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Little Bay Historical Note:

Little Bay is located 14 kilometres south east of the Sydney central business district; it is under the local government area of the City of Randwick.

The area known as Little Bay was first used as a makeshift camp during the smallpox outbreak in Sydney in 1881-82 to isolate anyone with the disease. At first the area was a *tent city* until the government decided to build a permanent hospital here to deal with the smallpox and typhoid epidemics. The Coast Hospital was valuable during 1900 with the outbreak of the Bubonic plague and again in 1919 when an influenza virus was brought back by soldiers returning from Europe.

In 1934 the Coast Hospital became Prince Henry Hospital and in 2001 when services were transferred to the Prince of Wales hospital the land was opened up for residential use.

Little Bay the suburb takes its name from the geographical formation called Little Bay which also features a small beach