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Haberfield Historical Note:
Haberfield is located 9 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, it is in the local government area of the Municipality of Ashfield, and it is part of the Inner West region
Early landholder Richard Stanton named Haberfield after his wife’s maiden name.
The area was once inhabited by people from the Darug tribe, known as the Cadigals or Wangals. This land was one of the last areas in the inner west to be divided up for settlement, so, in the early 19th century it became the home for the local indigenous population.
In 1803 Nicholas Bayly received the first land grant, selling it two years later to the Ramsays who developed orchards in the area, built fine homes for their family members and created 4 of the suburbs streets – Ramsay Street, Waratah Street, Boomerang Street and Dalhousie Street which was named after the historic Ramsay home in Scotland.