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Bondi Junction is a suburb in the eastern part of Sydney. It is situated about six kilometers east of the Central Sydney business district part of Waverley council local government region. The suburb has a population of 9445 people. The Bondi Junction suburb is largely a commercial region with some revolutions since the 20th century. It features major developments in the residential and commercial sector.
The neighboring suburbs include Bondi Beach to its east and also North Bondi and Bondi suburbs. Bondi Junction suburb, just like its neighbors, is popular due to the famous rugby league team, the Roosters of Sydney who are still the Football Rugby League Club winners. The team’s clubhouse is situated in this suburb.
The History of Bondi Junction
The word Bondi originated from Boondi an Aboriginal name meaning water over rocks. The first house which was built in this suburb was done in 1827 by Barnett Levey on the current Waverley Street but it was later demolished. In 1832, Henry Hough was granted a piece of area in Bondi Junction where he built a flour mill. The suburb started growing since then with many developments.
Historically this suburb was divided by borders of Woollahra and Waverley councils. The boundaries in 2002 were realigned to bypass the road from Oxford Street granting the council of Waverley full control of the suburb’s commercial areas.
Local Landmarks in Bondi Junction Suburb
Some of the heritage-listed items and buildings include; Cintra which is situated along Hill Mill road, Charles Terrace along Denison Street, Waverley Library and Clementson Park along Ebley Street among others.