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Meadowbank Historical Note:

Meadowbank is located 15 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is a part of the local government area of the City of Ryde and is part of the Northern Suburbs area. Meadowbank sits on the northern bank of the Parramatta River in a valley.

The area was once home to the Wallumedegal people who lived on the north side of the Parramatta River. The Aboriginal name for the area was Wallumetta.

In 1794 land was granted to surgeon William Balmain in the district of *the field of Mars* he named his property Meadow Bank. In the 1880’s the area was subdivided to make way for the train line from Strathfield to Hornsby. In 1886 the station opened and was given the name Hellenic, but it was later changed to Meadowbank after the Meadow Bank estate.

In 1895 the Meadowbank Public Baths were established, closing in 1943 due to pollution from Homebush Bay.