Laughtondale is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia approximately located 81.5 kilometers North-West of the Sydney central business district, it is located in the Hornsby Shire local government area, located 91.9 km North-West to Sydney International Airport.
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Laughtondale is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is located in the Hornsby Shire local government area. Laughtondale is in the parish of Frederick and the shires of Hornsby and Gosford.
The original owners of the area were the Aboriginal people of the Dharug language group. Located on the banks of the Hawkesbury, downstream from Wisemans Ferry, Laughtondale was named after the pioneer settler John Laughton, who arrived in the colony of New South Wales in 1835 as a crew member on the Stirling Castle. Fortunately for him, he absconded from the ship when it reached Sydney Harbour: the ship was later wrecked near Fraser Island. This incident and the story of one of the passengers, Eliza Fraser, were fictionalized in Patrick White’s novel A Fringe of Leaves (1976).
John Laughton settled in the area in the 1840s, making a living from boatbuilding and orcharding. Today, most of the farms have gone, and many of the houses are used for weekend holidays. There are now caravan parks catering for water skiers and fishermen close to Laughtondale.
Several portions of land on the banks of the Hawkesbury River, Parish of Frederick, County of Cumberland, were selected by John Laughton these being portions 1 of 40 acres, 2 of 60 acres, and 3 of 40 acres. The land was sold at Windsor on 11 March 1868. The Crown Plan 891.690 drawn by the surveyor was dated 29 September 1865 and was submitted to the Surveyor General with an accompanying letter No. 65/54. The plan describes much of the land as ‘tea tree swamp’ which was often inundated by high spring tides. I have not traced the individual portions any further than the Crown Plan but you are welcome to add any information you may have.
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