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Rookwood Historical Note:
Rookwood is located 17 kilometres south west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of Auburn Council and is part of the western Sydney region.
Rookwood Cemetery is the largest cemetery in the southern hemisphere.
Rookwood has been named after a novel by William Harrison Ainsworth written in 1934.
A railway station opened in 1859 named Haslam Creek. Samuel Haslam owned grants of land beside the creek. In 1867 when the cemetery opened it was known as Haslam’s Creek Cemetery, residents disliked the association with the burial ground, so, the cemetery was renamed Rookwood in 1876. The name of the railway station was changed to Rookwood in 1878 and by the 1880’s shops had been established. The municipality of Rookwood was incorporated in 1891.
The residents were again agitated about their suburb being associated with the cemetery and in 1914 the railway station and residential part of the suburb became Lidcombe.