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Panania Historical Note:

Panania is located 23 kilometres south west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Bankstown and is a part of the south western Sydney region. Panania shares its 2213 postcode with the adjacent suburbs of Picnic Point and East Hills.

The name Panania was given to the area in 1931 when the East Hills Railway line was completed, until then the area had been a part of East Hills. Panania is an Aboriginal word that means *sun rising in the east and shinning on the hills*. During the construction of the railway line, other names were considered including Linden Park, Elmswood and Nioka which is an Aboriginal word meaning *Green Hill*

Panania North Public School on the northern side of the railway line became a demonstration school in the late 1970’s so trainee teachers from the nearby Milperra College of Advanced Education could come and observe teachers at work.