
    One Midgley village is in the District of Calderdale, east of Hebden Bridge, near Halifax and was known as "Mygeley" in 1725.  The name appears in the Domesday Book as Micleie and means large pasture or a clearing with midges
    The other Midgley village is near Wakefield
In 1822, the village of Midgley, near Halifax had a population of 2,207 and by 1871 the population had increased to 3,065 and there were two Midgley hamlets near Wakefield: Nether Midgley  and Over Midgley both in the parish of Thornhill and 6 miles from Wakefield.
Today there is a Midgley Lodge Motel in the Midgley near Wakefield.
There is a "Midgley Bridge" along US Hwy 89A north of Sedona, AZ 
There is a Midgley's Mill Building at 4th and High in Eugene OR