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Historical Note:

Surry Hills is an inner-city suburb of Sydney located immediately south-east of Sydney’s CBD. The first land grants in Surry Hills were made in the 1790s. Major Joseph Foveaux received 105 acres (0.42 km2). His property was known as Surry Hills Farm, after the Surrey Hills in Surrey, England. Foveaux Street is named in his honour.

The Devonshire Street cemetery, where many of the early settlers were buried, was later moved to build the Sydney railway terminus. Central railway station was opened on the 4th August 1906. Terrace houses and workers’ cottages were built in Surry Hills from the 1850s. It became a working class suburb, predominately inhabited by Irish immigrants. The suburb developed a reputation for crime and vices. The famous Sydney underworld figure Kate Leigh (1881–1964), lived in Surry Hills for more than 80 years.

From the 1980s, the area was gentrified, with many of the area’s older houses and building restored and many new upper middle-class residents enjoying the benefits of inner-city living.