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Mortdale Historical Note:
Mortdale is located 20 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district; it lies within the local government areas of the City of Hurstville and the Municipality of Kogarah, and is a part of the St George area. Located in the south western corner of Mortdale is Mortdale Heights – all but one of the street names here start with a *B*
The area has been known in the past under a few different names including Mort’s Hill, Mort’s Township, Mort’s Road and Mort Dale. The area was named after Thomas Sutcliffe Mort who was famous for pioneering the refrigeration and shipment of meat and the construction at Balmain of Mort’s Dock.
A small farming community started in 1855 when land around Mort’s road was subdivided into 17 farms. In January 1889 the school opened, followed in the November by a Post Office and a grocery store. In the 1920’s it became a popular suburb for soldiers returning from WW1