Narwee is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia approximately 23 kilometers North-West of the Sydney central business district, located 9.5 km North-West to Sydney International Airport.
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Book Maxi/Taxi Service Narwee to Sydney Airport. Narwee is a suburb in southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Narwee is located 18 kilometers south of the Sydney central business district and is part of the St George area. Narwee is in local government areas of the City of Canterbury-Bankstown and Georges River Council. The postcode is 2209, which it shares with neighboring Beverly Hills. Book Maxi/Taxi Service Narwee to Sydney Airport.
The main street of Narwee is Broadarrow Road, which runs from King Georges Road in Beverly Hills to just past Bonds Road in Riverwood. Broad arrow Road is also the boundary line between the southern part of the City of Canterbury-Bankstown and the northern part of the Georges River Council areas.
Narwee is an Aboriginal word meaning “sun”, an appropriate name for an area once called ‘Sunning Hill Farm’. The language and dialect it was derived from are unclear. A number of Sydney suburbs developed during the 1930s have similar allegedly Aboriginal names, the origins of which are uncertain, including nearby Panania, and Jannali. Jannali supposedly means “moon” and was apparently named at the same time as Narwee, as a “sister suburb”.
The name Narwee was adopted when the railway station opened on 21 December 1931. People living there at the time were mostly poultry farmers and market gardeners, and a city florist had a large garden west of the railway station. After the railway came through, people bought up land for residences. Little building was done during the Depression and World War II, but the suburb grew rapidly in the 1950s when the area was settled by young families. The post office opened in 1948.
Narwee Primary School is built on land given in 1809, to Richard Podmore, a free settler, who came to New South Wales as a soldier in the N.S.W. Corps in 1792, on the ship “Pitt”. The land between today’s Penshurst Road and King Georges Road belonged to Richard Tuckwell, another soldier from the same Company. At the time of the land, the area was covered with a very thick ironbark forest.
Tuckwell and Podmore sold their grants to Patrick Moore and Robert Gardner, both ex-convicts, in 1819 and 1820, and “Bob the Gardener”, as he was known, began to clear trees and develop a farm on Podmore’s grant, which he called “Sunning Hill Farm”. The property was later extended to cover Emery’s 30-acre (120,000 m2) grant next door. This was farmed by Gardner’s adopted son, Thomas Gardner Whitehall. Book Maxi/Taxi Service Narwee to Sydney Airport.
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