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Kirrawee Historical Note:
Kirrawee is a suburb in southern Sydney located 25 kilometres south of Sydney’s CBD.
Kirrawee is split between commercial and residential areas. South Kirrawee, which extends from the train line in the north to the Royal National Park in the south, has many houses on quiet roads with beautiful bush outlooks. North Kirrawee is predominantly a commercial/industrial zone containing small to medium factories housing local businesses. However, the most northerly and western sections of this part of Kirrawee are residential, with some parts also with bush outlooks.
Kirrawee is an Aboriginal word meaning ‘lengthy’. The name was adopted in 1939 with the opening of the railway line. A postal receiving office in the locality was known as ‘Bladesville’. It operated from the home of Mrs Louisa Blade, was opened in 1909 and closed in 1915 when a letter delivery service commenced from the post office at Sutherland.
Kirrawee, and all of southern Sydney, was inhabited by the Dharawal people for up to 8,000 years prior to European settlement. Early development was connected to the development of nearby Sutherland. It was not until the 1950s that Kirrawee became heavily settled with many families looking to resettle after World War II.