Place:Warnervale, New South Wales, Australia


Coordinates33.25°S 151.45°E
Located inNew South Wales, Australia

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Warnervale is a rapidly growing town in the Australian state of New South Wales. It lies approximately 95 km north of the Sydney CBD, located west of Tuggerah Lake, a large shallow coastal lake, and just north of Wyong.


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The development of Warnervale was first undertaken by Albert Hamlyn Warner who in 1893 acquired of land in the area. Warner was probably one of the Wyong area's most notable residents and was strongly influenced by his travels in both Japan and the United States, which is today evidenced in road names in surrounding suburbs such as Minnesota, Virginia, Louisiana, Hiawatha and Nikko, as well as his family home which was named 'Hakone' after a park he had seen in Japan. Warnervale was first identified as a growth area in the Sydney Region Outline Plan in 1968.

Over time the area originally known as Warnervale has been gradually subdivided into a number of other suburbs, including Kanwal, Watanobbi, Hamlyn Terrace, Wadalba and Woongarrah. Once composed of large acreages and significant wetlands, the area has rapidly been developed into a series of residential estates, although none of these have yet been built within the suburb of Warnervale's boundaries.

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