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Lakemba Historical Note:

Lakemba is located 15 kilometres south west of the Sydney central business district, and is in the local government area of the City of Canterbury.

In the early years of the colony the area became known as potato Hill as crops of potatoes were once grown here. Land grants in the Lakemba area began in 1810 with Samuel Hockley being granted 50 acres which he named after his country home in England – Essex Hill Farm. Until 1910 the suburb had been known as Belmore South.

In the 1880’s Benjamin Taylor named his property Lakeba – which was pronounced Lakemba  after the Lakeba island in the Lau Islands group of Fiji. His second wife’s grandparents had been missionaries there. Oneta Street which is one of the original streets in the area was named after another small Fijian Island near Lakeba.

In 1895 the railway line was built to the neighbouring suburb of Belmore and in 1909 extended to Lakemba and beyond.