Penarie, New South Wales
New South Wales
|Location||32 km (20 mi) from Balranald|
Penarie is a small settlement about 32 kilometres north of Balranald, in the Riverina district of New South Wales, Australia. It is part of Balranald Shire. Penarie is situated at a junction on the road between Balranald and Ivanhoe, where a branch road leads to Oxley. Penarie was formerly known as Homebush.
Penarie is on the traditional lands of the Muthi Muthi Aboriginal tribe.
On 26 July 1877 Michael Dowdican made a conditional purchase of land at the Balranald-Ivanhoe-Oxley road junction and built the Homebush Hotel, which commenced operating in 1878.
Michael Dowdican held the license of the Homebush Hotel until 1896. From 1897 until at least 1900 the publican was William H. S. Wilkinson.
- ‘Outer Localities’, Balranald Shire Council web-site (accessed 5 January 2007).
- Lists of Hotel Licenses, NSW Government Gazettes.
- ‘Mrs. Catherine Prendergast’ (obituary), Riverine Grazier, 1 October 1937, p. 1.
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