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Camperdown is a suburb in the Inner West, and it is one of the suburbs in New South
Wales, Australia. It is the home of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, the University of Sydney, and the Camperdown Cemetery.
As stated by the 2016 census of Population, there were 10,341 residents in Camperdown. 52.4% of people were born in Australia, 48.3% were male, and 51.7% female. There were 1,900 families, too.
Camperdown got its name from the Battle of Camperdown. It was named by Governor William Bligh. He received a grant of 240 acres of land covering present-day Camperdown and some parts of Newtown.
In 1827, a racecourse was built where the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital stands.
Blacket's Great Hall opened in 1859.
Camperdown Park is one of the most iconic landmarks in Australia. It is a quiet, local park with a playground, event facilities, and a relaxing atmosphere. There are some nearby cafes, too.
The Nicholson Museum is the home of the largest collection of antiquities in Australia. It's the perfect place to bring your kids or friends who love history. Be impressed with the quality and variety of historical collections in this museum. They also have a collection of ancient pottery and artifacts.
If you love architecture and history, Quadrangle Clocktower is what you are looking for. It has a personal collection of Egyptian artifacts. There is also good parking and a few places to organize a picnic.
Australia Street Infants School is a great place to let your toddlers learn things at their young age.
Bridge Road School has a fantastic staff and an exceptional learning system.
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