Probably named by Robert Tulloch after a beautiful loch (Scottish lake) named after St. Maelrubha who, in AD671, founded a monastery nearby at Applecross, west coast of Scotland.
This street, along with others, suffered a name change because of the Great War. Originally Hanover Street, which was considered too German, it was changed to King Street for patriotic reasons.
Most likely an aboriginal word, two of which could be likely. “caloola” for the verb “to climb”; or “kallalla” which means “fish”.
The name given to the access road to the Thomas Walker Convalescent Hospital, which was built in 1891-1893.
Named after Harry Hillier, Mayor of Concord in 1910.
Named after William Harrison, whose grant (along with several others) was incorporated into Thomas Walker’s estate, 1860.
Later changed to King Street.
There does not seem to be any clear association between this name and Concord or any known citizen, nor have I been able to find any place in Europe with that name. There is a lagoon in Queensland that was named “Gracemere” by its discoverers, Charles and William Archer, in May 1853, named as a compliment…
During WWI and also immediately afterwards some streets were patriotically named. This street commemorated King George, reigning at that time.
Dame Eadith Walker’s impressive access road to “Yaralla”. Once described as “. . . the most beautiful thoroughfare around Sydney.”