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Homebush West is a suburb in the Inner West of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Homebush West is located 13 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the Municipality of Strathfield, with a small unpopulated strip in the northwest in Cumberland Council. The suburb is commonly referred to as Flemington, even in official contexts. This was the old name of the suburb before the establishment of Sydney Markets in 1975. Subsequently, “Flemington” was confined to the area occupied by the markets, whereas the residential part of the suburb was renamed “Homebush West”, after the suburb of Homebush immediately to the east. Both the railway station and various organizations and businesses in the suburb still carry the name “Flemington”. Homebush Bay was formerly a separate suburbs to the north.
The area was called Flemington by John Fleming, who was granted 200 acres (0.81 km2) here in 1806. A loosely defined area in the vicinity had earlier been called “Liberty Plains”, because it was granted to the first free settlers “Liberty Plains” survives as the name of the Parish of Liberty Plains, a cadastral unit for land titles. Homebush West is at the eastern extremity of the Parish of Liberty Plaints – neighbouring Homebush is in the Parish of Concord. The neighbouring suburb of Homebush is named after a nearby estate called “Home Bush”, around today’s Sydney Olympic Park, established in the 1800s by the colony’s then assistant surgeon Darcy Wentworth. According to local government historian Michael Jones, “Wentworth is popularly credited with having called the area after his ‘home in the bush’, although Homebush is also a place in Kent. Wentworth’s estate did not include the village of “Homebush” south of the railway: the name came to the village indirectly, via Homebush railway station, built in 1855 and named after Wentworth’s estate further to the north.
The part of the Fleming estate south of the railway was acquired by the Underwood Estate and subdivided in 1882, with streets laid out in a grid pattern that survives to this day. The streets in the grid are named after various locations in southern England, such as Richmond, Henley, Hampstead, Exeter, Tavis tock and Eastbourne.
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