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Minchinbury is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia approximately 39 kilometers North-West of the Sydney central business district, located 70 km North of Sydney International Airport.

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Book Maxi/Taxi Service Minchinbury to Sydney Airport Taxi. Minchinbury is a small suburb in western Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Minchinbury is located 38 kilometers (24 mi) west of the Sydney central business district, in Blacktown local government area, and is part of the Greater Western Sydney region. Book Maxi/Taxi Service Minchinbury to Sydney Airport Taxi.

Minchinbury is predominantly a residential area with a small commercial/retail area in the center and industrial/commercial zones in the westernmost part.

Minchinbury, today a residential suburb in Sydney’s Greater West, played a significant role in the development of the Australian winemaking industry. It was here that James Angus introduced modern winemaking technology to Australia at his Minchinbury Estate vineyard and winery. Angas was killed at Rooty Hill station by a train on 12th April 1916, four years after he sold his vineyard to Penfold’s Wines. Penfolds Angus Brut is named in his honor. Minchinbury is located 39 kilometers west of the Sydney central business district.

In 1859, George Minchin, appointed John Nodes Dickinson, an NSW Supreme Court official as trustee. In February the Minchin estate, totaling 1220 acres was sold to Dr. Charles McKay, a practitioner from Kilrea in Ireland, for £2100. McKay was already a landowner of 20,110 acres during the 1860s and one of the largest landowners in the area and it was under his ownership that the grapevines were first planted on the Minchinbury Estate.

During the 1860s, the McKay family established a vineyard on the site as well as cultivating silkworms. By 1879 the wines from Minchinbury received three awards at the Sydney Garden Palace Exhibition.

Minchinbury Row of Olive Trees: Two rows of kalamata olive trees, planted at the beginning of the Penfolds era of ownership of Minchinbury Winery Estate, have been preserved and now stand proudly in a reserve parallel to Minchin Drive behind houses on that street opposite the restored winery buildings. The grove of over 90 olive trees was planted in 1912 and lined the entry driveway from Gt. Western Highway to the winery. It is believed the olive trees were planted to produce olives used for the wine-making process, a common practice among winemakers. The name Kalamata originates from the Kalamata region in Greece, which is famous for olive growing.

The suburb of Minchinbury and numerous streets in it recall the winery and the many pioneers of Australia’s contemporary wine industry that were associated with it. Maxi Taxi near Minchinbury.Book Maxi/Taxi Service Minchinbury to Sydney Airport Taxi.

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