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Mcmahons Point Historical Note:
McMahons Point is located 3 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of North Sydney Council. McMahons point is part of the North Shore area of Sydney. McMahons Point sits on a peninsula that is flanked by Lavender Bay to the east and Berrys Bay to the west.
Named after an Irish manufacturer of brushes and combs; Maurice McMahon who built his home on the headland in 1864. In 1890 he became the mayor of the borough of Victoria (which later became North Sydney).
Once a working class suburb, the area is now one of Sydney’s most exclusive areas, with a medium to high density residential area.
Land was originally settled and farmed in 1806 with further land grants given out in 1817. A tram line was extended to McMahons Point in 1909 which stimulated development in the area. The tram service was replaced by a bus service in 1933