Denham Court, New South Wales facts for kids
Sydney, New South Wales
Denham Court Anglican Church
|Population||1,590 (2011 census)|
|Location||44 km (27 mi) SW of Sydney CBD|
|State electorate(s)||Macquarie Fields|
Denham Court is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia located 44 kilometres (27 mi) south-west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government areas of the City of Campbelltown and City of Liverpool. It is part of the Macarthur region.
The suburb is one of the most affluent in western Sydney, with the median property price standing at $1.60 million in January 2015, over three times the amount of properties in surrounding suburbs. The median income stands noticeably above the average of surrounding suburbs, with Denham Court's at over $1,900 per week. while surrounding areas are at $900 per week. The area is most well known for its luxurious properties, including a colonial era compound from which the suburbs takes its name
Denham Court was named after the 500 acres (200 ha) land grant of Richard Atkins, in 1810. Gowan Place honours Gowan Flora Macdonald, while McCormack Place notes an early family in the district. Streets of Denham Court which are actually located in Liverpool Council area, such as Springmead Drive, Culverston Avenue and Pembury Close recall the names of early farms, while Cubitt Drive and Cassidy Street note pioneer land-holders such as William Cassidy and Daniel Cubitt.
Denham Court Post Office opened on 1 May 1862 and closed in 1882.
According to the 2011 census, Denham Court had a population of 1,590 people. The majority of families in the suburb were couples with children (56.9%) and the median age was 39. The median household income was $1,946 per week compared to a national figure of $1,234. The most common ancestries in Denham Court were English 21.7%, Australian 18.0%, Italian 13.9%, Irish 4.7% and Scottish 4.3%. The most common responses for religion were Catholic 37.0%, Jehovah's Witnesses 19.9% and Anglican 13.8%.
- John Hopkinson, owner of Hopkinsons Transport
- John Marsden, solicitor (deceased, 2006)
- Jim Masterton, owner of Masterton Homes
- by William Hardy Wilson.
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