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Glenorie is a rural suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia 44 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district in the local government areas of The Hills Shire and Hornsby Shire. Glenorie is part of the Hills District.
The original inhabitants of the Glenorie area were known as the Darug people. The Darug were the custodians of the majority of what is now the Greater Sydney region. They were divided into a number of different clans. These clans were reduced in number after European settlement and, as a result there is very little information remaining on how the local area was utilised or how the people lived.
The Glenorie locality was part of a large parcel of land reserved by Governor King in 1802. In 1816 Governor Macquarie declared the area open for settlement.
The area was along the route of the Great North Road, construction of which began in 1825 by convict labour to link Sydney with the fertile Hunter Valley to the north.The locality formed a portion of a land grant belonging to George Acres, as well as two smaller grants to settlers named Hathaway and Saunders. Glenorie was originally part of the wider Dural area and was known as Upper or North Dural.
In November 1893 the North Dural Progress Association resolved to change the name of the settlement at North Dural for the stated reason that “we are getting quite a little township up here, the place should be properly named”. At a meeting in December after an “animated discussion” the majority of members decided on two names from a list: ‘Hazeldean’ and ‘Glendorie’. The Progress Association submitted the two options to the Postal Department (with the final selection to be “left in the hands of the postal authorities”). The authorities eventually opted for ‘Glenorie’. On 1 October 1894 the local post office was renamed Glenorie Post Office.
The origin of the name Glenorie is the subject of dispute. One local source identifies the name as an Aboriginal word meaning ‘much water’. Other sources claim Glenorie was named after a town in Scotland (though no actual place has been identified). best taxi service sydney, cruise transfers, maxi/taxi sydney airport rates, taxi quote sydney, best taxi service in sydney, minibus taxi sydney, book taxi to Sydney airport, online taxi booking sydney, priority pick up zone sydney domestic airport, maxi cab services, maxi taxi Wollongong, maxi taxi wollongong, Book Maxi/Taxi Service Glenorie to Sydney Airport.
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