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Alexandria is an inner-city suburb, and it is one of the suburbs in New South Wales, Australia. It is four kilometers south of the Sydney central business district.
As claimed by the 2016 ABS census, there were 8,262 people in Alexandria, in which
51% were male and 49% were female. There were 2,062 families and 59.0% of people were born in Australia.
The Parish of Alexandria was built in 1835.
It was thought that Alexandria got its name after Princess Alexandra, Queen consort of King Edward VII. But she was born on 1 December 1844.
Alexandria’s Municipality was formed after separating from Waterloo in 1868.
Alexandria was the largest industrial district in Australia by 1943.
Alexandria Park is one of the best places to relax and read a book. It is a quiet park to enjoy your coffee or walk your dogs. They also have some good offers on the craft beers and happy hour for drinks.
Perry Park is a nice place to sit and contemplate. It also has new recreational center facilities and shady spots for picnics or events.
Yiu Ming Temple is a well-preserved temple. Take your time to admire the architecture and craftsmanship of the temple and everything around you. It is a must-try for everyone.
Alexandria Park Community School Senior Campus’ students are culturally diverse and there are many international students. They open lots of opportunities for their students.
Central Intensive English High School also known as Cleveland Street Intensive English High School before. They have the most kindhearted teachers and staff.
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