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Agnes Banks is connected to Penrith by Castlereagh Road which runs alongside the Nepean River between Richmond and Penrith. Natural woodlands and sandy deposits make up the higher landscape of this suburb. Agnes Banks is a rural outpost of the City of Penrith which has kept its intrinsic agricultural value and rural lifestyle. The village of Agnes Banks is located within Hawkesbury City. The Nepean River runs north along its western boundary and, at the village, the Grose River converges with the Nepean to form the Hawkesbury River. This suburb has a generally flat to low undulating alluvial topography. Alluvial farmlands along the river contrast with natural woodlands and sandy deposits on a rise to the east. Although the high-quality fine sand deposits at Agnes Banks have been subject to extractive industry operations since the 1950s, Agnes Banks has kept its intrinsic agricultural value and rural lifestyle since European settlement. The first European land grants in the Penrith area were issued near Agnes Banks in 1803. The land was granted along the alluvial river flats. Charles Palmer received the first grant and he and his family experienced frontier life to the fullest extent when they were not only robbed and beaten by strangers, but also by their convict servants. The most influential grantee was Andrew Thompson, who in 1804 received 78 acres between the Nepean River and Yarramundi Lagoon. He named it Agnes Bank, after his mother. Thompson had arrived as a convict in 1792 and was well known in the Windsor area. In his usual style, he immediately developed the land and purchased adjoining land granted to discharged soldiers William Baxter and Joseph Bayliss. Floods quickly sorted out who was ready to tough it out and farm the rich, but deadly, Nepean River flats. The number of families who lived at Agnes Banks has changed little since its settlement in the early 1800s. Many descendants of these families still live on or near the land of their forebears. Local family names were Clemson, Devlin, Farlow, Freeman, Gavin, Pearce, Timmins and Williams. According to the 2016 census of the population, there were 911 residents in Agnes Banks. 83.7% of residents were born in Australia. The other most common countries of birth were Malta 3.0%, England 2.8%, and New Zealand 1.1%. 88.1% of residents spoke only English at home. Other languages spoken at home included Maltese 2.6%, Macedonian 1.4% and Greek 0.7%. The most common responses for religious affiliation were Catholic 35.8%, Anglican 19.7%, and No Religion 17.7%. Maxi van taxi Sydney, best maxi taxi Sydney, airport maxi taxi, book minibus taxi, maxi taxi, maxi taxi to Sydney airport, maxi taxi airport, taxi van Sydney, maxi cabs Sydney Australia, maxi taxi online, maxi taxi Sydney airport, maxi taxi airport Sydney, maxi taxi booking, book maxi cab, booking a maxi cab, maxi taxi Sydney quote, maxi taxi to airport Sydney, maxi cab booking, maxi taxi, booking a maxi taxi, maxi taxi how many seats, maxi taxi cabs, maxi taxi Sydney, maxi taxis Sydney, Sydney maxi taxi, booking maxi taxi, maxi taxi to the airport, maxi cab taxi.
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