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Condell Park is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia approximately located 22 kilometers south-west of the Sydney central business district, located approximately 16.3 km west of the Sydney International Airport.
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Condell Park, a suburb of local government area City of Canterbury-Bankstown, is 22 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district, in the state of New South Wales, Australia, and is a part of the south-western Sydney region. The postcode of Condell Park is 2200, which is shared with Bankstown and Bankstown Aerodrome. Condell Park was named after Ousley Condell, an engineer who arrived on 8 May 1829 on the barque Swift sure with 13 other settlers. He applied for a position in the public service and was granted four 50-acre (200,000 m2) adjoining lots in 1830 that he called Condell Park.

Black Charlie’s Hill, located in Simmat Avenue Condell Park, was named after a local identity whose nickname was ‘Black Charlie’. His real name is said to have been Charles Luzon or Charlie. Lopez, a man of Aboriginal ancestry. He lived near Edgar Street, South Yagoona and like others in the area, during the early 1900s, grew vegetables that he carried off to the market by horse and cart. His home was constructed of corrugated iron. Black Charlie was said to fire a single shot each evening promptly at 9pm but the reason was never disclosed. Some suggested he was hunting rabbits, others to warn of the approach of aircraft. The Bankstown Bunker was an exact replica of the underground Ops rooms of wartime England, which directed Britain’s air defence fighter plane attacks on the invading German Luftwaffe. It had all the attenuated fixtures necessary to run a top secret operational defence base. The bunker was equipped with its own code room, plotting rooms, two escape tunnels and a radio transmitter room. In the centre of the bunker was a large room of about two stories in height. This was the main Ops room and control centre for all RAAF Missions in the Pacific area. The room also had a large map of the South West Pacific theater of World War II.

The bunker still exists and access can be obtained through one of the old air vents. The entry point is located on private property in the backyard of a dwelling with an access tunnel running under a public park in which the bunker is buried. This is located at the end of Taylor Street, which can also be found on the corner of Marion and Edgar Streets, Condell Park. In 1976 the entire site was redeveloped into town houses which cover most of the land area. The area now comprises a number of separate complexes or “Closes” containing eight to eleven villas. Each Close is named appropriately after planes which flew from Bankstown during the Second World War.

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