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Historical Note:

Sutherland is a suburb in southern Sydney located 26 kilometres south of Sydney’s CBD. It is suggested that the name was taken from able seaman Forby Sutherland, who died on Captain Cook’s Endeavour voyage. Sutherland Point at Kurnell is named after him, but there’s no direct connection of him to the Sutherland Shire district.

Thomas Holt (1811–88) purchased 13,000 acres (53 km²) in the 1860s that stretched from Sutherland to Cronulla. The Sutherland area was originally heavily timbered and timber-cutting became the first industry. Holt initiated many commercial projects including timber cutting, coal mining, sheep farming and oyster farming. He built a forty room mansion called Sutherland House in 1881 at Sylvania, on the bank of Gwawley Bay. The mansion was destroyed by fire in 1918, thought to have been deliberately lit.

The railway line was constructed in the 1880s and development followed. The post office opened on the 1st September 1886 and a school began classes in 1887. In 1906, the shire of Sutherland was proclaimed and the name Sutherland was officially declared.