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Tunks Ward Community Forum – 27 Mar

The Tunks Ward Community Forum will be held on Tuesday 27 March 2011, 6.15pm to 8pm Cammeray Golf Club, Cammeray The Mayor, General Manager and Ward Councillors will be in attendance and residents will have the opportunity to raise their own … Continue reading

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Close the Gap Campaign – 22 Mar

Council is supporting National Close the Gap Day, 22 March 2012. On average, Indigenous Australians die 17 years younger than non-Indigenous Australians. Indigenous infant mortality is also three times that of other Australians. Australian governments have at last committed to close this life … Continue reading

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Warringah Freeway Noise Wall Action Group – UPDATE 4

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Easter Egg Hunt 3pm Sunday 1st April

2012 Easter Egg Hunt

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Storm Damage on Carter Street

A few days ago strong winds in a thunderstorm damaged many of the established trees in Carter Street. The  storm brought down a tree onto the roof of No 3 Carter Street. A crane had to be used to carefully … Continue reading

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Pictures of Cammeray Past

The following pictures are extracted from Stanton Library’s collection of images of North Sydney. They show how our area has developed over the years. Unless stated each picture is copyright Stanton Library.      

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Place Names in Cammeray

The following has been sourced from the publication “Naming North Sydney”. Amherst Street Lord William Pitt Amherst was Governor General of India 1823-1828. Some old directories and plans mis-spell this street as AMHURST. Avon Street Henry Green, local builder and … Continue reading

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Cammeray map before the Warringah Freeway was built

This map is taken from a street directory published before the Warringah Freeway was cut through Cammeray. I’m not sure of the date of this map – can anyone help?

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