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Ambarvale is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia approximately located 63.2 kilometers South west of the Sydney central business district, located 48.7 km South west of Sydney International Airport.

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Ambarvale was the land granted to former convict, Samuel Larken. An artist working in the Covent Garden area of London, he was convicted of stealing jewellery, clothing and some silverware from a St Pancras boarding house and transported to New South Wales on the Minorca in 1801. As an educated man he was immediately put to work for the colonial administration and within two years had won his conditional pardon, followed by an absolute pardon three years later. He held various posts within the administration before being appointed Government Storekeeper at Parramatta in 1813. The suburb draws its name from a property established in 1816 by former convict Samuel Larkin. The property was actually where modern day St Helens Park is located. One of the earliest properties in what is now known as Ambarvale was a dairy farm called Glen Lora. In 1972, the farms were sold for housing and the new suburb was officially opened in 1976. The suburb itself was named after the old Ambarvale farm which despite popular belief, actually stood on the other side of Appin Road where the suburb of St Helens Park is now. Still, as Ambarvale was one of the oldest property names to be used south of Campbelltown, the Council decided to apply to use the name and the Geographical Names Board approved it in 1976. Ambarvale was the land granted to former convict, Samuel Larken. An artist working in the Covent Garden area of London, he was convicted of stealing jewellery, clothing and some silverware from a St Pancras boarding house and transported to New South Wales on the Minorca in 1801. As an educated man he was immediately put to work for the colonial administration and within two years had won his conditional pardon, followed by an absolute pardon three years later. He held various posts within the administration before being appointed Government Storekeeper at Parramatta in 1813. Ambarvale has an ALDI shopping centre on Woodhouse Drive. This was completed early in 2010, with the old shopping centre being demolished. Beside ALDI is the Ambarvale Tavern, which has a bistro and gambling facilities. Just north of the suburb is Macarthur Square shopping centre, one of the largest shopping centres in southwestern Sydney.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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