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Kogarah Historical Note:
Kogarah is a suburb of southern Sydney located 14 kilometres south of Sydney’s CBD. Kogarah is derived from an Aboriginal word meaning rushes or place of reeds. It had also been written as ‘Coggera’, ‘Cogerah’ and ‘Kuggerah’ but the current spelling was settled when the railway line came through the area in the 1880s.
Kogarah took its name from Kogarah Bay, a small bay on the northern shore of the Georges River. The suburb originally stretched to the bay but has since been divided up to form the separate suburbs of Kogarah Bay and Beverley Park.
The NRL side, St George Illawarra Dragons have their Sydney office based at nearby WIN Jubilee Oval, often referred to as Kogarah Oval.
Kogarah Town Square is surrounded by residential developments and is anchored by the Kogarah Library and Cultural Centre. In March 2011, a Bruce Lee statue was erected in the town square to some controversy.