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Chiswick is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia approximately located 9 kilometers west of the Sydney central business district, located approximately 23 km west of the Sydney International Airport.
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Chiswick is a suburb in the Inner West of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is located 9 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of the City of Canada Bay. Chiswick sits on the peninsula between Abbotsford Bay and Five Dock Bay, on the Parramatta River. It is surrounded by the suburbs of Abbotsford, Russell Lea and Drummoyne. The area around Chiswick was first known by its Aboriginal name Bigi Bigi. The suburb was originally part of Five Dock Farm. In the 1850s a Dr Fortescue owned an estate in this area which he named Chiswick after the village on the Thames, west of London. Parramatta River had been known as the ‘Thames of the Antipodes’ and other nearby suburbs were also named after Thames localities, such as Greenwich, Woolwich, Henley and Putney. From 1884 until 1998, there was a wiremill on the waterfront at Chiswick.

More recently it has been subjected to an increase in the building of many modern apartment blocks, which has seen the population rise to around 2,400. According to the 2011 census, there were 2,470 residents in Chiswick. The most common responses for ancestry in Chiswick were English 19.5%, Australian 16.3%, Italian 12.5%, Irish 8.7% and Chinese 6.8%. The median weekly household income in Chiswick was $2,068, significantly higher than the national median of $1,234. The Chiswick ferry wharf is used by Parramatta River ferry services. Transit Systems operate a terminus nearby, with buses running to Circular Quay either via Drummoyne and Victoria Road, or via Leichhardt and Parramatta Road as well as a route running to Campsie station via Burwood station. Chiswick has a small group of shops in Blackwall Point Road, close to the ferry wharf. “It holds up to Mosman, it holds up to Rose Bay, it’s got the water at the end of every street, city and water views, it’s close to schools, it’s got the ferry and buses, it’s surrounded by parks, it’s a quiet and safe area and still in the inner west, so you get the restaurants nearby, great food and great community. Old Chiswick was an ancient parish in the county of Middlesex, with an agrarian and fishing economy beside the river; from the Early Modern period, the wealthy built imposing riverside houses on Chiswick Mall. A former fishing village, the riverside district of Chiswick is an affluent area that offers all the benefits of the busy city centre without the hustle and bustle. It’s highly popular with families looking for a safe area with plenty of amenities and activities suitable for both the kids and the adults.

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