Annangrove

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Annangrove is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia 42 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of The Hills Shire and part of the Hills District region

Annangrove – Nelson – Maraylya is bounded by Cattai Creek in the north, Blue Gum Creek in the east, Cattai Creek, the suburb of Rouse Hill, Edwards Road, Nelson Road, Old Pitt Town Road and the locality of Box Hill in the south and Boundary Road and the continuation of Boundary Road in the west.

Annangrove is predominantly rural, with some industrial areas. Rural land is used for nurseries, hobby farms and equestrian purposes

Major features of the area include Annangrove Aquatic & Leisure Centre, Annangrove Park and one school

History

Annangrove is named after Annangrove House, the home of Edward Charles Johnston, a grandson of George Johnston who had received a large grant in present-day Annandale. He had named his house Annandale, after his birthplace Annan in Scotland and his grandson also used the name for his house in this area. Timber cutting was the first industry here and then the land was used for orchards from the 1880s. Edward Johnston bought his land in 1893 from Bennett William Johns. The post office took the Annangrove name from his house when it opened on 16 October 1895, as did the school in 1896.

Demographics

According to the 2011 census of Population, there were 1,370 residents in Annangrove.

 

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