Haslams Creek

Haslams Creek, a southern tributary of the Parramatta River, is a creek west of Sydney Harbour, located in Sydney, Australia.wikipedia
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Haslams Creek, a southern tributary of the Parramatta River, is a creek west of Sydney Harbour, located in Sydney, Australia.

Homebush Bay

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It flows through Sydney Olympic Park and joins Parramatta River at Homebush Bay.
Several tributaries enter Parramatta River at Homebush Bay: Powells Creek and the smaller |Boundary Creek flow into the bay from the south, while Haslams Creek joins the bay further to the north.

Lidcombe

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Haslams Creek Bridge, listed on the New South Wales Heritage and conservation register, constructed circa 1928, is a single span reinforced concrete bridge located at Lidcombe, crossing Parramatta Road (also called the Great Western Highway).
Samuel Haslam owned various grants beside Haslams Creek from 1804.

Great Western Highway

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Haslams Creek Bridge, listed on the New South Wales Heritage and conservation register, constructed circa 1928, is a single span reinforced concrete bridge located at Lidcombe, crossing Parramatta Road (also called the Great Western Highway).
Between present-day and Dogtrap Road (now Woodville Road), Parramatta Road travelled in a wide arc some 2 km south of the present route, in order to avoid marshy areas around Haslams Creek and the Duck River.

Tributary

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Haslams Creek, a southern tributary of the Parramatta River, is a creek west of Sydney Harbour, located in Sydney, Australia.

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Haslams Creek, a southern tributary of the Parramatta River, is a creek west of Sydney Harbour, located in Sydney, Australia.

Sydney Olympic Park

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It flows through Sydney Olympic Park and joins Parramatta River at Homebush Bay.

Rookwood, New South Wales

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The source of the creek is in the suburb of Rookwood.

A4/M4 (Sydney)

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The Lower Haslams Creek catchment is located between Homebush Bay and the M4 Freeway.

Rookwood Cemetery

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The Upper Haslams Creek catchment covers an area from the M4 Freeway to Rookwood Cemetery and this catchment is highly urbanised.

Sydney Water

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The formalised channel is owned by Sydney Water, while the natural channel is the responsibility of the NSW Roads and Maritime Services.

Newington, New South Wales

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The New South Wales Olympic Coordination Authority commissioned the restoration of two saline wetlands in Homebush Bay; being in the suburb of North Newington and at Haslams Creek.

Parramatta Road

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Haslams Creek Bridge, listed on the New South Wales Heritage and conservation register, constructed circa 1928, is a single span reinforced concrete bridge located at Lidcombe, crossing Parramatta Road (also called the Great Western Highway).

Culvert

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The bridge and its adjacent culvert, still in current use, is historically significant in that its construction enabled the extension of Parramatta Road in a straight line and helped fuel industrial growth in the suburbs of Auburn, Clyde, Granville and Parramatta, and beyond.

Auburn, New South Wales

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The bridge and its adjacent culvert, still in current use, is historically significant in that its construction enabled the extension of Parramatta Road in a straight line and helped fuel industrial growth in the suburbs of Auburn, Clyde, Granville and Parramatta, and beyond.

Clyde, New South Wales

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The bridge and its adjacent culvert, still in current use, is historically significant in that its construction enabled the extension of Parramatta Road in a straight line and helped fuel industrial growth in the suburbs of Auburn, Clyde, Granville and Parramatta, and beyond.

Granville, New South Wales

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The bridge and its adjacent culvert, still in current use, is historically significant in that its construction enabled the extension of Parramatta Road in a straight line and helped fuel industrial growth in the suburbs of Auburn, Clyde, Granville and Parramatta, and beyond.

Parramatta

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The bridge and its adjacent culvert, still in current use, is historically significant in that its construction enabled the extension of Parramatta Road in a straight line and helped fuel industrial growth in the suburbs of Auburn, Clyde, Granville and Parramatta, and beyond.

Sydney

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M4 cycleway

With an extensive network of on-road and shared paths located within Sydney Olympic Park, the cycleways eastern terminus is on Australia Avenue and continues west via the Holker Busway where the shared busway and on-road cycleway cross the Haslams Creek and meet with Hill Road.

Parramatta Light Rail

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The original plans for this branch followed a route similar to that taken by Grand Avenue through Camellia before crossing the Duck River, passing through Newington, crossing Haslams Creek, serving Sydney Olympic Park and terminating at the major transport hub of Strathfield.

Hundred of Sydney

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Its boundaries were the Parramatta River/Sydney Harbour to the north, Botany Bay/Georges River to the south, while the western boundary included part of Haslams Creek (formerly Hacking Creek) and Salt Pan Creek.