Georges Hall is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia approximately located 24 kilometers southwest of the Sydney central business district, located 21 km southwest to Sydney International Airport.
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Georges Hall, a suburb of local government area City of Canterbury-Bankstown, is located 24 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district in the state of New South Wales, Australia, and is part of the South-western Sydney region.
Georges Hall is bounded by the Georges River in the west and Bankstown Aerodrome in the south. The suburbs of Bass Hill and Condell Park lie to the north and east, respectively.
In 1795, George Bass, Matthew Flinders and the boy servant William Martin began an expedition to explore parts of the colony on a small boat called the Tom Thumb. They sailed into Botany Bay and explored the Georges River, twenty miles (32 km) beyond previous expeditions to the area that is now Garrison Point.
For their exploration efforts Bass was given a 100-acre (0.40 km2) grant by Governor John Hunter (in the area of present day Hazel Street and Flinders Road, alongside Prospect Creek) in 1798, neighbouring suburb Bass Hill honours his name. This grant later reverted to the Crown. Bass’s fellow explorer, Mathew Flinders, received a grant south of Bass’s (bounded by present day Marion St, Bellevue Ave, Flinders Rd and Prospect Creek). He bought more land until he had 300-acre (1.2 km2), but he did not farm it.
Lieutenant-Colonel George Johnston, built his first home, a farmhouse, in this area, on a grant of 172-acre (0.70 km2) in 1798. It was situated on Prospect Creek, near the present day Henry Lawson Drive and Beatty Parade, he called it ‘Georges Hall’. His third son, David became a grazier on this property (which was a farming area in its early days), and the suburb takes its name from the Johnston farm.
David Johnston was later appointed by Governor Lachlan Macquarie as superintendent of herds and stock for the colony. His older brother, George Jr. had held this position until his death in 1820 following a riding accident on the Macarthur property at Camden Park. In 1809 the farmhouse of George’s Hall was used as an administration centre, where it was used to conduct the census. Garrison Point obtained its name from the garrison of soldiers that were stationed here to ensure the safety of Lt Colonel Johnston as he conducted a census in the area. The park is now the local focus of annual Australia Day celebrations in the Bankstown area.
In 1837 another home was built by the Johnston family, this time it was on higher ground in Bankstown (in present Lionel Street), and well away from the danger of Georges River floods. The Homestead, as they called it, is one of the oldest houses in the local area, its design was simple but elegant, with wide verandahs, and the interior of the house featured cedar woodwork. The Johnston family has been commemorated by Johnston Road. sydney airport transfers, carnival cruise transfers, group transportation services, maxi taxi how many seats, maxi cab booking, Sydney maxi/taxi, maxi cab taxi, Cruise Transfers in Sydney, sydney maxi taxi book, book a maxi/taxi, maxi/taxi cabs, maxi/taxis sydney, Sydney maxi/taxi, booking maxi/taxi, maxi/taxi to airport, maxi cab taxi, Cruise Transfers in Sydney, maxi taxi parramatta, best cabs in Sydney, best taxi service sydney.
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