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Oatlands is a Sydney suburb in the Australian state of New South Wales. It is located in the local government region of the City of Parramatta, 23 kilometres northwest of Sydney’s central business district. Oatlands is considered a part of the Hills District.
From Kissing Point Road and Vineyard Creek in the southeast to Pennant Hills Road and the North Rocks neighbourhood in the northwest, the suburb stretches.
Oatlands House, one of the earliest buildings built in the Parramatta district by Percy Simpson in the 1830s, was given the name. Although this cannot be proven, it has been hypothesised that the name refers to the first oat planting in Australia. Rather, the name appears to be derived from Oatlands Park in England, which was close to the property of Lord Dundas, after whom the surrounding suburb was named. In 1840, James Bettington purchased the farm and began raising sheep on it. Oatlands House is currently a party venue, and the Oatlands Golf Course, which opened in 1931, is nearby. Oatlands was designated as a new suburb in 1991. Previously, the location was known as Dundas West.
The Dundas West Post Office opened on July 3, 1967. It was renamed Oatlands in 1993.
In the little shopping area, there is a post office, supermarket, fruit shop, liquor store, chicken shop, hair salon, butcher, real estate, doctor’s office, chemist, and news agency.
Oatlands is home to the Oatlands House, a historic structure on the grounds of the Oatlands Golf Club. The New South Wales Women’s Open is one of the region’s yearly tournaments that attracts media attention and professional golfers. Among the victors are Laura Davies, Lydia Ko, who won this championship as an amateur in 2012 and became the youngest person to win a professional tournament, Caroline Hedwall of Sweden in 2013, and Joanna Klatten of France in 2014. Former touring professional golfer and current media personality Brett Ogle has named The Club one of Australia’s top par 70 courses. In the Sydney area, the Club is well-known.
In addition, Peter Lonard, a touring pro and triple Australian Open and Australian PGA winner, is a cadet programme alumni. He also completed his PGA training there. He worked as a club professional for a few years after recuperating from Ross River Fever.
Another region included in Oatlands is Burnside, where Sir James Burns’ children’s cottages were built in 1911. Even though it is no longer operating as a children’s home, the region is still home to Uniting Care Burnside, a subsidiary of the Uniting Church in Australia. The school, which was built on trust-owned land, is likewise known by that name. The region is mostly made up of new home developments, such as Burnside Gardens Estate.
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