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Auburn is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia approximately located 22.1kilometers west of the Sydney central business district, located 22.7km Northwest of Sydney International Airport.

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Auburn, the center of the municipality of the same name, is in western Sydney on the main western railway line and accessible by Parramatta Road or the M4. It lies on the traditional lands of the Dharug people. The original vegetation of the area was open forest, dominated by woollybutt red gums, with a grey box, ironbark, and stringybark. The land is slightly undulating, with a minor ridge running south along Park Road and a gradual slope west towards Duck River. A track from Sydney to Parramatta was developed early in the 1790s, though the river remained the main means of transport. The track ran about a mile south of the current Parramatta Road.  Land in the area was granted to free settlers and ex-convicts. Most grants were small, often only 30 to 100 acres. Larger grants were given to prominent merchants and officials, such as James Chisholm, a merchant who received 600 acres. The first railway from Sydney opened in 1855, ran to Parramatta Junction, and made suburban development possible. Auburn emerged from subdivisions by John Yelverton Mills near the railway station. He named it after the village in Oliver Goldsmith’s poem ‘The Deserted Village’. From the 1860s to the 1880s, a number of main roads were officially aligned and gazetted through the area, and in 1880, when local residents sought a postal service at the railway platform, a postal inspector reported that there were about 40 residences with a population of about 200. In 1911, 200 new buildings were built at Auburn, and in 1912–13 the suburb had the 11th largest number of new buildings in the metropolitan area, with 268 approvals. Industrial development from the 1870s onwards was crucial to the way the suburb evolved, and this process was set in motion from the 1860s when the New South Wales government began buying small lots of railways rolling stock locally. One of Auburn’s most famous sons was Jack Lang who, as New South Wales premier in the 1930s Depression, irritated the forces of conservatism and transgressed the principles of sound government. Lang had previously worked for Robert Harley in his Auburn real estate office. In November 1901, Lang set up a business with HH Dawes in opposition to Harley. Lang also became active in the local Labor Party, eventually being elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, and finally becoming premier. Lang and his government were summarily sacked by the New South Wales Governor, Sir Philip Game, on 13 May 1932.
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