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Faulconbridge Historical Note:
Faulconbridge is located 77 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; and is a village located in the Blue Mountains.
In 1813 the land around Faulconbridge was first explored by Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson, while they were camped at Springwood looking for a ridge that would take them over the mountains. The town was settled in the 1870’s after the railway line had gone through opening up the mountains
One of the earliest residents was Sir Henry Parkes and it was after his house known as Faulconbridge House that the town was named. Faulconbridge was actually his mother’s maiden name. A small waterfall in the area was named after his first wife – Clarinda Falls.
Another famous resident of Faulconbridge was artist Norman Lindsay who wrote the children’s book – *The Magic Pudding* several streets in the town have been named after his story book characters – Bill Barnacle Avenue, Watkin Wombat Way and more