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Lane Cove Historical Note:
Lane Cove is 9 kilometres North West of the Sydney central business district; it is the administrative centre for the local government area of the Municipality of Lane Cove. Lane Cove North and Lane Cove West are different suburbs. Lane Cove is situated on the lower North Shore of the Sydney region.
Prior to the arrival of the First Fleet the area was inhabited by the Cam-mer-ray-gal group of the Ku-ring-gai Aboriginal tribe.
In February 1790 Lieutenant Ralph Clark was the first European to land a short distance from the entrance to the Lane Cove River. In 1794 land grants were given to some non-commissioned officers and privates in the New South Wales Corps. Few of the grants were actually settled as the heavily timbered land was not very habitable.
It was however an excellent area for timber and during the 19th century dairies and farms were also being established, with many manufacturing and industrial factories being constructed around Greenwich