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Melrose Park Historical Note:
Melrose Park is located 17 kilometres north west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of North Ryde and is part of the Northern Suburbs area.
Established in 1937 Melrose Park is the name of a large housing estate that was established here. Named in honour of aviator Charles James Melrose (1913-1936), who was a holder of many aviation records, including being the only solo flyer to finish the Melbourne Centenary Air Race in 1934. He also helped in the unsuccessful search for Sir Charles Kingsford Smith. He died in 1926 when his plane broke up during a charter flight from Darwin to Melbourne due to turbulence.
Streets of this suburb have also been named after past aviators such as Jean Batten, Amy Johnson and Sir Alan Cobham.
Melrose Park sits on the northern bank of the Parramatta River. The aboriginal Wallumedegal people once inhabited the area.