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Mortlake Historical Note:
Mortlake is located 17 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is part of the inner west area of Sydney and is in the local government area of the City of Canada Bay
The suburb has been named after Mortlake in London that sits by the banks of the Thames River. The Parramatta river had been known as the *Thames of the Antipodes* and other nearby locations have also been named after townships along the Thames – Putney, Greenwich and Woolwich.
Mortlake was originally called Bottle Point. It sits on the southern bank of the Parramatta River and is home to the last surviving punt service in Sydney – the Mortlake Ferry also known as the Putney Punt.
In 1883 Mortlake was the site for the Australian Gas Light Company (AGL) gas works. When the gas works closed the land was redeveloped into a residential development called Breakfast Point