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Burwood is a suburb in the Inner West, and is one of the suburbs in New South Wales, Australia. It is ten kilometers west of the Sydney central business district.
The suburb consists of a mixture of residential, commercial, and light industrial developments.
It also features a number of examples of architecture from the Victorian and Federation styles.
Based on the 2016 ABS census, Burwood had a population of 16,030 people, in which 47.9% were male and 52.1% were female. There were 3,514 families. In addition, only 25% of people were born in Australia.
According to archaeological evidence, it indicates that people were living in the area for at least 11,000 years.
In 1799, Captain Thomas Rowley received a grant of 260 acres. He then called his property “Burwood Farm” after Burwood Park in England.
The first house in the suburb was the Burwood Villa. It was built in 1814.
Burwood Park is a quiet park for book readers. They also have a variety of restaurants whenever you get hungry.
Bicentennial Park, Homebush Bay is near Burwood. It is best for picnics and outdoor events all year round! They have ample parking, barbecue facilities, and a playground. The lake is also a great spot to see birds of the area while you walk around it.
Henley Park is also near Burwood. It is a nice park with peaceful surroundings.
Burwood Public School is a safe school for your children. The canteen is as great as the environment.
Burwood Girls' High School is a public secondary school for girls. Its library has a very good selection of books, too.
Some of the prominent persons in Burwood are;
Arthur Cuthbertson, an ice hockey player.
Eleanor Dark, a novelist.
Miriam Hyde, a composer, and pianist.
William McMahon, a Prime Minister.
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