An aboriginal word, “currawang” is a word for the Bell or Black Magpie, Donkey bird, Crow, and Shrike. (“Aboriginal Words of Australia” A.H. & A.W. Reed. William Heineman 1965)
An aboriginal word, meaning “dirty water”. (“Place Names of Australia” by A.W. Read. Literary Productions Ltd. 1973)
Named after Consett Stephen, a Solicitor of Sydney and a Trustee of the Walker Estate.
Named after the home of James Casey, who was Overseer of Works to Concord Council (1884-1930).
To honour Spencer Compton Cavendish, 8th Duke of Devonshire (1833-1908), British Statesman.
Honours Robert 0’Hara Burke (1820-1861), the famous explorer who endeavoured to lead an expedition from Melbourne to the Gulf of Carpentaria in 1860 – and perished at the virtual accomplishment of that mammoth task.
“Boronia” is a native (Australian) plant, the local variety of which is named “Boronia Ledifolia”. “Boronia” is also the name of the Dairyman’s cottage on the Yaralla estate.
“Bangala” is aboriginal for a “Water carrying vessel” (Sydney). (“Macquarie Aboriginal Words” The Macquarie Library Pty Ltd, 1994).
expanded operations with the purchase of land in George Street in 1928, supplying fabric and barbed wire to the army during the war.
was established in George Street in Concord West. They manufactured railway air brakes and associated equipment from 1911.
After the suburb and for work carried out by the Rotary Club of Concord