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The Spot to be \ Heritage

A heritage conservation area within Randwick City

Our heritage defines us as a community.
A heritage conservation area is a precinct, streetscape, group of buildings, landscape, suburb or town with particular heritage values that give it a distinct identity.


Of The spot, Pauline Curby in her book "Randwick" (2009) at page 251 says:
"..... the St Pauls Street shopping centre was developing as a small commercial hub at the turn of the century. From the 1920's it was called "The Spot" after T.M Tyreman's, The Spot Ironmongery store in Perouse Road.

 
  Earliest Days of the spot

Earliest Days of the spot

 

Our City's rich heritage is steeped in Australian history. Before European settlement, there was an extensive indigenous community

       
 
 
  The Road to Botany Bay

The Road to Botany Bay

 

The overland route between Sydney Cove and the Laperouse encampment at Botany Bay January - March 1788

       
 
 
  Sydney Cove Sunset

Sydney Cove Sunset

 

An “Indian Path” from Botany Bay: Appendix 1 of the Society’s publication contains first hand accounts by Arthur Phillip and John White of an expedition to Botany Bay, on 31st May 1788.

       
 

 

 

 

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