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Sans Souci Historical Note:

Sans Souci is a southern Sydney suburb located 17 kilometres south of Sydney’s CBD.

Sans Souci is a French term meaning “without care”, in other terms, “no worries”. The area between Cooks River and Georges River was originally known as Seven Mile Beach. It was changed to Lady Robinson’s Beach in 1874 to honour the wife of Governor Sir Hercules Robinson. Cook Park is named after Samuel Cook, who advocated it as a public pleasure area.

Sans Souci took its name from a grand house built on Rocky Point Road on land bought in 1853, by Thomas Holt (1811–1888), a wool merchant and politician, for his German wife. In the 1860s, Holt sold his Sans Souci property to William Rust, who turned it into the Prince of Wales Hotel, a popular hotel, despite its isolation.

A steam tram operated between Sans Souci and Kogarah in the 1890s that allowed people to enjoy bathing, boating and fishing. In 1937, a silent electric trolley bus was introduced that, until 1959, ran from Rockdale to Kogarah, Sans Souci and Dolls Point.