Mulgrave, New South Wales

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Mulgrave is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Mulgrave railway station on the Richmond line is located in Mulgrave, and is 52.59 kilometres from Central railway station, Sydney.

Mulgrave
New South Wales
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View towards Windsor and Blue Mountains, from Mulgrave railway station
Population 281 (2011 census)
Postcode(s) 2756
Location 53.5 km (33 mi) from Sydney CBD
LGA(s) City of Hawkesbury
State electorate(s) Hawkesbury
Federal Division(s) Greenway
Suburbs around Mulgrave:
Windsor Windsor McGraths Hill
South Windsor and Bligh Park Mulgrave Oakville
Windsor Downs Marsden Park Vineyard

Lieutenant Governor Francis Grose called the district near the present Pitt Town on which he settled the first 22 settlers 'Mulgrave Place' in honour of his friend Lord Mulgrave whose patronage he had enjoyed in England.[1][2]

Mulgrave's population is 281 (Census 2011).

View towards Windsor and Blue Mountains, from Mulgrave railway station

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Coordinates: 33°36′54″S 150°49′41″E / 33.615°S 150.828°E / -33.615; 150.828