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Ashfield is a suburb in the Inner West, and it is one of the suburbs in New South Wales, Australia. It is eight kilometers south-west of the Sydney central business district.
The major community event in Ashfield annually is the Carnival of Cultures since 1996. It is a celebration of the suburb's multiculturalism. It features performances, food stalls, and children's entertainment. It is a great event to bring your loved ones or have family gatherings.
Based on the 2016 census of Population and Housing, Ashfield had a population of 23,841 people, in an area of 3.5 square kilometers. In which, 49.4% were male and 50.1% were female. There were 5,715 families, too.
Before the arrival of Europeans, the area now recognized as Ashfield was occupied by the Wangal people. The land was wooded with tall eucalypts covering the higher ground and a variety of trees. The early people hunted native animals and fish for survival.
Ashfield Park has soccer fields, various workout equipment, barbecue area, well-kept bathrooms, and many more. They have wide parking areas and a large playground, too.
Allman Park is a lovely park to bring your loved ones on a sunny weekend.
Darrell Jackson Gardens has a playground for your kids that can also be used for tennis, skateboarding, and other outdoor activities. It is also good for parties and has a grill. There are nearby cafes, too.
Ashfield Boys High School is an all-boys school. It is an excellent place for young men to learn things.
Some of the prominent people in Ashfield are Daphne Akhurst, five times Australian Open tennis champion, Mei Quong, a prominent Sydney businessman, and Ian Clunies Ross, a veterinary scientist and founder of the CSIRO.
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